Historical Landmarks

East Brother Light Station Bed and Breakfast
If you are looking for unique things to do and see a must for your bucket list is the East Brother Light Station Bed and Breakfast historical landmark. This magical island offers magnificent views, and wildlife galore as the island hosts it’s own eco system. A perfect place as a retreat, wedding, honeymoon or getaway for reunions and anniversaries. Take a day trip or stay for a while.

The East Brother Light Station is  a relaxing and beautiful place to unwind. In the spring the wildlife ushers in the newborn babies and they are everywhere on the island. In the Fall, it is one of the best places in the world to view meteor showers.

The East Brother Light Station Victorian Dinner, Bed and Breakfast Inn in Richmond, California is more than a bed and breakfast, they provide gourmet meals with menu changes in the Spring, Summer, Winter and Fall.

This charming island lighthouse historical landmark hosts:

Day Trips
Romantic Getaways
Lighthouse History Buffs Day Trips
Unique Wedding Venue
Family Reunions or Anniversary Parties
Business or Social Meetings / Retreats

The East Brother Light Station was built in 1873 as an aid to mariners in the San Pablo/San Francisco Bays. After many years as an automated station, and under threat of destruction and replacement with a light on a pole in the middle of the island, the facility was taken over by a non-profit 501 c3 California Corporation under license from the US Coast Guard.

Visit their web site for more information on reservations, volunteer opportunities, to signup for their free newsletter, and more details on the day trips.

Boat Departure Location 1900 Western Drive
Union Station Los Angeles
When sightseeing in Downtown Los Angeles, a must do is to take a stroll through Union Station.

Looking for things to do in Los Angeles? Take a stroll through and around Union Station in Downtown LA.

Open 24 hours, the historical Los Angeles Union Station is the main railway station in Los Angeles, California and the  major transportation center in Southern California. Built in 1939 this historical and beautiful train station is across from  Olvera Street and surrounded by historical buildings and sights. A few miles away is Chinatown and the Los Angeles Civic center.

A full day of sightseeing in Los Angeles for the entire family. History, shopping, dining can all be found within steps of Union Station.

Plenty of parking and free access to Union station, Olvera street and other great sightseeing opportunities.

(213) 683-6729
800 N Alameda St
Los Angeles
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