13th Annual Historic Home Tour “Modern Mud”

13th Annual Historic Home Tour “Modern Mud”


La Mesa History Center presents its 13th Annual Home Tour on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018.


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13th Annual Home Tour: “Modern Mud”

The La Mesa History Center is proud to associate with San Diego Home & Garden Lifestyle Magazine and Modern San Diego to present our 13th Annual Home Tour, “Modern Mud.” Modern Mud highlights Adobe, Classic, and Mid Century gems in La Mesa’s Eastridge and Mt. Nebo neighborhoods.

This year’s tour homes will showcase design, materials, and craftsmanship of notable local architects and their builders including works from James Bernard, Lawrence Weir, Homer Morehouse, and Ed Heacock. Our 13th tour features two unique Mid-Century Modern Adobes, a beautifully restored 1915 Craftsman, as well as Classic and Mid-Century styles.

Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the synergy between nature and architectural design in these fantastic La Mesa homes!


NOTE: La Mesa History Center members get discounted tickets! Patron level members ($100+) receive two complimentary tickets with their membership.

Tickets will be available on the day of the event, and the price will be increased by $5

BUY tickets early as last year’s event sold out!


Parking and Check-In Information


La Mesa City Parking Lot (Where Farmer’s Market used to be held).

NW Corner of Date & Allison in the City Parking Lot



Check-in starts at 8:30 am, first shuttle at 9 am

*To ensure time to view all homes- we recommend check-in prior to 1 pm


More details

NO printed tickets will be issued, please bring photo ID

All attendees MUST take provided shuttles

NO photography of home interiors will be permitted

Due to the nature of the tour, it is NOT ADA compliant. Comfortable shoes are recommended as there is a moderate amount of walking

LMHC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, so your contribution is tax-deductible

Purchase tickets EARLY, last year’s event sold out!

Buy Presale Tickets


We couldn’t do it without you! Thanks to our sponsors:

San Diego Home and Garden Magazine Modern San Diego Home Tour







Can we count on you to help us keep La Mesa history alive?

Contact Steven Christiansen at hometour@lamesahistory.com if you’d like to become a sponsor.