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Established around 1865, this was the first public school house in San Diego.
Established around 1865, this was the first public school house in San Diego. The school offers daily tours, and visitors can sit at the desk and examine the books on display.
3966 Mason Street, San Diego, CA, United States
A beautiful historic adobe house that has been lovingly restored to its original appearance
A historically furnished bank office
The original courthouse, which dates back to 1847
A reconstructed stage coach stop with a collection of vintage carriages inside
A historic district which encompasses most of Old Town and many of the area's original Spanish structures from when the settlement was founded in the 18th century
To begin touring, the best place to start is the visitor’s center, which includes a model of what the area looked like in 1872, maps, information about touring, and information about the area’s history
A historic Mission-style church in Old Town dating back to 1919
Established in 1860
Live performances held regularly
A monument to the hundreds of Mormons who fought in the US-Mexican War