The Morrell House
The Historical Museum
(Located at Dominguez Park on Flagler Lane Between 190th Street and Beryl Street in Redondo Beach) Heritage Court is part of an ongoing effort to preserve some of the turn of the 20th century history of Redondo Beach. Established in the late 1980s with Redondo Beach Historical Society and City Council approval, the original plan called for three turn of the century historic houses to be relocated to Dominguez Park in an area to be called Heritage Court.
Today, two houses are located in Heritage Court with room for a third house if necessary.
Morrell House - A circa 1906 combination Craftsman house with Queen Anne detailing. The Morrell House is available for meetings and functions.
For Additional Restoration, Morrell House History and Restoration Photos, click here.
Museum - A circa 1890's Queen Anne cottage housing the Citys Historical Museum.
The museum has an extensive collection of Redondo Beach
memorabilia, information and artifacts and is open to the Public on weekends from 1:00 to
The diagram to the left shows the layout of Heritage Court.
The Society would like to keep the third pad, shown shaded, reserved for a future house. The shaded cross-shaped area represents the new rose garden between the third pad and the Morrell House.
For more information regarding Heritage Court please e-mail