It took 30 years, but this center of living history finally got a makeover and is ready to re-open to the public.
Nestled in a residential corner of Long Beach sits Rancho Los Alamitos. The ranch is one of the many integral pieces in Southern California’s cultural, social and economic history. It has earned two listings on the National Register of Historic Places as the origin of the Tongva community and for its adobe core ranch house.
After a complete renovation–a process known as the Master Plan that actually began nearly three decades ago–the City of Long Beach proudly announces the grand opening celebration on Sunday, June 10. The event will feature members of the civic community, Long Beach Polytechnic High School Aurora Quartet and Rancho Riders as they pronounce Rancho Los Alamitos as a “Place for All Time”.
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