Walks down to 4th Avenue and Island Avenue will end at a Gaslamp Museum house, and pocket park, no longer put into second rate condition by time. The house built in 1850 and moved to its downtown location in 1984 will have the floor and carpet walkways restored.
The thirty year old flooring in the gallery and in the foundation's offices will get replaced. Walkers who take the stairs up to the gallery will step on new carpet.
Size will less often become a hitch in setting up foundation exhibits and community exhibits. Walls measuring 4 feet by 7 feet will add to the space for exhibitions. The showings at the house in the past have brought to life the various cultural communities in San Diego that have made the city's surroundings the enjoyable scene they are. Outdoors, new lights will make the place look more lively.
Native plant landscaping workers put in will add to the classic character.
There is not one too many visitors to the museum that takes in 10,000 people a year that take tours, and learn ideas at events and lectures. The labor of love beautifying the museum and park was designed to attract more visitors to the San Diego landmark.
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