Monterey State Historic Park

Local nameMonterey State Historic Park
LocationMonterey, California, USA

Monterey State Historic Park is a historic state park in Monterey, California. It includes part or all of the Monterey Old Town Historic District, a historic district that includes 17 contributing buildings and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1970. The grounds include California's first theatre, and the Monterey Customs House, where the American flag was first raised over California.

The park is a group of restored historic buildings: the Custom House, the Cooper-Molera Adobe Complex, the Larkin House, California's First Brick House, Colton Hall, Old Whaling Company, the Stevenson House, the First Theater, the Pacific House Museum, the Interpretive House, Casa del Oro, and Casa Soberanes. These houses display the cultural diversity that guided California's transition from a remote Spanish outpost in Las Californias province, to an agricultural Mexican Alta California territory, to U.S. statehood.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monterey_State_Historic_Park

Official website http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=575

Phone +1 831 649 7118

Address 20 Custom House Plaza, Monterey, CA 93940, USA

Coordinates 36°36'13.266" N -121°53'42.162" E

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