Join the GQHF for an afternoon of Christmas Cheer Saturday 12/17! The Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House will be open for free from 1-4pm!
Travel back in time to explore 1880s San Diego Your kiddos will go plum crazy as you take a step back in time at the 19th annual Fall Back Festival, a Children’s Historical Street Faire, on Sunday November 6, 2022 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter. The event proceeds […]
Take our newly updated Self-Guided tour: The Davis-Horton House, Haunting Stories! Just in time for Halloween. Visitor and staff encounters with the paranormal abound both day and night; lights are known to turn on after hours, electronics batteries drain faster within its walls, footsteps creak in empty rooms, and rocking chairs are used […]
Stop by the Gaslamp Museum for a unique historically inspired performance! Veteran actors Debbie Watts and Tom Dolan will portray John and Lillie Spreckels and present impromptu monologues centering on the first Coronado Flower Show in 1922. Debbie Watts and Tom Dolan wrote and staged the play ‘The Diaries of John and Lillie Spreckels’ which […]
Did you know that San Diego was once the tuna capital of the world? The Shelter Island neighborhood of San Diego was called Tunaville and it was home to many Portuguese immigrants who helped the neighborhood thrive. Learn about Portuguese culture, their influence in San Diego, and the history of our old tuna industry! A […]