Four-day work week means the weekend is just around the corner! So when you stop by San Diego to warm up, take some time, enjoy everything the city has to offer, including these top things to do.
Exploring San Diego’s museums, both big and small, is a great way to learn about the life, culture, history and art that makes up the city. But if you plan on visiting more than one or two, admission prices can really add up.
Fear not, budget-savvy museum lovers. San Diego Museum Month 2014 is right around the corner. From February 1-28, 2014, visitors can pick up a special Museum Month pass that provides half-off admission to 44 participating museums around San Diego.
With so many participating museums, it can be hard to choose which ones to visit. Fortunately, San Diego’s wealth of museums means that visitors from all walks of life are sure to find something one (or more) to love.
As the days count down for San Diego Museum Month (1/2 price admission to 40 participating museums), across the bridge on Coronado Island, the charming Coronado Museum of History and Art, chock full of history and visionary tales told with a plethora of enchanting educational activities and exhibits, awaits visitors.
After the break are 5 of my must-see/must-try picks at the Coronado Museum…
With only seven days left until the end of San Diego Museum Month, head to North County for three unique exhibitions at the Museum of Making Music, Oceanside Museum of Art, and the Lux Art Institute. As a resident of Encinitas, I frequent two of these museums, and the other tops my list of “best museum I haven’t been to yet, but love already.”
As one of the most beloved communities in San Diego, beholden by its natural beauty, rich heritage and a luxurious yet laid back vibe, <strong><a title="San Diego's La Jolla" href="http://www.sandiego.org/nav/Visitors/Regions/LaJolla" target="_blank">La Jolla</a></strong> is a must-visit stop on any <strong><a title="San Diego's Itineraries" href="http://www.sandiego.org/article_set/Visitors/11" target="_blank">San Diego vacation itinerary</a></strong>. From the dramatic coastline unmatched in majesty, to premier dining establishments, elegant hotels, world-class shopping, treasured art and cultural institutions, La Jolla certainly lives up to the meaning of its name, which translates to "the jewel" in Spanish.
If you're exploring La Jolla during <strong><a title="San Diego Museum Month: Half-Off Admission" href="http://www.sandiego.org/event/Visitors/55" target="_blank">February Museum Month</a></strong>, don’t miss three great arts and culture attractions that you can enjoy at 50% off admission. Just pick up a Museum Month pass at any San Diego County Macy’s location, and head to one of the following museums to take in mind-blowing contemporary art, explore wondrous sea creatures or enjoy a blast from historic La Jolla’s past.
San Diego Museum Month is in full swing (1/2 price admission to 40 participating museums!) and there’s no better time to explore some lesser-known museum jewels in the San Diego’s East County communities. They may not be the biggest cultural institutions on the map, but they’re certainly some of the most charming and a great way to discover the Wild West heritage of our rustic backcountry.
After the break are are my Top 5 Favorite East County museums.
If you’re an art lover, museum buff, or simply appreciate the value of a good deal, then February is the best time for you to visit San Diego. All month long, stop by any San Diego County Macy’s location to pick up a Museum Month pass, and you’ll get half-off admission for you and up to three guests at more than three dozen museums throughout San Diego. Join me on a video tour of three great art museums in Balboa Park.
February is one of my favorite months of the year in San Diego. With longer days, warmer temperatures and a shorter month, the race to spring always brings an extra boost to my step. And what better way to celebrate the turn of seasons than to explore San Diego’s many museums throughout the county at half the price?
Find the best events in San Diego during the weekend of February 2-5, 2012. From whale watching to black holes, visitors can find the best events and things to do this weekend!