The San Dimas Hotel, also known as the Walker House, the Carruthers Home, and the San Dimas Mansion, is a historic structure located in San Dimas, California. It was built by the San Jose Ranch Company in 1887. This historic building has a rich history and has been a significant part of the community for over a century.
The restored Walker House now serves as the home of the San Dimas Historical Society and Museum. It also houses a community art gallery on the second floor and office space for the San Dimas Festival of the Arts. This multi-purpose use of the building makes it a hub of cultural and historical activities in the city.
The San Dimas Historical Society provides guided tours of the Walker House on the third Saturday of each month. Space is limited and reservations are required. This is a great opportunity for visitors to learn more about the history of the building and the city.
Mon - Closed
Tue - By Appointment
Wed - Closed
Thu - By Appointment
Fri - Closed
Sat - By Appointment
Sun - Closed
121 N. San Dimas Avenue, San Dimas
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