"A Walk Around Heritage Park Row" Old Town San Diego Things to Do Tip by lmkluque
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Under the auspices of the county government of San Diego and in the spirit of preserving San Diego's history, Heritage Park was created to give safe harbor to some of San Diego's oldest and most distinguished buildings that were in danger of being demolished.
This is the Sherman-Gilbert house (1887) which serves as the County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation. So, feel free to stop in and get all the information you need for exploring our County Parks, including this one. The bench surrounding a wonderful shade tree is a good place to sit and enjoy the beautiful architecture. Also this is a favorite place for artist and students learning about the designs of old Victorian homes.
At present there about seven buildings here, Victorian, Italianate, Stick-Eastlake, Queen Anne and Classic Revival styles can be seen and there is room for more to be added as the situation presents itself.
Each of these buildings serve a practical function, such as an office for the Parks & Recreation, shops, a tea house and a B&B. The Temple Beth Israel is a wonderful venue for weddings and other special events.
Address: 2454 Heritage Park Row, Old Town SD.
Phone: (619) 819-6009
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