Sepulveda House

Sepulveda House

Come and visit the beautiful Sepulveda House, built in 1887.

This Eastlake Victorian House was built by Eloisa Martinez de Sepulveda. A woman of some property, she owned cattle, horses, and land, and she registered her own cattle brand in 1856.

The house originally had twenty two rooms, including two large stores fronting Main Street. Today, it is a house museum accessible from Olvera Street and it also houses the America Tropical Interpretive Center.

Open Tuesday through Sunday, 10 am to 3 pm. Free admission.