In honor of the centennial, the San Diego Natural History Museum has announced the debut of three exhibits. Starting Oct. 11, families will have a chance to visit “Discovery of King Tut,” which recreates the lost tomb’s discovery.
“Coast to Cactus in Southern California,” an 8,000-square-foot display of the area’s habitats, will debut on Jan. 17, 2015, and on June 12, 2015, “Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed,” will open to highlight all elements of ancient Maya, with a focus on social, natural and spiritual influences.
Other noteworthy displays will include “The Ingenious Dr. Seuss” at the San Diego History Center (2015); “CIRCUS! Science Under the Big Top,” a hands-on exhibit at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center (Summer 2015); and “Made in America: Craft Icons of the 50 States” at Mingei International Museum (Oct. 2014 to Dec. 2015).
Other events and new offerings will debut for the 2015 Balboa Park Centennial Celebration; for a complete list, visit BalboaPark.org.
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