• Exhibits

    Artifact of the Week: Sugar Tongs

    These silver plated sugar tongs were manufactured by Ingersoll. Archaeologists recovered them from an excavation of Block 112, a section of Downtown San Diego that housed a working class population during the late Victorian period (c. 1880-1915). This small section…

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    Adult Programs and Tours

    The Center offers presentations to community groups at the Center or your location. Each 45-minute lecture includes a slide show and a question and answer period. Learn about the history under your feet and the recent research conducted at the…

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    Cuseum App

    Archaeology and technology come together as the San Diego Archaeological Center partners with Cuseum, a museum web app. Explore the museum through self-guided walking tours featuring enhanced content, such as video demonstrations. Or explore the Center’s exhibits from home, school,…

  • About

    Interview with Cindy Stankowski

    The San Diego-Union Tribune recently interviewed the Center’s Executive Director Cindy Stankowski. Look for the article online Saturday, June 22, 2019. Read the Article

  • eNewsletter

    Spring E-newsletter

    Spring is here, and there’s so much to see and do at the San Diego Archaeological Center! Tickets are on sale for our 16th¬†Annual BBQ on Saturday, April 27, from noon to 3 PM. We will also be hosting a…