Chicano Park Museum and Cultural Center
The Chicano Park Museum and Cultural Center is open for everyone to enjoy. It is a space where people can communicate openly, create diverse relationships, and take pride in their communities. Through our exhibitions, we educate individuals about Chicana/o, Latina/o, and Indigenous culture and history. We also host a variety of fun educational classes and activities for the public involving a wide range of arts, literature, science and history.
Chicano Park is the geographic and emotional heart of Barrio Logan, located in Logan Heights, San Diego’s oldest Mexican-American neighborhood. The park is home to the largest concentration of Chicano murals in the world with more than 80 paintings on seven acres dotted with sculpture, gardens, picnic tables and playgrounds.
Chicano Park: EL Parque Chicano Chicano Park/La Tierra Mia Logo (1974) Charlotte Marie Hernandez-Terry A Park for The People On April 22, 1970, residents of Logan Heights, in collaboration with student and community activists, interrupted and suspended the construction of a highway patrol station happening on the piece of land the community had previously allocated for a park. Read More…
Visit Chicano Park Museum and Cultural Center
1960 National Avenue
San Diego, CA 92113
The Park is open daily 6 a.m to 10 p.m. / The museum building is closed for renovations at this time.
1960 National Avenue, San Diego, CA