Visit the San Diego Archaeological Center to see exhibits and artifacts representing 10,000 years of human existence in San Diego.
16666 San Pasqual Valley Road, Escondido CA 92027
The San Diego Archaeological Center has a passion for telling the history of San Diego County going back some 10,000 years ago. Through artifact viewing, games, graphic displays and a research station, the Center gives visitors access and understanding of San Diego’s past. The Center, located in Escondido, hosts permanent exhibitions on all subjects archaeology: An Introduction to Archaeology and the Archaeology of San Diego gives viewers more understanding of archaeology and archaeology in San Diego; Pottery- Earth, Water, Fire and Air shows amazing Kumeyaay pottery; Shells Tell a Story shows visitors different shells found from different time periods in San Diego and how scientists can learn about the history of the environment from them; and Children at Play showing artifacts belonging to children over different time periods, like toys and games.
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