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Rancho Los Alamitos takes its name from an 1834 Mexican partition of the 1784 Rancho Los Nietos, a Spanish concession, covering an area in present-day California's southwestern Los Angeles County and northwestern Orange County. Los Alamitos means the Little Cottonwoods or Poplars in Spanish, after the native Fremont Cottonwood trees there.
|Wednesday||1:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||1:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||1:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||1:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||1:00 – 5:00 PM|
Docents were friendly and knowledgeable. Lovely tour and very well keep facilities.
Loved the tour! The grounds are stunning. I mean absolutely beautiful. The tour is very informative. I will definitely be going back.
Very interesting place I wish I would have had more time to really visit it thoroughly
I love the Rancho! It is a great place to visit. I love its history and the beautiful grounds.
Peaceful!! I spend about an hour there with my 3 kiddos and nephews. Great place for a small walk to relax, fresh air, beautiful scenery. There are chairs to sit around and relax. Definitely worth seeing.
Where can you find original barns built in the 1930's bamboo trees, horses, and chickens roaming around in Long Beach? Here at El Rancho Los Alamitos. Nested within a residential area adjacent to California State Long Beach. Admission and parking is free, but tours need to be booked in order to attend. It's a great place to bring the little ones and introduce them to live animals in a more intimate setting or set up a tour and luncheon with your friends. Roam around the multiple gardens and learn some history about early California It's open to the public and multiple structures have been restored. Highly recommend Rancho Los Alamitos!
Beautiful place, lots of history. Very friendly and knowledgeable employees. Definitely will visit again.
Beautiful gardens, major historical & cultural significance for the local indigenous Tongva. This (and surrounding area) is/was the site of a significant trading center and point of emergence center, Puvuunga.
Would give it a zero if I could. Website says it is open from 1 to 5 on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. WRONG!! They are closed until February due to construction. Drove 100 miles to find this out.
Beautiful and historic. The docents are knowledgeable and helpful.
nice place to step back in time as you stroll the paths through the gardens, barns and shop. love to walk here
Most locals have no idea this place exists. It's free entrance but they accept donations. Beautiful setting, great place to take younger kids. Pleasant walk for adults.
Beautiful place. Historic. Guides available for answering questions. Very nice gift shop...