February is Museum Month

Monday, January 29, 2007, 15:56 —by chickrawker
This item was posted in Artists and San Diego Art Events, San Diego Events, San Diego Travel category and has 3 Comments so far.

Since 1989, February has been celebrated as Museum Month in San Diego. Starting on the 1st, visit any Macy’s store in San Diego County and receive a pass for half-price admissions to more than 30 museums. This is a great opportunity to go visit some of those museums you have been meaning to see.

My top 5 museums to visit -

Birch Aquarium at Scripps, Museum of Photographic Arts, USS Midway, San Diego Museum of Art, and the Mingei Museum.

Feel free to leave any other favorite museums in comments as suggestions for other readers.

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3 Responses to “February is Museum Month”

  1. Jeanine Naviaux said on Saturday, February 17, 2007, 11:45

    My favorite museum at Balboa Park is the Model Railroad Museum. It’s one of the hidden jewels of the park! It’s located downstairs and its has amazing replicas and model railroad trains. And yes, the trains really run!

  2. Meredith Beck said on Tuesday, February 20, 2007, 19:46

    The West Coast Casting Call for a New National PBS Series, Everyday Edisons, will be in San Diego this Saturday, February 24. They are looking for ordinary people with extraordinary ideas for invention.


    Bouncing Brain Productions, Inc. of Charlotte, N.C., is coming to San Diego, C.A., to hold a free casting call/audition for the new PBS series, Everyday Edisons, which features amateur inventors. Bring your ideas for inventions and/or prototypes to San Diego State University’s College of Extended Studies (5250 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA 92182) on Saturday, February 24 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Professionals will be onsite to judge your invention’s merit in design, marketability and patentability. The day’s top finalists will be escorted next door to KPBS’ television studio for review before the final filmed panel of judges. Those selected for the show will appear on Everyday Edisons with their inventions as each one is designed, engineered, branded and sent to store shelves. For more information go to http://www.EverydayEdisons.com. Registration forms are available at http://www.BouncingBrainProductions.com.

    Price: free to the public

    Who can attend: ANYONE
    *we see inventors of all ages, including children and adults.
    *Minors under the age of 18 will need parental signature/consent on their
    registration forms.)

  3. Carroll Johnson said on Wednesday, June 13, 2007, 18:28

    I saw information on Meredith Beck’s web site regarding the upcomming “American Inventor’s Everydayedison’s TV show. I assue that applications to register are now closed, but if not, please send inforation about how to apply.

    Carroll Johnson

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