At The River’s Edge And Through The Presidio Grounds
Fee is $15 for SDHC Members | $20 for non members
This walking tour focuses on the Presidio de San Diego, buried underground below the Serra Museum. Learn about the historical significance of this site going back to deep time, how the unique river and marine environment attracted people to the site since time immemorial.
Discover how archaeologists and historians have been able to understand what buildings and structures were there, and reconstruct what they may have looked like. Afterwards, browse around the new exhibition inside the Serra Museum.
Hear from Kumeyaay people today,the people that lived along the river’s edge since time immemorial, as well as the stories of people that came to settle the area, and why the Presidio continues to be a significant site.
Led by SDHC staff or volunteers, this tour is offered monthly at the Serra Museum, and is also available for booking for private parties.
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Please note that Presidio Park and the Serra Museum, as a historic building designed in 1928, do not meet current standards for accessibility. This walking tour will cover multiple elevations, that include uneven surfaces and paths, some sloped or with stairs, and few with handrails. Appropriate footwear is recommended.