Fusionglass Company, is a local gallery and working studio focused on promoting the arts through exhibitiing, teaching, & hosting Art events. Come tour our gallery & studio or book an event, from Afterhours shopping to birthday parties & fundraisers. Groups up to 20 people. Bring your own snacks and make it an event
Thumbprint Gallery opened its doors in 2009, offering a space for local emerging and established artists to showcase their work. By featuring outsider and low/new brow art as well as work inspired by graffiti, street art and graphic design, we hope to satisfy such fine artists and art enthusiasts.
Watch immersive giant-screen films and amazing planetarium shows on San Diego's only IMAX Dome and experience seven galleries of fascinating and fun hands-on science exhibits for all ages. Located in San Diego's "must see" Balboa Park. Open 365 days of the year for travelers and locals to enjoy year round.
The Museum of Man, voted runner-up in 10news.com’s A-List 2011 Best Museum category, explores and shines a light on the emergence of man with five standing collections and special exhibits, filled with the cultural and physical anthropology artifacts housed and studied within its confines. Mummies are featured in the Ancient Egypt permanent exhibit, grasping the attention of attendees of all ages and complimenting grandparents on their youthful vigor. Tots toddle in the footsteps of archeologists in the Children’s Discovery Center’s interactive learning experience, Discover Egypt. The museum’s 7,000-square-foot west wing bursts at the seams with artifacts from four million years of human evolution, featuring prime pieces of physical anthropological evidence in the Footsteps Through Time exhibit. Photographs collect images of anthropologists in the midst of rapt explorations and discoveries in the temporary Adventures in Photography exhibit, a visual story which spans a hundred years and six continents. Additionally, the Modern Day Mummy and Strange Bones exhibits apply medical know-how to unveil historic secrets of the human body.
Lil' Piggy's mouthwatering comfort fare takes its cue from Memphis, where slathering style and smoky aromatics crown motivated pork-based cooking. Choose from one of more than 100 beers stored cold in their bottles, and then adjust your wet-nap for a journey through the menu of savory porks and beefs cooked low and slow over Hickory hardwoods. Break in your barbecue fork on a piggy plate of pulled pork ($11.99–$14.99) or baby back ribs served wet or dry ($10.99–$22.99). While the mouth can't avoid a respectably sloppy time at Lil' Piggy's, the fingers can stay clean and cool thanks to the bread-barricaded Bar-B-Q bacon burger with smoked applewood bacon, onion rings, and cheddar jack cheese ($9.99) or the lean pulled-chicken sammich topped with slaw and slapped on a potato bun ($9.99).
Renovated in 2011, the Museum of Making Music showcases a permanent display of hundreds of unusual and vintage instruments charting the progression of song-crafting from 1900 to modern times. Five museum galleries present popular music, innovations in instruments and their manufacture, and marketing and distribution techniques in five eras throughout the 20th century. Racks of gleaming instruments line the cases, as well as more eclectic pieces such as double-neck guitars, the crossbreed GuitarViol, and an ancient, forgotten instrument whose name is always whispered: the "clarinet." The museum is dotted with interactive exhibits, giving visitors the chance to craft their own tunes on the exhibit's drum kits or keytar.