Ventura County's only remaining Monterey-style adobe home from the Rancho era - California Historical Landmark No. 115 that was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 - celebrates Ventura’s Rancho and Latino heritage through weekend tours, seasonal school educational outreach programs and year round special events.
Experience the expansive adobe home and courtyard built between 1847-49 by wealthy Don Raymundo Olivas on his 4,700-acre Rancho San Miguel.
Photo by Schaf Photo
Take a guided tour
Purchase a $2 self-guiding tour booklet at the gift shop
-read about the historical grounds and interior Olivas Adobe house along with a map and photos.