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Rancho Buena Vista Adobe

651 E Vista Way Vista CA 92084
(760) 639-6106
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Rancho Buena Vista is one of the best preserved of the San Diego county land grant ranchos. Originally one of six ranchos claimed by Mission San Luis Rey, Rancho Buena Vista Adobe was deeded to Felipe Subria, a Luiseno Indian in 1845 by Mexico's governor, Pio Pico. In 1989 the City of Vista purchased the property and its current land of 1.9 acres and opened the Rancho to the public. Come visit...

The romantic rancho is an ideal setting for an intimate outdoor affair to remember or a slightly grander fete that will wow up to 250 of your closest friends and family.
Courtyard & Gardens
There are three areas of the property available for your use during an event.
Main Courtyard | The main courtyard can accommodate ceremonies, cocktail parties, and receptions.
Sun Dial Patio Area |...

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Since 1990 the company has been providing Tourist Attraction, Commercial.

The Rancho Buena Vista Adobe, one of the best preserved of the San Diego County land grant Ranchos, is a fascinating historic site in downtown Vista.

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