The Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation (GQHF) is housed in the historic district's oldest standing structure, the Davis-Horton House (1850). As the steward of the Gaslamp Quarter's architecture, culture and history, GQHF operates the house as the Gaslamp Museum to share information about San Diego's early history through exhibitions, tours of the house, and guided tours of the Gaslamp neighborhood, Tuesday – Saturday.
A cultural and educational facility located on the campus of Cuyamaca College featuring the prehistoric and historical art, culture, and natural history of the Americas.
Enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the garden, which features a zen rock garden, koi pond, traditional Japanese art, and garden features.
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.
The La Jolla Historical Society inspires and empowers the community to make La Jolla’s diverse past a relevant part of contemporary life.
The Living Coast Discovery Center is an intimate zoo and aquarium featuring the unique animals native to the Southern California coastline.
See art differently. See art happen. Lux Art Institute is redefining the museum experience to make art more accessible and personally meaningful. At Lux, you don't just see finished works of art; you see the artistic process firsthand.
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.
Dynamic, changing exhibitions feature timeless art of the people from all cultures of the world-historical and contemporary folk art, craft and design.
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