March 18, 2011

heritage square museum

Heritage Square is a hidden jewel in LA. We only recently found out about it while driving on the 110 freeway. It houses Victorian buildings that were built in the 1880s and were moved to this site for preservation because they were facing demolition in the late 1960s. It makes a charming venue for vintage-styled weddings!

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We were most intrigued with this last house - it is octagon-shaped and the interior was really interesting. Imagine the amazing light inside (ahhhh- a photographer's dream! Unfortunately, we were not allowed to take photos inside). You can read more about the concept of this design here).

5 comments :

Jacqueline said...

love those charming exteriors! hope you're keeping dry (assuming you're having the same rain storms we're having)!

Tiziana said...

Compliments!your photos are very beautiful!

jonathanfleming said...

Ah, the original dip master at work. Great stuff!

The Cupboard said...

I love the colors and the shapes you photographed... Very pretty!

Howie said...

I almost thought these were taken in the SF Bay Area. Very charming settings