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  • San Diego Museum of Art

    1450 El Prado, Balboa Park San Diego, CA 92112

  • San Diego Natural History Museum

    1788 El Prado San Diego, CA 92101

  • Skirball Cultural Center

    Skirball Cultural Center

    2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90049
    310-440-4500 Perched like an eagle high up in the Sepulveda Pass, halfway between the Valley and the West L.A. basin, the Skirball is one of the country's leading Jewish cultural centers, but it also celebrates an impressively expansive variety of cultures, music and art from around the planet. Fittingly for such an ambitiously broad-minded institution, the center is divided into a museum, galleries, a theater, Zeidler's Cafe and a fantastic re-creation of Noah's Ark. The Skirball's large stone courtyard, ringed by a rock-faced wall and towering trees, is the site of ambitiously varied performance art, film and music events. Along with the Skirball's noteworthy world-music concerts, the curators have been recently reaching out to indie-rock hipsters by booking such intriguing local bands as Autolux and Superhumanoids. The museum features several levels of permanent and changing exhibits, along with a large gift shop. Lot parking. More >>

  • Sun Deck Gallery Aboard the Queen Mary

    1126 Queens Highway Long Beach, CA 90802

  • Sun-Ten Museum

    9200 Jeronimo Irvine, CA 92618

  • Surfers' Hall of Fame

    300 Pacific Coast Highway Huntington Beach, CA 92648

  • Surfing Heritage Foundation

    Surfing Heritage Foundation

    110 Calle Iglesia San Clemente, CA 92672
    949-388-0313 The Surfing Heritage Foundation is in San Clemente. Try asking attendants at the Louvre to let you stroke Mona Lisa's face and see where that gets you. At the Surfing Heritage Foundation, not only can you put your hands on some of the oldest, most expensive surfboards in existence, but you can also massage them from top to bottom—if you can reach the top of a 16-foot olo. The Surfing Heritage Foundation is surfers' Cooperstown; visiting hours run from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Boards here date back to the 1900s, and the collection continues to grow. We're told a new, larger, more accessible location is in the works. "We have a collection of Dale Velzy's shaping equipment that will be on display in our shaping shack," says surfing historian Barry Haun, the foundation's creative director. "We've been promised items from Bruce Brown that will include his own photo archive.” More >>

  • Surfing Heritage Museum at South Coast Plaza

    3333 Bear St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626