If you haven’t been to the Maritime Museum of San Diego for a long time, this summer would be a good time to go.
Now that most of the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions have been lifted, the museum is fully open. Fantastic exhibits are plentiful. And a completely new exhibit of historical photographs awaits your eyes inside the Gould Eddy Gallery!
This special exhibition is of The Nancy Dubois Collection of Historic Maritime Photographs. According to one sign: “In 2017 Nancy generously donated some 200 historic and artistic photographs of ships, boats, port scenes, harbors and coastline to the Maritime Museum of San Diego…” Featured are a good many of these vintage photos, which were taken all around the world, many over a century ago.
A few of the photographs have no record of what they depict, and visitors are asked to help the museum curator identify the locale!
If you’re world traveler, a history buff, love photography or have an interest in all things nautical, you really should feast your eyes on this extraordinary exhibit. Then check out the rest of the museum and its collection of world-famous ships!
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What a fantastic maritime museum and new exhibition. Great the COVID restrictions have eased and these places are open for everyone again. I love wandering around museums.
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