Downtown Santa Ana Historic District

Local nameDowntown Santa Ana Historic District
LocationSanta Ana, USA

The Downtown Santa Ana Historic Districts is a combination of local historic districts that have been listed as one entry in the National Register of Historic Places since 1984. It is a 24.5-acre area. Also known as the Historic Downtown District in Santa Ana, it is roughly bounded by Ross to French streets and First to Civic Center streets. The district is characterized by a number of buildings in the Art Deco style as well as two old movie houses. Orange County's first Courthouse, now a museum, is also located on Civic Center and Broadway streets. The Dr. Willella Howe-Waffle House and Medical Museum is also in this area and it is now home to the Santa Ana Historical Preservation Society. The County's first theater, Walker's Theater, was built in 1909 on Main & Second streets adjacent to the old City Hall. Today, the Main Street Studio Lofts now stand where the county's first movie house used to be.

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Address 500 N Sycamore St, Santa Ana 92701, United States

Coordinates 33°44'56.063" N -117°52'7.202" E

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