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Very Historic Area

People are correct, no one is around on a Saturday morning and there is minimal or no signage. This... read more

Reviewed 24 January 2018
Redwood City, California
Passably Interesting

This is a group of buildings and a small farm that were the homestead of the founder of the city of... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2012
Los Angeles, California
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  • Terrible22%
24 Jan 2018
“Very Historic Area”
1 Dec 2017
“Local Eval= Not for tourists & generally closed”
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100 Rancho Pismo Drive, Pismo Beach, CA 93449
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Reviewed 24 January 2018

People are correct, no one is around on a Saturday morning and there is minimal or no signage. This is an historic park and house in the middle of a neighborhood and supported by donations from the public and city. It is interesting to see...More

2  Thank 5150rocks
Reviewed 2 December 2017

This is a local landmark that mainly is of interest to certain locals in the area. Price was one of the founding people in the Pismo area & the houses are careful works of restoration that has been going on for years. The grounds are...More

1  Thank Paul M
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Historic buildings in a dry park like setting. You can drive right up to it or walk up via walking trails.

1  Thank Eric M
Reviewed 21 August 2016

No one around and pathways were locked on a Saturday afternoon. No signage to explain anything. Pictures on website are misleading about what you will see on site which was totally uninteresting and uninviting. It has potential. If someday there is explanatory signage, and false...More

1  Thank e2live
Reviewed 7 April 2015 via mobile

Two buildings at the end of a road in an area regulated for new houses. It seems to be closed for good, and the houses were not special.

6  Thank FarAway543253
Reviewed 21 December 2012

Our Group Family Reunion had Lunch at the Park, The View was Beautiful. The Kids had a Great time playing games and after Lunch all the Familys sat around telling stories until SunSet.

5  Thank trkennedy
Reviewed 16 April 2012

This is a group of buildings and a small farm that were the homestead of the founder of the city of Pismo Beach. It's totally out of the way near a new subdivision, and you have to deliberately search for it. Unless they are running...More

7  Thank tooluser
Reviewed 6 December 2011

I would say if you are interested in history or love old homes, you should go. There was an ice cream social that I took my family, the little ones were bored. I love the pictures in the homes that show Pismo's past. You can't...More

7  Thank micanthony76
Reviewed 7 June 2011

It's great to go and visit - if you can go when it's open. They've been working on this site for the past 15 years +, and since I was a kid I'd go out here to spend a little time. It's still not done...More

7  Thank Andrew F
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