410 Island Ave
San Diego, California 92101

The William Heath Davis Historic House Museum is the district's oldest surviving structure, a saltbox style home shipped around Cape Horn and assembled in San Diego in 1850. The museum has been home to many fascinating people, including pre-civil war soldiers, a German Spy and Alonzo Horton, founder of San Diego. Each room represents a historic period of the home and is filled with fascinating and amusing stories about the former inhabitants.

Added by Upcoming Robot on August 24, 2008