The San Diego Natural History Museum (theNAT), located in beautiful Balboa Park, features fascinating exhibitions (both permanent and traveling) along with a full list of family programs and giant-screen films with a focus on natural science. Kids can join Scholastic's Ms. Frizzle™ for hands-on science activities (every Sunday at 12:15 and 2:15 PM).
A 19th century-style mercantile geared toward 21st century consumers, as well as an antiques and architectural salvage store in what was originally the feed store section, it is now The Feed Store - Antiques & Such.
The New Children's Museum empowers children to think, play and create with participatory exhibitions, hands-on studio opportunities, and in-depth classroom experiences.
One of the nation's finest small museums, the Timken houses an outstanding collection of European Old Master paintings, American paintings, and Russian icons.
Naval aviation museum featuring self-guided audio tours, exhibits, and restored aircraft aboard the longest-serving U.S. Navy aircraft carrier.
Located in the historic Old Naval Hospital Chapel, the museum preserves and honors the memories of men and women of the Armed Forces, Coast Guard, and Wartime Merchant Marine.
Contemporary art quilts and textiles are vibrantly displayed at this unique museum located at Liberty Station in San Diego.
With its multilayered history, the adobe ranch house tells the story of the immigrant trail, the overland stage, and the prominent ranching history of the area.
Built by San Diego pioneer Thomas Whaley, this 1857 Greek Revival building served as the Whaley family home, San Diego's first commercial theater, an early County Courthouse, and a general store, and has been called "America's Most Haunted House."
The country's only women's history museum which offers a physical space for educational programs, films, community events, presentations, research archives, library, and recorded oral histories, Speaker's Bureau and the home of the San Diego County Women's Hall of Fame.