Whaley House Museum - San Diego
A classic example of Greek Revival architecture, the Whaley House is one of southern California’s most popular visitor destinations. Built by San Diego pioneer Thomas Whaley in 1856-57, the building served as the family home, San Diego's first commercial theater, County Courthouse, a general store, and the center of social gatherings for the community. The Whaley House has a haunted reputation dating back 150 years when it was built on grounds used for the town gallows and is known internationally as America's Most Haunted. The museum complex also includes such historic buildings that house a cafe, and museum gift store.
Your ticket to The Whaley House includes admission to the nearby Adobe Chapel, open Saturday & Sunday, 12-4pm and by appointment.