The Gamble House

The Gamble House

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8 / 10

8 expert reviews

“A masterpiece of the Arts and Crafts movement, this house was the winter residence of David Gamble, heir of the Procter & Gamble soap company.”

– Michelin Guide

Frommer's
"The huge two-story Gamble House, built in 1908 as a California vacation home for the wealthy family of Procter and Gamble fame, is a sublime example of Arts and Crafts architecture." Full review
Lonely Planet
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"It’s the exquisite attention to detail that impresses most at the Gamble House, a 1908 masterpiece of Craftsman architecture built by Charles and Henry Greene." Full review
Not For Tourists
"Design, art, and architecture."
On the Grid
"The Gamble House is a National Historic landmark. It is a house built in the early 1900s, which exemplifies the American Arts and Crafts style of architecture. It is beautiful inside and out. " Full review
Time Out
"Programming at the Gamble House is exceptional—there are tours that focus on things like the art glass or the details and joinery in the house, as well as more casual events like Brown Bag Tuesday" Full review
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