Centro Cultural de la Raza
Spreckels Organ Pavilion
Going south from Plaza de Panama, you can’t miss the circle of seating and the curved colonnade in front of the band shell housing the...
Japanese Friendship Garden
San Diego Hall of Champions Sports Museum
Permanent and temporary exhibits at the 'Hall of Champs' – principally local sports legends – cover themes as wide-ranging as Ted...
In one of San Diego’s most beautiful dining rooms, feast on Cal-eclectic cooking by one of San Diego’s most renowned chefs: bakery...
Centro Cultural de la Raza information
Lonely Planet review
The center hosts powerful exhibitions of Mexican and Native American art, including temporary exhibits of contemporary indigenous artwork, dance, theater and musical performances. The round, steel building, originally a water tank, is impressively painted with 240 feet of murals. It's on the edge of the main museum area.