Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation31 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 410 Island Ave, San Diego, CA 92101, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6192334692
- Ticket Price: 10 USD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site
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 Travel Tips
- Free parking at Horton Plaza.
Entrance Ticket Details For Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation
- Seniors 65+: $8
- Students: $5
- Under 7: Free
Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation Hours
- Tuesday – Saturday: 10:00am - 4:30pm
- Sunday: 12pm to 3:30 pm
How to Reach Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation
- 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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0.37% of people who visit San Diego include Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation in their plan
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60% of people start their Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation
Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation Reviews & Ratings
This visit was lovely, I spent a day in San Diego and didn't have the time or energy to run around which made this perfect. It is a quick visit that you can make if you just want a peek of history but also a place that you can take your time and explore little by little being marvelled by the historic details and gathered artefacts. Also the staff is super kind and friendly, made the environment the most agreable and even kept my huge bag safe while i visited to make the visit more comfortable.
A waste of time and money and an unpleasant experience to boot. All the rooms are roped off, plenty of folks skipped admission which was in a crammed office off to the left, and there were literally a dozen homeless people ornamenting the lawn, not even speaking to one another. You could tell they just lived there because it smelled like their bathroom.
Nice heritage home well preserved. Interesting displays and collections. A nice chill place to visit as part of a walk through downtown.
Did a haunted tour here at night and it was spooky
Great place to get to a bit of San Diego's history