San Diego's Heritage Park: A Little Victorian History

Probably everyone in southern California has been to San Diego’s Old Town Historic Park, but maybe not many have been to Heritage Park – right next to Old Town, with its own free parking. It’s a way to see San Diego houses built around 1887 in the Victorian architecture style that was popular during the reign of England’s Queen Victoria in the late 19th century.
Bushyhead House
Christian House
The city preserved six houses including these four by moving them here. Each house has an explanation of who owned it and why its architecture is unique and important. However, you can’t go inside.
McConaughy House
Sherman-Gilbert House