The Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering the cultural, historical, and architectural heritage of the Gaslamp Quarter. Through exhibits, tours, festivals, and educational programs the Foundation opens a window to the past by depicting the historical developments of downtown San Diego.
The Visitor Services Associate is responsible for operations of the gift shop and admissions, Member outreach, and social media for the Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House. This position requires a high level of skill, competency and the ability to work in a varied environment.
Built by San Diego pioneer Thomas Whaley, this 1857 Greek Revival building served as the Whaley family home, San Diego's first commercial theater, an early County Courthouse, and a general store, and has been called "America's Most Haunted House."
With its multilayered history, the adobe ranch house tells the story of the immigrant trail, the overland stage, and the prominent ranching history of the area.
Through education, advocacy, and stewardship SOHO's mission is to preserve, promote and support preservation of the architectural, cultural and historical links and landmarks that contribute to the community identity, depth and character of our region.
SOHO operates six historic sites and museums.
A 19th century-style mercantile geared toward 21st century consumers, as well as an antiques and architectural salvage store in what was originally the feed store section, it is now The Feed Store - Antiques & Such.
The Marston House Museum is one of San Diego's finest examples of the Arts and Crafts movement and was constructed in 1905 for George W. Marston and his wife, Anna Gunn Marston.