Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation, San Diego
About Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation, San Diego
Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation, San Diego - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 410 Island Ave, San Diego, CA 92101, United States
Ticket Price: 10 USD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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This 1850 Victorian house is the oldest in the Gaslamp Quarter. Get a brochure and take yourself through a self- guided tour of the rooms, each of which has been modelled to represent a different era of the district. For example, there is a pre-Civil War military officers’ barracks and a hospital. The docent guided tour is recommend for in-depth understanding of the house. Even though it is small there are lots of details to note.
Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation Information
- Free parking at Horton Plaza.
Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation Ticket Prices
- Seniors 65+: $8
- Students: $5
- Under 7: Free
Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation Opening and Closing Hours
- Tuesday – Saturday: 10:00am - 4:30pm
- Sunday: 12pm to 3:30 pm
How To reach Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation by Public Transport
- By Bus 3 stop 5th Av & G St.
- By Bus 11 stop 1st Av & G St.
- Green line stop Convention Center Station.
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It will start out with the positive, it was great to see some the historic places on the walking tour, the guide gave good historic facts about the surroundings. As a medium and a paranormal investigator I was in awe of the fake gestures and lies told to make this seem better than the boring waste it was. The guide actually had everyone download a "ghost app" on their phones so they could see the ghosts around them, when the app would shout out a random name the guide would say, oh ya they visit often. Seriously!!! I saw two spirits while on the tour, one inside the museum the the guide (a self proclaimed paranormal investigator and experienced ghost communicator) never acknowledged at all, and the other in one of the other buildings we were observing. When asked why the group didn't get any responses while they were using the investigation equipment and only when she did, she said, "They know me" they won't always communicate with strangers and "They must be tired, they just aren't active tonight." I was so disappointed! I was hoping my friend that was with me could experience something paranormal. Don't waste your money!!!! They were late starting and people actually left the group because of the B.S.
It's a beautiful house with a thick histi believe in ghost and had goosebumps while walking across the bathroom and hospital room, the 🎹 was creepy, too. Scary, but you need to visit once!
Indifferent staff that was doing cleaning and vacuuming during the tour.
Explore your history about the history of this house. They say things get active in this house also. The look & feel of it is like you're back in that time. Go check it out if you like spirits & history.
Just one house but the kids loved it!!
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