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Heritage Square Museum, a popular tourist attraction, features eight local and nationally listed historic buildings and residences from different areas of Los Angeles. For over 40 years Heritage Square Museum, a non-profit organization, has not only worked on preserving these buildings, but interpreting the history of Los Angeles during it s first 100 years of statehood.Heritage Square believes that the preservation of our shared history is integral to our community. Each of the significant structures on the site has a unique story to tell and a special place in the development of Los Angeles, from a peaceful valley to today’s sprawling metropolis.

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Phone: (323) 225-2725

Fax Number: (323) 225-2725

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Arroyo Seco, East LA, Montecito Heights
Museums, Places Of Interest, Tourist Information & Attractions
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Excellent Trip to the Past

If you have ever wondered what Los Angeles might have been like back when, get on the 110 freeway and head for the Heritage Square Museum. There is a small collection of buildings including Victorian homes, a railroad depot and a church that will take you back to the times when Los Angeles was just starting out.

The docents are very knowledgeable and the special events are fun. On the 3rd weekend of October, they do a thing called ""mourning tours"" in which actors portray the mourning rituals of different cultures in Los Angeles during Victorian times.

In December, there is a Lamplight celebration, which is an enjoyably unique event to attend for the holidays. In 2008, each house involved in the program represented a different time period in Los Angeles history so holiday traditions could be witnessed through a span of some 30 years.

I believe that the museum is only open for tours on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Check the website for exact times and a calendar of special events.

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