About all one can do in visiting this landmark is walk by on
The landmark plaque exists but is within the walls and therefore can’t be seen by the minions, and though bylaws for displaying them dictates they are for public viewing, it ain’t gonna happen in some cases. The state probably has more pressing issues. .
NO. 451 THE ORTEGA-VIGARE ADOBE - Erected during mission days, 1792-1805, this is the second oldest adobe in this region. Originally 'L'-shaped, it is now only half its original size. In 1859, the adobe became the property of Don Jean Vigare and in the early 1860s, as
USGS Quadrangle Sheet Name: EL MONTE