Step back in time with this living history museum, which allows visitors to experience Southern California life during the Victorian Era. Heritage Square is a collection of eight structures, including a railroad station from Century City, a church from Pasadena, and a variety of formerly private residences from across the city—each of which were constructed during the mid-to-late 1800s. All of them were saved from demolition, lifted off their foundations and trucked to this central spot where some have been restored and others are still in process. A real treat is the guided tour led by a well-taught (and sometimes hilarious) staff member dressed in period costume.
Heritage Square Museum
|Venue name:||Heritage Square Museum|
3800 Homer St
|Opening hours:||Noon-5pm Fri-Sun.|
|Price:||$10 Adults, $8 Seniors, $5 Kids (6-12); Parking free.|