February is Museum Month all across San Diego County

During the month of February, the San Diego Museum Council invites the public to visit more than 30 participating institutions at half-price admission. A Museum Month brochure will be available beginning Feb. 1. Included in the brochure is the Museum Month pass, which visitors must take to any of the participating institutions in order to receive the half-priced admission.

This year, the council celebrates 20 years.

Participating museums and historical sites include:
-Birch Aquarium at Scripps
-California Center for the Arts Escondido Museum
-Flying Leathernecks Aviation Museum
-Heritage of the Americas Museum
-La Jolla Historical Society
-LUX Art Institute
-Maritime Museum of San Diego
-MCRD Command Museum
-Mingei International Museum
-Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
-Museum of Making Music
-Museum of Photographic Arts
-Quail Botanical Gardens
-Reuben H. Fleet Science Center
-San Diego Air & Space Museum
-San Diego Automotive Museum
-San Diego Hall of Champions Sports Museum
-San Diego Historical Society
-San Diego Model Railroad Museum
-San Diego Museum of Art
-San Diego Museum of Man
-San Diego Natural History Museum
-The New Children’s Museum
-Timken Museum of Art
-USS Midway Museum
-Veteran’s Museum & Memorial Center
-Whaley House Museum
-Women’s History Museum and Education Center

For the complete list of museums and more information, visit www.sandiegomuseumcouncil.org.

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