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Chula Vista Heritage Museum

CONGRATULATIONS to Jose Preciado who won the first free 4-ticket family pack to a pre-screening of THE JUNGLE BOOK.

The answer to today’s “Where in the South Bay?” Is the Chula Vista Heritage Museum, which was recently torn down.

The building, located on the corner of Memorial Park, was constructed in 1946 for the Chamber of Commerce and then later served as a real estate office and Bill’s Drive-in. In 1993 the Friends of the Library maintained the building, calling it the Heritage Museum.

It was closed last year and last week the City demolished the building in order to create more park space.

Here’s a glimpse at what the building used to look like:

Heritage Museum Chula VistaWhere in the South Bay Monday?

Here’s what it looks like today:

Heritage Museum Demolished


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