View 7 Historic Coronado Homes
Our block of Adella Avenue in Coronado features some of the most historic homes on the island. This is your once-a-year opportunity to peek inside Coronado’s history.
Sponsored by the Coronado Historic Association, the homes are open for a self-guided tour from 11AM-4PM. One of the homes was designed by William Hebbard, a 1906 Lodge architect.
The 1906 Lodge takes its name from the year it was built – 1906.
It was originally a boarding house for workers in the new city. The Hotel del Coronado was built in 1888 and immediately became a nationally renown resort. Numerous boarding houses sprung up in Coronado to provide housing for the new community. The 1906 Lodge is the last such building in use. It earned historic designation in 2005.
Stay at the 1906 Lodge that weekend and you’ll literally walk out our front door and start the tour.
Tickets must be purchased in advance for this Coronado tour.