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Located at Miramar air station and covering the history of US Marine Corps aviation. Visiting information, location and hours.
Visitor information, exhibits, education, publications, events calendar, and special events facilities.
General information, news, membership, exhibits, virtual tour, and education programs.
The U.S.S. Midway opened in 2004 as a naval aviation museum. Museum information, exhibits, programs, and ship history.
Collection showcasing the history of automobiles. General information, hours, admission, location map, history, exhibits, membership, and links to local clubs.
Includes an Asian garden, a small library, and exhibits related to Chinese history. Hours, location, and information about the collection.
Offers interactive exhibits and memorabilia celebrating San Diego sports history, plus traveling exhibits. Events, exhibits, programs, and information about athletes represented.
Offers exhibits from the society's collections, plus traveling shows. Focuses on area's growth since the 1840's. Location, admission, and hours.
General information, exhibits, clubs, educational programs, photograph gallery, and coming events.
Anthropological museum containing artifacts, folk art, and archaeological finds. Exhibits, education, membership, events, publications, history, location, and hours.
Focuses on southern California and Baja California. Events calendar, research, education, exhibits, field guide, kids' area, and general information.
Provides interactive educational experiences that promote learning through the arts. Includes exhibits, calendar, museum school, gallery, membership, and admission information.
Victorian mansion built in 1887. Description, early photograph, location, admission, and hours.
Museum features salt-box style home assembled in San Diego in 1850, and located today in downtown's Gaslamp Quarter. Information about the home and tours of the surrounding area.
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