Thursday, March 9, 2017

San Diego History Center (Balboa Park)

   A small permanent exhibit traces the history of San Diego from the Kumeyaay, the Native Americans who lived along the coast for thousands of years, up to the 1915 Panama-California Exposition. Four small galleries feature changing exhibits. A film about Balboa Park is shown in the theater. Two very large murals painted by  Charles Reiffel as part of the 1936 Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project hang in the main lobby.


  The museum is accessible.

   The large lot on the east side of Park Blvd and the zoo lot are good spots for RV parking. The sidewalks and curb cuts are in fairly good condition.   Center      32.73126, -117.14823


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