- A kind of preserve for Los Angeles' endangered buildings (focusing primarily on the Victorian era), the chronology of homes and history that is found in this outdoor museum spans from 1865 to 1914. Since then, four major structures have been moved to the site, including the Hale House, the Octagon House, the Knudsen House and the Lincoln Avenue Methodist Church. There is no admission fee on Friday, but no tours inside the homes are given.
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