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Framed by an interesting work of architecture, this small museum has just a handful of galleries, and always some thoughtful and moving pieces ... but you'll leave wishing for a bit more. The very best time to visit: a Thursday night free concert, mixing enjoyment...More
We took an hour to walk through the exhibits and admire the creativity, stunning originality and amazing displays found in this little museum. Much love goes into the exhibits with a great supporting membership and volunteers. Cute little gift shop with local finds on your...More
Having read about the Rolly Crump exhibit in the San Diego paper we decided we had to visit this museum. We are so glad we did. Besides the Rolly Crump art, the museum had other very interesting exhibits, all beautifully arranged. The docents were very...More
Not sure how long it's going to be there, but this is a fun exhibit. Rolly Crump was one of the artists who designed Disneyland's "Small World" and this is a display of some of his artwork. See it while you can@
Small regional museums are often watered down versions of larger ,useums, but the OMA takes excellent advantage of the opportunity to showcase exhibits with local ties. When we isited, there was an exhibit that was part of a regional partnership showcasing the unique art that...More
I was lured into driving down the San Diego Freeway because this museum was hosting an exhibit on Rolly Crump, a renowned artist who worked with Walt Disney on building the It's A Small World attraction at Disneyland. Not only were there displays that gave...More
The OMA is a magnificent place to enjoy art with ew exhibits displayed all the time. The building itself housing the Museum is a restored portion of Old City Hall and located right next to Historic Fire Station # 1. Architect Frederic Fisher's addition of...More