Pio Pico State Historic Park was the site of home of the last PÍo Pico State Historic Park commemorates the life of California’s last Mexican governor before the American takeover of 1846. Once the headquarters of Pico’s 8,894-acre ranch, the park includes a 19th century adobe that has recently been structurally stabilized, and facilities and grounds that have been completely renovated. The park is accessible. It is located in Whittier, west of the 605 freeway at 6003 Pioneer Boulevard at the intersection of Whittier Boulevard. It is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 to 5:00 and closed Monday and Tuesday. Guided school programs are available for grades K-12. Call park for information. Phone 562-695-1217.
An accessibly designed picnic table is available on a firm pad with paved path of travel. Accessible restrooms and parking are available. More information pending.
The adobe and exhibits are accessible. A captioned introductory video will be available soon. Accessible parking spaces are available including one van accessible space. All restrooms are accessible. Grounds and gardens designed to reflect the 1870s period include accessibly designed paths of travel.