The Best Landmarks in Fullerton

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Fullerton, California. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


1201 W. Malvern Ave, Fullerton, CA 92833

Since 1924

Cultural Center, House, Landmark, Historic Preservation, Architecture Buildings, Classes, Youth Classes, Adult Classes, Summer Camps, Muck Steam, Gallery, Events, Site Rentals, Weddings Events, Film and Screen, The Gift Shop, Donations, Upcoming Event, Motor Car Festival, Jazz Festival, Produce Your Own Event, Virtual Visit & Outreach Programs

They produces more than 60 performances - More than 6,000 hours of arts education classes at the Muck and in 42 outreach sites serving more than 41,000 people every year

Wed - Sun : 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm Mon & Tue : Closed

What a fantastic venue space!! We hosted our annual awards dinner and Gala at The Muck and it turned out to be one of the best years the event has ever had. Everyone loved this hidden gem and couldn't believe they had never been there. The grounds are beautiful, well kept and the inside is just as charming with changing art shows & exhibits. For our event we choose to do our cocktail hour inside, move to the amphitheater for our new board announcements.

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1731 Bradford Ave, Fullerton, CA 92831

Since 1909

Landmark, Historic Preservation, Architecture Buildings, Historical Building, Collections, Exhibitions, Events, Historical Places, House, Rosewood Paneling, Ceiling Beams, Cabinetwork, Gardens, Mature Plantings, Special Garden Areas, A Sunken Court, Landscaped Homes, Guided Tours, Weddings, Private Occasions, Gift Shop & Field Trips

4,000 square feet Pierotti House is the finest example of Neo-Classical residential architecture in the Fullerton area - A portion of the gardens and orchard that were part of the original 40-acre ranch still surrounds the structure

It designed by Charles Shattuck of Los Angeles, the redwood-sided house features a diversity of architectural elements. Prominent among these are two pairs of fluted Ionic columns made from redwood, which support a richly detailed pedimented portico. The front balcony extends to the north to form the top of the porte-cochere. Palladian-style fans accent some of the windows, and the variety of bays and window arrangements contributes to the appearance of intricate detailing.

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110 E Wilshire Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832

Since 1923

Landmark, Historic Preservation, Architecture Buildings, Built Works, Commercial Buildings, Office Buildings, Historical Building, Collections, Exhibitions, Summer Camps, Guided Tours, Weddings, Private Occasions, Gift Shop, Stores, Field Trips, Events, Wedding Ceremonies, Receptions & Meetings Events

Designed by architect Eugene Durfee in a style reminiscent of the Chicago School of Architecture, and built with the best materials available the building remains the cornerstone of historic downtown Fullerton

This 1923 historic gem has some of the most beautiful polished floors I have seen. Designed by Architect Durfee. Originally owned by the first Mayor of Fullerton Charles C. Chapman. Notice floral cornice along the top of the five-story structure and the thick glass blocks in the sidewalk allowing sunlight to filter into basement. The Chapman building was renovated in 1983 for 3 million and a new entrance was put in place. Upper floors have legal offices. Must see to fully appreciate.

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