Park Office/Senlis Cottage (1896)
Nineteenth Century Vernacular style
A modest cottage built for Eugene Senlis, an employee of San Diego Pioneer Horticulturist. This house, without the amenities of gas, electricity, water, or sewer, is an example of dwellings occupied in the 1880s by working-class people. Park restrooms are located on the north side of the building next to the parking circle. The museum is on the west side of the cottage.