"Old Town Historic Park" Top 5 Page for this destination Old Town San Diego Tip by Yaqui
Old Town San Diego, San Diego: 66 reviews and 186 photos
I haven't been here since I was pregnant with my Nicholas. Boy has it changed from then. I couldn't believe how commericalized it got. The buildings use to house just artifacts and such and now it seems they all have some sort of merchandise to purchase. Then again, if it gets people to enter and enjoy the facility and appreciate the significance this site has to San Diegians or for all those who live in California. Old Town is where the history begins for San Diego where little shacks where orginally built by soliders and settlers moved in from 1821-1872. All the buildings are symbols of the historical richness San Diego has to offer. I wish buildings could talk, because I am sure these would be screeming with a world of information.
Admission is FREE
Old Town San Diego State Historic Park Historical Marker No.830
Address: North of Downtown
Directions: South of I-8 exit Taylor St. and East of I-5 exit Old Town Avenue.
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