Hello everyone! This is a friendly reminder that any of these fun places we may visit, we are a guest at. Please treat both businesses and trails with the utmost respect. We here at Hidden San Diego follow the 'Leave no Trace' mantra, meaning whatever you bring with you comes back with you. If you see trash on a trail, please do your part to help remove it. Remember, we are not picking up trash from another person but instead cleaning up for Mother Nature. Happy adventures!
Phone: (619) 659-8740
Dog-Friendly: Outside, yes Kid-Friendly: Yes
HOURS: Open 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm last weekend of each month
The Alpine Historical Society, located in the mountain community of Alpine, is dedicated to preserving the history of their community. The grounds consist of a Heritage Park for Alpine which includes 3 historic buildings dating back to the late 1800’s
The mission of the Alpine Historical Society is to encourage the community to passionately help to preserve the historically significant features of Alpine. This includes natural resources and parkland as well as various cultural, ethnic, religious and social groups that comprise the Alpine area.
Currently the homes are open the last weekend of every month from 2pm-4pm. Tiny slot but hopefully you can make it in sometime!
We found this spot by chance and unfortunately it wasn’t open when we came. There are two historical homes that you can view when it’s open though. Very cute. One day I’m sure we’ll return but in the meantime all you get are some photos from the outside!
Alpine History day is June 4th. You won’t want to miss this one.
May 8, 2016
FAZERUG IS BEAST
FAZE WILL KNOW ME I AM MIKE OLSON
February 7, 2017
It’s a great little museum telling the story of Alpine, CA from 1850 to present day. Dr. Sophronia Nichols house, built in 1896, was home to Alpine’s first doctor. She held license #26 in the State of California. The Adam & Caroline Beaty house was built in 1899 by one of Alpine’s earliest settlers. A showpiece of the collection is the restored Doctor’s buggy made by Larkin & Sons in San Francisco in 1906.
December 24, 2018