A prime example of early Mexican architecture, this stucco dwelling, Casa de Estudillo was originally built as the home of ... More
Casa de Estudillo
A prime example of early Mexican architecture, this stucco dwelling, Casa de Estudillo was originally built as the home of Mexican Army Officer Jose Maria Estudillo. Abandoned in the 18th century, historians of San Diego restored the house in 1910. Located in Old Town near many other historic sites to see in this area where San Diego first began. There is no admission fee, so it makes a great place to take the children to learn about the city's history. Admission is free.
Located in San Diego's Old Town State Historic Park, this museum hosts antiques once owned by Albert Seeley who ran
a stagecoach service between San Diego and Los Angeles. The museum holds antiques such as covered wagons, stagecoaches, carriages, ...
The Heritage Inn Sea World San Diego hotel is centrally located in the Sea World Sports Arena area and four
miles from San Diego Airport. The hotel is just minutes away from some of San Diegos best attractions including ...
San Diego Seal Tours offers tourists a chance to see San Diego from land and sea. San Diego Seal Tours
take place in hydra terra vehicles approved by the coast guard and begin at Seaport Village. An experienced tour ...