Galindo House is a nationally recognized historical site, but only recently opened to the public for viewing. The home was previously the property of the Galindo family, who had owned it since it was built in the 1800s as part of a land grant from the Mexican government.
Ruth Galindo left it to the city of Concord upon her passing in the 1960s, as she had no heirs. Unfortunately, the city was never able to come up with the funds to make needed restorations to make it safe for public viewing, leaving it closed up for decades. Guided tours are now available, and the Concord Historical Society hosts their annual tea party there.
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