2017 Historic Home Tour - Opening the Door to Our Past




Date: Sunday, May 14, 2017
Time: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: The Coronado Museum of History and Art
1100 Orange Ave., Coronado, CA 92118   

Enter the doors of six historic homes built between 1909 and 1936, including homes designed by architects Richard Requa and Cliff May.  

Normally seen only by peek-a-views over stucco garden walls and through bay windows, the doors will be open to our ticket holders Mother’s Day only.  We invite you to bring someone special to walk back in time and explore a bit of Coronado long before the bridge–when jack rabbits ran wild, the Spanish Bight and polo grounds divided the north and south parts of the island, and railroads ran from bay to sea.

Open to the public for just one day.

SPECIAL OFFER! (for new members only)
2 Tour Tickets* and a 1-Year Family Membership 
Only $110 (up to $50 savings)!   

Tickets are $40 before April 30 and $50 after April 30, and can be purchased at coronadohistory.org or purchased on event day.

 

 

 

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