Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Coronado Museum of History and Art

  Native Americans fished, hunted game, and collected wild berries on the Coronado Peninsula for thousands of years but, even though the area was claimed for Spain in 1542 by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, Europeans didn’t settle on the land until the Coronado Beach Company was established. This small museum, which is located in the same building as the Coronado visitor center, focuses on early tourism with a few exhibits on the growth of the Naval base at the north end of the Peninsula.

  The museum is accessible.

  Parking is limited especially for large vehicles. On street parking where RVs will fit is located on Ocean Blvd. The sidewalks and curb cuts are in good condition.  Museum   32.68495, -117.1802


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