The Junípero Serra Museum
Operated by the San Diego History Center, the Junípero Serra Museum is an iconic regional landmark. Located just above Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, the Serra sits on one of the most significant historical sites on the West Coast, the site of the first permanent European settlement in what is today the State of California. With its renowned architecture and historic setting, the Junípero Serra museum is one of San Diego’s preferred wedding and event sites.
2727 Presidio Drive
San Diego, CA 92103
Phone: (619) 232-6203
September 5, 2017 – June 1, 2018: Saturday, Sunday from 10:00 am-4:00 pm; Closed 1:00-1:30 pm for employee breaks.
June 1 – September 3, 2018: Friday – Monday from 10:00 am–5:00 pm; Closed 1:00–1:30 pm for employee breaks.
Please note the following special closures:
- None at this time
NOTE: The Serra Museum is not currently an ADA-accessible site. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
We invite the public of all ages to visit the Junípero Serra Museum without paying a traditional admission fee. Your admission has been donated by a generous supporter. After visiting the museum, we ask you to determine the value of your visit and invite you to GIVE FORWARD for a future visitor. Our suggested minimum donation is $10.00.
WHILE YOU ARE HERE
- No food or beverages.
- No pets. Service animals are welcome.
- Photography is permitted. Tag us! No flash, video, tri-pods, mono-pods, or photos in areas with this symbol
- You may be photographed or videotaped while inside the museum. Speak with a Visitor Service Associate of you prefer to opt-out.
- No large bags, oversized items, or plants.
Guided and self-guided tours are available of the Serra Museum and Presidio Hill.
For more information: Tours & Guided Walks