2454 Heritage Park Row
Old Town San Diego, CA 92110
This County park is adjacent to Old Town. The park features several restored Victorian homes and San Diego's first synagogue, Temple Beth Israel, which were all moved to the site from their original locations. The temple now hosts weddings, receptions and bar mitzvahs.
UPDATE: As of March, the County of San Diego has resumed the operation and maintenance of the Victorian-era buildings and grounds at Heritage Park in Old Town San Diego. The park office is located in the Senlis Cottage at 2450 Heritage Park Row, 92110. The other buildings at the park are undergoing interior remodeling and will one day house new businesses and lodging.
The Temple Beth Israel and the open lawn remain open to the public and for event reservations. All existing reservations for use of the Temple and park will be honored by the County, and may be confirmed with Sylvia Bugiel, Office Manager, at (858) 966-1308 or Sylvia.Bugiel@sdcounty.ca.gov. General information about the park is available at the Reservations Desk at (858) 565-3600 or www.sdparks.org.
Location Map (Google map; Find park name in the left column)
Directions: From I-5, take the Old Town Avenue exit east to San Diego Avenue. Turn left on San Diego Ave. and go to Harney. Turn right and follow Harney to the park at the corner of Juan and Harney Streets. From I-8, take the Taylor Street exit and go west to Juan Street. Turn left at Juan and follow it to the corner of Juan and Harney Streets.