With so many museums to explore during San Diego Museum Month this February, you may be wondering where to get started. We have created a series of handy Neighborhood Guides to Museum Month to help you find your next cultural adventure. (See below.)
We challenge you to venture outside of your own neighborhood, to check out a new destination, investigate a new passion or interest, and re-think of what a “museum” really means. (Hint: There is more than one way to scratch that cultural itch!)
With your Museum Month pass (available at local Macy’s stores or your public library), you can enjoy half-off admission for up to four guests all month long at 45+ local museums, historic sites, gardens, parks, aquariums/zoos and more.
Browse what’s new and must-see at participating museums in our curated Neighborhood Guides, where you find highlights from some of San Diego’s most popular destinations as well as many hidden gems waiting to be discovered.
Pro Tip: In addition to those museums offering 50% savings, you will also find many museums that are completely free or pay-what-you-wish (donation based) all year long. It’s the perfect time to soak up all the culture (and fun!) San Diego County has to offer – without breaking the bank!
Choose a Neighborhood Guide to get started:
- Balboa Park
- Downtown San Diego
- North County – Coastal
- North County – Inland
- East County
- Liberty Station/Point Loma
- La Jolla
- South Bay
- University Heights & Old Town
- Museums Without Walls
Note: Museum Month passes have restrictions at some museums. Details can be found here.
Due to the fluidity of the COVID-19 situation, we recommend you check the websites for the museums you plan to visit for special hours/days, closure updates, mask requirements, etc.
Photo: Plaza de Panama in Balboa Park at night. — Photo by sepavone
Thank you to our San Diego Museum Month sponsors: