|Caught in a decoration|
|ice skating by the beach|
|Through the tour bus window back in San Diego|
Considered the "birthplace" of California, visitors can witness the living legacy of California's birthplace in Old Town San Diego State Historic Park Its many preserved historic buildings and museums allow you to "go back in time" and visit California's history firsthand.
The Old Town State Historical Park maintains a collection of 19th-century homes and businesses that give visitors a glimpse into colonial life in San Diego.
Seek out the old adobe ranch homes, schoolhouse and graveyard spread among the occupied areas of the neighborhood, Kit Carson was among the first pioneers to raise the American flag here in 1846. There are also numerous rumors of ghost sightings in the area—most persistently at the old Whaley House Museum on San Diego Avenue.
Constructed in 1825, Casa de Estudillo unveils the lifestyle of a prominent San Diego family. Standing as the the most famous of the original adobe buildings in Old Town, it’s furnished with representative items from the 16th to 20th centuries within its 13 rooms.
|Santa was holding court back in the Seaport|