Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House

Gaslamp Quarter Historic District/Site

Fodor’s Expert Review

The oldest wooden house in San Diego houses the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation, the district's curator. Before developer Alonzo Horton came to town, Davis, a prominent San Franciscan, had made an unsuccessful attempt to develop the waterfront area. In 1850 he had this prefab saltbox-style house, built in Maine, shipped around Cape Horn and assembled in San Diego (it originally stood at State and Market streets). Ninety-minute walking tours ($20) of the historic district leave from the house on Thursday at 1 pm (summer only) and Saturday at 11 am (year-round). If you can't time your visit with the tour, a self-guided tour map ($2) is available.

Historic District/Site Tour–Sight

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410 Island Ave.
San Diego, California  92101, USA

619-233–4692

www.gaslampfoundation.org

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $5 self-guided, $10 with audio tour, Closed Mon.

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