Category Archives: San Diego Museums

17 Exhibits to See in June in San Diego from The Wanderer Guides Blog. #sandiego #art

17 Exhibits to See in June in San Diego

Summer is just about here (wasn’t it just January?). Starting now, the City’s alive with great weather, kids out of school and inspiring art exhibits. Some exhibits are opening, some exhibits are closing this month. One thing is for sure: You better start taking advantage of them in June! Here’s 17 great exhibits to see

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Blue Star Program 2013

The Blue Star Program is great for Military families. It was started in the Summer of 2010 thanks to the National Endowment for the Arts (among others who make it possible). The program allows active duty Military personnel and their families to go to museums across the country for free from Memorial Day (May 27th)

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Discounts for Museums in San Diego from The Wanderer Guides. #sandiego

Military Discounts for Museums in San Diego

There are a lot of museums in San Diego! Last week, we listed the Military discounts within Balboa Park. This week, scroll through the following list for Military discounts within downtown San Diego. Next week, we’ll list all the museums in San Diego County participating in the Blue Star program this Summer. *All Balboa Park’s

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17 Great Exhibits to See in May in San Diego from The Wanderer Guides Blog. #sandiego #sandiegomuseums

17 Exhibits to See in May in San Diego

May is an awesome month for exhibits in San Diego. With Summer almost upon us, museums around San Diego County are preparing their galleries for fun and interesting exhibits to attract crowds of people all Summer long. That means some great exhibits are closing and we must run to see them before they’re gone!¬†Great for

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Top Things To Do For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in San Diego from The Wanderer Guides Blog.

Top Things To Do For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in San Diego

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, which means it’s a good time to celebrate the cultures of Asian-Americans and Pacific Islander Americans. Whether it’s your background or not, participate in some of the following events to have a great month (If you know of any events not listed here, let us know!): Go to

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Museum Profile: J.A. Cooley Museum in San Diego from The Wanderer Guides Blog. #sandiego

Museum Profile: J.A. Cooley Museum

The J.A. Cooley Museum is known as San Diego’s Most Unique Collection of Antiques and Automobiles. We’re here to tell you how true this title is! History of the Museum Jim Cooley and his wife, Carmen, have been collecting antiques for well over 50 years. They’ve collected with a special eye toward pieces from the

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Best Historical Places in San Diego from The Wanderer Guides Blog.

Best Historical Places in San Diego

San Diego is rich in history. Everywhere you turn, you see a historic site of one kind or another. Here’s a list of the best spots within the city to take in history: Balboa Park: so much history in the buildings, in the museums and in the trees (seriously, the plant layout was designated by

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Museum Profile: Coronado Public Library from The Wanderer Guides Blog.

Museum Profile: Coronado Public Library

Today’s Museum Profile is a little different–it’s on a library! The Coronado Public Library is a great place to go for art and general enrichment. Everyone should know about it! History of the Library The Library was founded in 1890 and has been in many different locations. In 1895, the Library approached the Hotel del

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Heritage of the Americas Museum in San Diego #sandiego

Museum Profile: Heritage of the Americas Museum

The Heritage of the Americas Museum is a wonderful place. Here’s the first of our weekly Museum Profile posts: History of the Museum The Museum was started by an amazing collector, Bud Lueck, and his wife, Bernadette. Lueck started collecting artifacts when he was a young boy and never lost interest. He helped on many

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