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ClosedNot renovatedGreat panorama of Downtown SD

Amazing whimsical old building with great history; Admire it from the street! K St and 20th also... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2013
bess32355
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Encinitas, California
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I wish we could have gone inside

I failed to do enough research to realize that this attraction has been closed since 2006. The... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2014
Traveller1234321
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Toronto, Canada
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23 Feb 2014
“I wish we could have gone inside”
14 Oct 2013
“ClosedNot renovatedGreat panorama of Downtown SD”
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Built by musician and spiritualist Jesse Shepard, this 1887 Victorian mansion is a museum that features lectures, special events and educational programs.
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1925 K St, San Diego, CA 92102-3828
+1 619-239-2211
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Reviewed 24 February 2014

I failed to do enough research to realize that this attraction has been closed since 2006. The architecture from the outside is extremely interesting and the view of the downtown from the street in front of the building is very impressive. I would have ranked...More

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Reviewed 15 October 2013 via mobile

Amazing whimsical old building with great history; Admire it from the street! K St and 20th also offers a panorama of Downtown with the new library dome

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Reviewed 14 June 2005

Okay, okay, so it's not in the absolute best part of town. And it's rumored to be haunted. But if you can handle a fairly benign neighborhood of Victorian fixer-uppers and a ghost story or two, you'll be glad you came. It is worth the...More

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