Maritime Museum Of San Diego – COVID 19 Temp Closure
SAN DIEGO, CA – The Maritime Museum of San Diego, serving as the community memory of our seafaring experience by collecting, preserving, and presenting our rich maritime heritage and historic connections with the Pacific world, announced today a second temporary closure of the Museum beginning Tuesday, July 7, 2020 to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Maritime Museum reopened to public for six days beginning Wednesday, July 1, 2020 after closing temporarily due to the global pandemic for nearly four months starting Monday, March 16, 2020.
July 31, 2020 Update: The Museum is complying with state and local governance and guidelines and is temporarily closed until further notice.
Museum management will continue to monitor the COVID-19 case data dashboards adjusting operations and safety and health protocols as needed to fight coronavirus. For information and updates, public are asked to visit our website.
About the Maritime Museum of San Diego
The Maritime Museum of San Diego experience includes admission to a world-class collection of historic sailing ships, steam-powered boats, and submarines, each offering entertaining and educational exhibits. The 501c3 non-profit Museum enjoys an international reputation for excellence in restoring, maintaining, and operating historic vessels including the world’s oldest active sailing ship, Star of India. Maritime Museum of San Diego is ranked as one of the nation’s top attractions offering self-guided tours, docent guided-group tours, tall ship charters, year round public events, educational programs, and a distinctive venue for corporate/private events. The Museum is open daily along Star of India Wharf at 1492 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101-3309.