The Junípero Serra Museum, owned by The San Diego History Center and located in Presidio Park, is one of the most familiar landmarks in San Diego. As a major symbol of the city, it stands atop the hill recognized as the site where California began.
Rotating exhibitions plus a regular collection that includes a 1948 Tucker and Louie Mattar's Fabulous $75,000, as well as a large collection of motorcycles and memorabilia.
Located in downtown San Diego in the original Chinese Mission built in 1927, this museum showcases the heritage of San Diego's Chinese community and the essence of Chinese arts and culture.
Science, space and aviation history all unfold at the San Diego Air & Space Museum, California's official air and space museum. The Museum houses a collection of historic aircraft and spacecraft from all over the world.
Discover 10,000 years of history with exhibits showcasing archaeological artifacts from the San Diego region. Children can enjoy hands-on research stations and crafts activities.
One of the world's finest collections of historic ships including the Star of India, bay discovery excursions aboard Pilot and adventure sails aboard the Californian.
The Marston House Museum is one of San Diego's finest examples of the Arts and Crafts movement and was constructed in 1905 for George W. Marston and his wife, Anna Gunn Marston.
Discover a century of innovations that shaped American popular music, the Museum of Making Music features vintage instruments, musical examples and an interactive area with hands-on instruments.
The La Jolla Historical Society inspires and empowers the community to make La Jolla’s diverse past a relevant part of contemporary life.