Coronado Historical Museum field trip

Field trip to Coronado Historical Museum
The Coronado Historical Association was founded in 1969 to promote the understanding and appreciation of Coronado's unique history, art, architecture, and historical resources.

Coronado was discovered in the early seventeenth century by Sebastian Vizcaino but remained vacant until the early nineteenth century when whalers built hide houses on the land to execute their work. The land changed ownership several times over the following years until 1885 when it was purchased by Elisha S. Babcock, Jr., Hampton L. Story, and Jacob Gruendike, for $110,000. Babcock immediately began work to turn Coronado into a resort beach community.

Private group tours of the Coronado Heritage Tour are available for groups of 10 to 30 people, but requests for a tour must be submitted at least one month in advance. On your 90-minute walking tour through the streets of Coronado, you will visit the Coronado Museum of History & Art, L. Frank Baum's house, and end at the Hotel del Coronado.
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It's Finally Happening!!! My photography in the Coronado Historic Museum