The San Diego History Center is dedicated to helping people of all ages learn about, and enjoy, the history of San Diego, and to appreciate how our past, present, and future are interrelated.
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.
A diverse 37 acre retreat, featuring rare bamboo, a tropical rain forest, California native plants, and the West Coast's nationally-acclaimed Hamilton Children's Garden.
Experience a world of wonders with hands-on activities for the entire family. Set sail on our Explore Discovery sailboat, experiment at our Magnification Station, and discover nature in our Children's Discovery Garden.
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.
One of the few museums in the country dedicated exclusively to the photographic arts and film, presenting works of some of the world's most celebrated photographers and cinematographers.
Oceanside Museum of Art presents five provocative exhibitions each year focusing on regional and international contemporary art showcased in a classic Irving Gill designed building.
The Fleet Science Center connects people of all ages to the possibilities and power of science to create a better future. Explore interactive exhibits and an Diego's only IMAX® Dome Theater featuring fantastic films and stimulating planetarium shows.