Casa de la Guerra

Casa De La Guerra, Santa barbara, CA

Casa de la Guerra

Admission: $5 adults, $4 seniors; free for children 16 and under) — weekends only.
Locals originally called it the “casa grande” (“big house”). The 13-room Casa de la Guerra, completed in 1827, for 30 years was the home of the commandant of the Royal Presidio of Santa Barbara, a Spanish military installation. Now a house museum listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is a significant landmark of the region’s Spanish-Mexican period. Since 1857, when it was badly damaged in an earthquake, it has undergone periodic renovations. It presently is being restored to its mid-19th-Century appearance.

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15 East De la Guerra Street,
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

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