Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum

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About Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum, Compton

The Dominguez Rancho Adobe is California Historical Landmark Number 152, and in 1976 was placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior. The adobe of Manuel Dominguez, on the Mexican land grant of Rancho San Pedro, was completed in 1826. The home features 2-foot-thick (0.61 m) walls, heavy timbers and a flat, tarred roof. Much of the furniture is original to the Dominguez family. The Friends of Rancho San Pedro operate the adobe ranch home as the Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum. The Friends provide guided tours of the house, as well as host many educational programs about ranch life and early California history. The museum's address is 18127 South Alameda Street, Rancho Dominguez, California.

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  • A beautiful story, incredible history and a true sense of wonder for the history of and a $0.02 of wonder for the history of the area from Rosecrans to Compton

  • This is truly a hidden gem! First of all this place is beautiful. The museum is the first Spanish land grant in the state of California. The house itself is almost 200 years old! This place has the history of the south bay and the Dominguez family. Given that it is a non-profit (FREE) museum, I encourage you all to visit!

  • Great history. Low admission. Convenient to get to and park.

  • Tou may find inner peace..

  • Absolutely, hands-down, without a shadow of a doubt(!) a must-go and see historical site. The wealth of history is amazing, the site is well kept and easily accessible. Don't let the location fool you...this is a must visit if you want to understand Los Angeles.

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