3525 Seventh Avenue
San Diego 92103
Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the Marston House is a fine example of American Craftsman-style architecture built in 1905, is surrounded by five acres of landscaped grounds blending an Old English romantic flavor and its early California influence. This house was built for George Marston, a prominent civic leader and businessman by architects Wm. Hebbard and Irving Gill. The interior showcases the simplicity and functionality of its style. Come get a little California history. Admission for Adults:$5, and for Children (6-17): $2, cash only.