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Historic Victorian Style Building in El Pueblo de Los Angeles

Located on Olvera Street, the Sepulveda House was built in 1887. It takes only a few minutes to... read more

Reviewed August 22, 2017
Joan H
San Bernardino, California
Another great free exhibit

While not as historic as the Avila, the home is a great historic structure and shows the life of... read more

Reviewed July 29, 2016
Grover R
Pensacola, Florida
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22 Aug 2017
“Historic Victorian Style Building in El Pueblo de Los Angeles”
29 Jul 2016
“Another great free exhibit”
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12 Olvera St, El Pueblo de Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90012-2921
+1 213-624-7300
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Reviewed August 22, 2017

Located on Olvera Street, the Sepulveda House was built in 1887. It takes only a few minutes to check out the displays of what life was like before the 20th Century in this historic district of Los Angeles. Free admission makes it worth a few...More

1  Thank Joan H
Reviewed July 29, 2016

While not as historic as the Avila, the home is a great historic structure and shows the life of early LA residents around the turn of the 20th century. It is the back half of the house. The front half is the museum part of...More

1  Thank Grover R
Reviewed December 5, 2015

The Sepulveda House is a preserved vestige of the Spanish Colonial era in the Ciuidad de Los Angeles history. Nice two story dwelling with articles typical to the families of the era. Kitchen implements and furnishings are quite interesting. Easy to visit when on historic...More

2  Thank David B L
Reviewed October 27, 2015

The Admission: FREE. One of the historic sites on Olvera Street. The Museum: Very Very Very small museum. Took about less than 5 minutes to see all the display. If you are shopping or dining on Olvera Street, pop in and check it out. FREE...More

Thank ILoveFoodComa
Reviewed May 14, 2015 via mobile

Most of the house is closed at the moment but you can enter the building and there is a FREE EXHIBITION on the ground floor featuring featuring Senora Sepulveda's Kitchen including an interactive board feature for children. Certainly worth a few minutes yo stop by.

Thank Albywon
Reviewed April 10, 2015 via mobile

Was here while visting olivera street very nice and peaceful great place. To take photos too good place to eat and visit surrounding the area

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