Julia Morgan, the famed architect of Hearst Castle, drew the plans for our present facility. Formally dedicated in January 1929, the Home is located in the heart of San Francisco.

About the Home

The NDGW Home is a four-story, reinforced concrete building with a Museum, Community Meeting Facilities, Public Reference Library (Pioneer Roster), and guest rooms for Native Daughters of the Golden West Members (nonpaid docents and volunteers). Tours are available by appointment or attending events open to the public. For more information,  phone 415-921-2664 or email NDHome@ndgw.org.

Donations to the Home are put towards maintenance, repairs, and modernization of infrastructure. We hope to preserve this historical building for future generations while keeping it a comfortable place with modern meeting amenities, such as internet access.

Recent successful projects include:

  • New roof
  • Window Repairs
  • Major maintenance and repairs on the building’s original elevator.

Current project: “Raise the Floors” To repair hard wood flooring and replace carpeting.



Brick Buy Brick:  Form

A wonderful way to fill the Voss Garden in our Julia Morgan designed home with memories of our loved ones, whether they are with us or not, is to dedicate a commemorative brick inscribed with their name. If you have an event, thought, or just a personal message you would like to convey that is important to you, have a brick inscribed to be placed in the garden.

Please fill out the form and send to Nancy Phipps at n.phipps@live.com, if you have any questions please call 209-676-9377 (Nancy Phipps).

Rooms and Tours

Guest rooms are available for Native Daughters of the Golden West members and their guests to visit the city of San Francisco. A reservation form can be found on the Members Only page or provided by the Recording Secretary of the Parlor.

Tours are available by appointment. To book a tour, please phone 415-921-2664 or email NDHome@ndgw.org.