This extensively remodeled structure was part of the original adobe fort erected by the Spanish. Adobe walls dating back to the late 1700s are incorporated into the front wings of what evolved into the Presidio Officers' Club of the early 1900s. In the 1930s the building was remodeled into a graceful Spanish Colonial Revival style structure with rustic Spanish-tile gable roofs, heavy, rough timber lintels and beams, and decorative ironwork. Today the Officers' Club hosts the Presidio Heritage Center which includes exhibits, museum artifacts, cultural events and programming, and a restaurant. The Presidio Trust also rents part of the facility for special events.
Last updated: October 8, 2014