Dallidet Adobe and Gardens

Dallidet Adobe and Gardens

696 Monterey St.
San Luis Obispo, California 93401
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Tucked away in a quiet corner of San Luis Obispo is the Dallidet Adobe & Gardens. The intricate history and alluring gardens of this California Historical Landmark reflect the county’s traditions of family, agriculture and community. 

Efforts to preserve the adobe make this living history a local source of pride. Designated California Historical Landmark #720, the 1850’s adobe was home to Pierre Hypolite Dallidet, his wife Maria Ascension Salazar and their seven children. Pierre was the first commercial vintner in the area.

Currently, the Dallidet Adobe & Gardens, owned and operated by the History Center of SLO County, is open to the public for educational tours, events, and weddings.

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San Luis Obispo, home to California Polytechnic State University, is a quintessential college town nestled in a sea of hills just 10 miles from the Pacific coast. It has just about everything going for it so far as DogTrekkers are concerned, from dog-friendly hotels and restaurants to dog parks and historic sites including a Spanish mission dating to 1772 and an 1850s adobe home whose alluring gardens are open to canine visitors with people on the other end of the leash. Even SLOMA, the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, is happy to host leashed dogs and their owners during regular business hours.  more »
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Hounds in search of culture and history will be right at home in the city of San Luis Obispo. The hub of the county, SLO town’s beginnings trace back to 1772, when Father Junípero Serra built Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, the fifth in the historical chain of 21 missions that create the El Camino Real.  more »
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