Season 1: San Diego's Historic Places
San Diego's Historic Places is an Emmy-NOMINATED and Award-Winning documentary series hosted by journalist Elsa Sevilla. The series explores and details San Diego history dating back to the 16th Century and focuses on the various people living in the region.
The most popular haunted historic sites in all of San Diego.
We look at historic train depots throughout the county; from downtown to National City.
Historic churches from around the county, from Old Adobe Chapel to Mission Basilica.
A look at some of San Diego's historic and most beloved theaters.
Visit some beautiful Victorian Houses located in San Diego.
Walk into a historic hotel in Downtown San Diego and time stands still.
A look at the wonderful homes in Golden Hill, one of San Diego's historic communities.
National City has the largest number of beautiful Victorian buildings in the county.
Uncover some of San Diego's Haciendas history.
Artifacts & Buildings from the Expo
Administrative Building, Botanical Building and Cabrillo Bridge
Expo Isthmus, Architects, St. James Hotel, Carousel
Overview Balboa Park, 7th Avenue Homes & Park, Spreckles Theater, MCRD, Navy
Marston House & Park, Kate Sessions, Cabrillo Bridge, Grant Hotel, Streetcar
Foreign Arts Building, San Diego History Center Ephemra, Expo Historic Artifacts
Expo Planning, Spreckles Organ Pavilion, Early Park Landscaping, California Building Tower
Early Balboa Park Plans, Early Architect Plans, Museum of Man Design, St. Frances Chapel
Travel the original stagecoach route that brought pioneers to the county.