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Santa Cruz County, California Points of Interest

Map of California State Historical Marker Locations in Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz County Historical Markers

Santa Cruz County Churches
Site of Mission Santa Cruz
Mision la Exaltación de la Santa Cruz, the 12th Franciscan Mission, was consecrated by Father Fermín Lasuén in August 1791. In 1793 the ... [click for more]

Santa Cruz County Historic Homes & Houses
Rancho San Andrés Castro Adobe
The Castro Adobe is an outstanding example of Monterey Colonial architectural styling. The adobe functioned as a regional social center due to the imp... [click for more]

Santa Cruz County - General Interest
Big Basin Redwoods State Park
A group of conservationists led by Andrew P. Hill camped at the base of Slippery Rock on May 15, 1900 and formed the Sempervirens Club to preserve the... [click for more]

Felton Covered Bridge
Built in 1892-93 and believed to be the tallest covered bridge in the country, it stood as the only entry to Felton for 45 years. In 1937 it was retir... [click for more]

This historic town was founded by Charles C. Martin, who came around the Horn in 1847, and his wife, Hannah Carver Martin, who crossed the Isthmus. Ma... [click for more]

Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
A local landmark since 1907, this boardwalk was one of the first amusement parks in California. It is now the only oceanside amusement park operating ... [click for more]

Site Of Center Of Villa De Branciforte
These school grounds were the center of Villa de Branciforte, founded in 1797 by Governor Diego de Borica of California on orders from Spain through V... [click for more]

Superintendent’s Office
This building is Capitola's oldest commercial structure. It served as head quarters for F. A. Hihn's operations from approximately 1883 to 1919, when ... [click for more]

This page last updated: 11/11/2009