Open up a window to San Diego's past as you embark on this walking tour of the Gaslamp Quarter.
You'll learn the history of the William Heath Davis house built in 1850 and now known as the most haunted house of the Gaslamp district. You'll also visit architecturally significant structures of the period -- Old City Hall (1874), the Keating Building (1890), and the Louis Bank of Commerce (1888).
Listen to fascinating stories of the people and the characters that shaped the destiny of San Diego, from William Heath Davis himself, to Alonzo Horton, who finished the building of "New Town."
Discover a new appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of this city!
What to expect
- Develop a new appreciation for San Diego's rich cultural heritage as you walk through the Gaslamp
- Learn about the owners and builders of the buildings comprising the Gaslamp Quarter
- Take pictures of incredible architecture, from Old City Hall to the Louis Bank of Commerce
- Discover new parts of the Gaslamp Quarter you have not seen before
About this Activity
|Price||$20.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||90 min|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.