Providing a rich and diverse cultural experience, The San Diego Museum of Art is the region’s oldest, largest, and most visited art institution. Located in the heart of world-famous Balboa Park, its nationally renowned collections encompasses Spanish and Italian Old Masters, South Asian paintings including the Edwin Binney 3rd Collection of Indian paintings, and 19th and 20th century American paintings and sculptures.
The Museum also regularly features major exhibitions of art from around the world, an extensive year-round schedule supporting cultural and educational programs for children and adults, and in 2015 Celebrates 100 Years of Art in Balboa Park with a series of exhibitions reflecting the history and unique character of the Museum and Balboa Park.
Culminating in The Art of Music, this centennial celebration features an expanded exhibition schedule and an exciting series of programs in and around the Museum. Select happenings include the monthly Art of Music Concert Series, annual Art Alive floral exhibition, biennial Young Art student art exhibition, and summer exhibition Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland; 1861-2008.
Housed in a historic Spanish Renaissance structure, the Museum also features The Museum Store, midcentury May S. Marcy Sculpture Court and Garden featuring an outstanding sculpture collection, and the restaurant Panama 66— Zagat-rated as one of the top new beer bars in the U.S. The San Diego Museum of Art is a cultural mainstay in this Pacific city, and represents a celebration of culture and creativity that should not be missed. Visit SDMArt.org for more information.
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Sunday, 12:00 pm-5:00 pm
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day
All holiday hours are subject to change without notice.