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Historic hidden treasure

Cute gardens. Docents were very friendly and knowledgeable, had a great tour of the Adobe house and... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2018
cnjinc
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San Juan Bautista, California
via mobile
A fascinating look at history

Dallidet Adobe and Gardens offers a real slice of history. There are historical land maps showing... read more

Reviewed 29 June 2018
Leila M
,
Long Beach, California
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Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

Cute gardens. Docents were very friendly and knowledgeable, had a great tour of the Adobe house and tried veggies from the gardens. Plenty of places for a relaxing seat in the shade.

Thank cnjinc
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Reviewed 29 June 2018

Dallidet Adobe and Gardens offers a real slice of history. There are historical land maps showing the original area and how the creek helped form the land divisions. The rooms are authentically preserved. The grounds are delightful to sit in.

Thank Leila M
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Reviewed 19 December 2016

The garden is just excellent. I am sure you will enjoy wandering around.

There is an historic house with all kinds of original furniture, and even the books on the shelves were left there by the last owner. There is a docent who can tell you all about it.

It's on the dead end of a city street, and there is usually enough parking, though you might have to walk for a block.

It really is an undiscovered place for a lot of people, and I'd advise you to stop by.

2  Thank OnParleFrancais
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Reviewed 7 June 2016

This house and gardens are so beautifully preserved and the rooms and furnishings so accessible that they bring the Dallidet Family to life. The adobe and lovely gardens are hidden in a corner of town and are a delightful surprise to visitors and locals alike. We've lived here for many years and just discovered this gem. Don't miss it! Only open 2 days a week. It's free!

2  Thank Renee M
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Reviewed 26 March 2016

Visited here on a beautiful spring morning. Had a nice tour with a wonderful docent who told us all about the adobe's history. Grounds a quite nice. Even a friendly dog was there to greet us.

Thank Donald L
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Reviewed 19 October 2015

This place is right in down town, but it feels like it is totally tucked away from the world. The lovely historical home has a nice garden with some awesome trees and a very nice collection of succulents and other plantings. Most of the interior furnishings in the home are original and it gives a great view into life in the area through the years. Our guide was friendly and obviously loved the location. We even purchased a bunch of heritage seeds to take home to our own garden. A great place for weddings and other outdoor events.

Thank ontheroadknow
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Reviewed 29 September 2015

Great for a weekend stroll with friends and family. Near Higuera street, restaurants, shops and many other attractions.

Thank Marcio d
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Reviewed 14 June 2015

Not terribly large and only open on Fridays and Sundays, this is a beautiful garden and small original Adobe house. Friendly and informative docents. They had noon talk in the garden the day I visited about drought-tolerant plants.

3  Thank PCUTraveler
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Reviewed 11 December 2014

Looks like it was a beautiful place to visit. I checked the website in November and did not notice that it was closed in December. Nice walk over to see it through the gate.

3  Thank Gary A
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Reviewed 13 November 2014

We had a private tour of the adobe and gardens led by staff from the historical society. Very interesting history of a middle class family from the mid 1800s to early 1900s who occupied this building in the center of town. Well worth the $10 and very enjoyable.

1  Thank Eric S
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