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Located by a large pond on the grounds of the Los Angeles Arboretum, these historic structures provide a glimpse into simpler times. They are not everyone's cup of tea, however. I took my 20-something Australian cousin since his family origins are from here, and he...More
The house is only open at certain times, however, you can look in the windows & admire the gorgeous furniture daily. They also have patio furniture in strategic spots on the veranda, so you can sit and enjoy the gardens.
Wow, what a beautiful place. This 1870s home, barn, and former homestead is in the middle of sprawling LA County Arboretum & Botanic Gardens. It's a beautiful place to visit. The home has been furnished with period furniture and holiday decorations and there are set...More
This was our first visit at the L.A. County Arboretum. We were especially interested in seeing the Queen Anne Cottage & Barn - which were gems BUT you can't go into the cottage. As we understand, it's only open twice a year. You can look...More
When you travel around L.A and see that most people live about 10 feet from their neighbor's house, this wonderful place reminds you that it wasn't always like it is noe. Granted, the cottage and carriage barn have been moved, but they always had lots...More
I LOVE the arboretum!!! There is so much to see. I have been a member for the past four years. It is worth the cost. It is close by, so sometimes I go for a quick walk, In the past, you could have mini picnic...More
I also wrote how great the Los Angeles County Arboretum was to visit. This is just one of the great things inside the arboretum. The Queen Anne Cottage was built by Lucky Baldwin ( one of the three great railroad barons of the west) to...More