If you like saving money (and who doesn’t), then be sure to pick up a free San Diego Museum Month pass. Presented by Macy’s, this popular event allows participants to enjoy half-off entry fees at 42 San Diego Museum Council membership museums during the entire month of February. You can pick up a free pass beginning February 1, 2013, at any of Macy’s fourteen locations throughout the San Diego area, Temecula and Imperial Valley. With one pass, up to four visitors can gain admission and it’s good all month-long.
From the Oceanside Museum of Art to downtown’s USS Midway Museum to the Tijuana Estuary, there’s plenty to see and ample opportunities for edutainment, creating memories and fun for the whole family.
Escape from the ordinary and step into the shockingly odd world of Ripley at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! at the San Diego Air & Space Museum. This is the first time a Ripley’s exhibition is returning to San Diego since the California Pacific International Exposition in 1935. (This special exhibition requires an additional entry fee)
Check out Chocolate the Exhibition. Where does chocolate come from? How is it made? And how has it sweet-talked its way into our hearts? Get the complete story behind this crave-worthy treat in Chocolate.
See the new exhibition Great Balls of Fire: Comets, Meteors, Asteroids. The threat of a catastrophic impact from an asteroid or comet is a staple of popular culture. If there was a dinosaur killer in Earth’s past, is there a human killer in our future? What are the chances and how do we assess the risks? For that matter, what are asteroids, comets, and meteorites, and where do they come from? Find out more in this 3,000 square-foot interactive exhibition.
Discover the Maritime Museum of San Diego and its world-class collection of historic vessels including sailing ships, steam-powered boats and submarines. You can board and explore the ships and, on some, even set sail.
Enter the fascinating world of sharks and rays at the Shark & Ray Experience. Touch the velvety backs of friendly rays as they glide through the interactive touch pool, and view four different local shark species in a 21,000 gallon exhibit with multiple underwater viewing areas.
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