Join us in celebrating the achievements of Maestro Jahja Ling. Our newest exhibit is now open through August 13, 2023!
During his 13-year tenure as Music Director of the San Diego Symphony Orchestra, Maestro Ling transformed it into one of the top-tier major orchestras in the world. He's an internationally renowned conductor with a reputation for musical integrity, intensity, and expressivity.
Don't miss our Spring Banquet on Sunday, April 23rd where we'll be honoring Maestro Ling with special musical performances, a silent auction, and delicious food. Click the button below to learn more about the banquet and register for the event.
Mark your calendars for our next Second Sunday, when we’re open for free to the public. We welcome anyone interested in learning about Chinese history and some of the impacts of the Chinese community in San Diego. Hope to see you there!
Our operating hours are:
We charge an $8 admission fee for all adult visitors. Children under 12 may visit for free, as may members.
Group tours are available upon request. Please fill out our field trip request form.
We are two blocks away from the Convention Center Transit Center, served by the Green Line trolley.
On the SECOND SUNDAY of each month, we will be open FREE OF CHARGE to all visitors.
404 Third Ave. / 328 J St., San Diego, California 92101, United States
(619) 338-9888 firstname.lastname@example.org @thesdchm
We are now open to the public!
Protecting the health of our guests, volunteers, and staff is a priority. We are taking measures in consultation with state and local health officials to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. As part of our commitment to your health and safety during your visit, we are implementing a number of measures, which include:
Here’s how we ask that you help:
PLEASE RESPECT OUR VOLUNTEERS AND STAFF.
We look forward to your visit. Please note, the San Diego Chinese Historical Society and Museum will not tolerate inappropriate behavior, including, but not limited to: yelling, violence, intimidation, threats, harassment, aggression, swearing, damage, abuse, or sexual harassment. Individuals who are aggressive toward volunteers, staff, or other visitors will be expelled from our facilities.
Be attentive to our museum calendar to receive word about SDCHM events!
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