1960 National Ave
San Diego, CA. 92113
Friday – Sunday
11 AM – 5:00 PM
Welcome to the Chicano Park Museum and Cultural Center, where a history of struggle is preserved to educate and empower individuals to be agents of change in their own communities. While the CPMCC had its grand opening in the fall of 2022, it had been in concept for over 30 years by members of the community. Similar to the fight for the land that became Chicano Park, the Chicano Park Museum and Cultural Center came to fruition through community struggle for the rights to the building where it now resides. Through struggle and self-determination, community members relentlessly fought and succeeded in bringing a museum about Chican@ culture into the Logan Heights community.
The CPMCC’s Museum Store features artwork from over 30 different local artists. From t-shirt designs, to original art pieces and prints, to handmade jewelry, the store is a great place to visit to admire and support work done by local artists.
Tours and Space Reservations
Tours of the museum and its collections are beneficial to gaining a deeper understanding of the history of Chicano Park and the power of art. To request a tour of the CPMCC, please reach out to [email protected]. To request a tour of the park, visit the Chicano Park Steering Committee page: https://chicano-park.com. If you’d like a tour of both the CPMCC and Chicano Park, please reach out to [email protected] and communicate your interest.
Community spaces are donation-based and available to reserve by contacting [email protected]. Community spaces at the CPMCC include the Workshop Room and the Community Room, and have been utilized for a variety of purposes including educational workshops, programs led by community members, and organization’s meetings, among more.