The Heritage Square Museum is a kind of preserve for Los Angeles ' endangered buildings, the chronology of homes and ... More
Heritage Square Museum
The Heritage Square Museum is a kind of preserve for Los Angeles ' endangered buildings, the chronology of homes and history that is found in this outdoor museum spans from 1865 to 1914. Since then, four major structures have been moved to the site, including the Hale House, the Octagon House, the Knudsen House and the Lincoln Avenue Methodist Church. Call ahead or check the website for visiting hours.
We anticipated the fun of the event we attended 4 years ago. It was funny moving, well crafted performance.
Yesterday show was horrible with wooden actors and dull scenarios. Especially gross was the Shaw House event which reminded me of my school years with a teacher reading!!!! a poem in a book and the class obediently singing afterwards. It was a forced effort with our wasted time and money. Lydiya
One of a kind historic place to visit. Started back in the 60's by a group of volunteers, they got together and formed a foundation and bought, moved, and preserved Victorian homes from all over Southern California, and moved them here to this patch of land and restored them. You'll find a few perfectly preserved Victorian homes, and many that are still in different stages of restoration. Guided tours inside and out of the different Victorian homes, with the tour guides dressed in turn of the century clothing, and a very charming, tree lined setting and unique place to see Victorian era homes all in one place. An excellent experience for individuals, groups, and families, and very affordable. There is also a giftshop within one of the smaller, preserved homes. The property is also tucked in a historic part of Los Angeles, in Highland Park.
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