Tag: San Diego History
Victorian San Diego’s “Palace of the Arts.”
The grand and stately Villa Montezuma. Built for musician, writer, and Spiritualist, Jesse Shepard in 1887, it was coined the “Palace of the Arts,” a place made for art, music, and literature.
Gaslamp’s Oldest and Most Haunted (???) Structure: The Davis-Horton House.
San Diego’s oldest surviving structure, The Davis-Horton House. Is it haunted? Come in and find out!
Music , Food, History, and Fun at the Third Annual Serra Museum Open House
The Serra Museum celebrated it’s 86th Anniversary yesterday! It was a fun, free event on a beautiful sunny Sunday with music, food, history, and fun!