Estudillo Mansion

On Jan 2, 2002, the City of San Jacinto announced the placement of the Estudillo Mansion and the Francisco Heritage Park on the National Register of Historic Places and on the California Register of Historic Resources. This is only the third Riverside County site to receive this honor.

Estudillo Mansion at San Jacinto

The home was built in 1884 by Francisco Estudillo, Jr. The residence and its twin built by his brother Antonio Estudillo, near Soboba Hot Springs are all that remain of a 35,000 acre Mexican land grant given to their father, Jose Antonio Estudillo in 1842.

San Jacinto's Estudillo MansionAfter passing through many owners, the mansion was purchased by the County of Riverside in 1992. It had been severely damaged by the Landers-Big Bear earthquakes on June 28 of that year. Ownership was turned over to the City of San Jacinto in 1998.

The Estudillo Mansion today

The residence graces the grounds of Francisco Estudillo Heritage Park which is the site of many city sponsored events, most notable is the annual Agricultural Festival, during which it is open for tours.

The San Jacinto Museum and grounds, along with the Water Conservation Education Garden are open Friday – Sunday 11 am to 4 pm.

Heritage Park is home to Estudillo Mansion

For group tours of the Estudillo Mansion, please contact:

Lynn Peterson at (951) 255-5598 or

sjlynnpeterson@gmail.com or

Rebecca Schlosser at (951) 927-7367

For more information:
San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce (951) 654-1645
Hemet/San Jacinto (951) 658-3211
Email: info@visitsanjacintovalley.com