Once the Spanish capitol of old California and the Sardine capital of
the world, Monterey's architectural heritage is well represented. You
can see all the adobes just by using the map on the left. Most of the
adobes are staffed by a State Parks rangers some adobes are private property.
A number of adobes have restroom facilities (Pacific House, Stevenson
House, Colton Hall and Maritime Museum). Many of the adobes are occupied
by businesses, you will be able to walk through portions of the state
owned abobe houses and gardens without paying an entrance fee.