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Petersen Automotive Museum

in Wedding, Museum, Museum, Heritage

One unique feature that separates the Petersen Automotive Museum from other automotive museums is the constantly rotating exhibit spaces. To keep The Museum fresh, relevant, and to keep visitors coming back, it was decided from the beginning not to display the entire Museum Collection at once. In the 100,000+ square feet that comprise The Petersen Automotive Museum, only about 150 vehicles are on display at any one time. The other half of the 300+ vehicle collection in on site storage.

6060 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90036
United States

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Casa Romantica

in Historic, Heritage, Botanical Gardens, Benefit, Art

Every community needs a heart, a vital placedelantydelanty to gather, to grow and to celebrate the richness of its culture, history, and people. South Orange County’s historic treasure, Casa Romantica is that place. Perched on a bluff overseeing the historic San Clemente Pier, the magnificent Casa is a living demonstration of California history, culture and ecology – a showplace for the entire region. Casa Romantica is a genuine part of California, not a commercial re-creation.

415 Avenida Granada
San Clemente, California 92672
United States

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Ortega Equestrian Center

in Animal, Heritage, Historic, Horseback Riding

Ortega Equestrian Center is dedicated to you, your family and your horses. Inside stalls come with 3 times feeding and shavings. We clean daily. Outside stalls come with partial shade, 2 times daily feeding and we clean daily.Select number of double (foaling) stalls are avalible. 2 large arenas. Main arena is lighted Ranch sorting pen is permanently installed. This acts as a turn out area when not in use. 2 hot walkers and 2 wash areas. Practice cows on site. Over 50 miles of trail

27252 Calle Arroyo
San Juan Capistrano, California 92675
United States

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Forster Mansion National Historic Landmark

in Heritage, Historic

It was Frank Ambrosio Forster (John Forster's grandson), who built the mansion on the hill in 1909. Train & Williams, a prominent Los Angeles architectural firm, designed the house in the MIssion Revival style. You will notice the stucco walls, mission type arches flanking the exterior walkways, mission style facade, and the original Spanish tile roof. For years the mansion was the social hub of the Capistrano Valley.

27182 Ortega Highway
San Juan Capistrano, California 92675
United States

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