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Discover the San Diego Museum of Man
Published On April 15, 2018

April 15, 2018

The San Diego Museum of Man features a wild arrangement of topics and exhibits, ranging from monsters, the relationships between animals and man, to research about cannibalism. Founded in 1944, the museum has a long history of research concerning the Americas and the Panama Canal, including different civilizations and cultures in these areas. Each exhibit is interactive and educational, focusing on the importance of human interaction and culture. The goal of this museum is to promote a connection between people by sharing the experiences of humankind with one another.

About the San Diego Museum of Man

Located in Balboa Park in San Diego, the hours of operation of the San Diego Museum of Man are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday through Sunday. The buildings that the museum is located in is a historical artifact in itself. Build in 1915 for the Panama Exposition; the museum was designed by Bertram Goodhue with a blend of styles and cultures into the building, to represent a variety of styles expressed by humanity throughout history. Large archways attached to the buildings from the Plaza de California, and nearby the St. Francis Chapel and the Spanish Style Alter provide beautiful landmarks for anyone visiting the museum to see!

Some highlights of the San Diego Museum include some of the collections and exhibits featured in the museum. Some exhibits include Monsters, Graffiti Art Murals, BEERology, and many more. Each of these interactive exhibits focuses on the cultural importance and influence of some product or activity, such as graffiti art and beer. Each offers an in-depth understanding of the significance of these products, promising a wonderful educational experience. Collections offered at the museum reflect archaeological, anthropological, and ethnological artifacts, making for a great deal to see while exploring the museum. The San Diego Museum of Man also frequently features events, making this museum the ideal place to visit on any trip!

Admission for adults ages 18 into the San Diego Museum of man is $13. Senior citizens, members of the military, students with an ID, and persons between the ages of 6 and 17 can all be admitted for $10. Children under the age of 5 are permitted inside for free, as well as Members of the San Diego Museum of Man.

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While visiting the San Diego Museum of man, enjoy your stay at Hotel Iris. Located conveniently within ten minutes of the museum, Hotel Iris offers the best rates when you book directly at: www.hotelirissandiego.com .