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Oceanside Museum of Art
Oceanside Museum of Art is a cultural jewel located in downtown Oceanside with a view of the Pacific Ocean and the historic Oceanside Pier. The museum presents provocative, contemporary exhibitions from the region and around the world. OMA offers concerts, films, lectures, and docent tours. Oceanside Museum of Art is a gathering place where friends meet to share and enjoy the rich cultural experiences available in the region.
In addition to a progressive exhibition schedule, Oceanside Museum of Art is housed in side-by-side buildings designed by two of southern California’s most renowned Modernist architects. The classic Irving Gill designed building is nestled against the contemporary Frederick Fisher designed Central Pavilion creating the perfect union of past and present architecture.
Exhibitions showcase the finest art of the southern California region from landscape paintings to studio furniture, neon sculpture, art quilts, and architectural glass. OMA’s galleries feature on enlightening survey of contemporary art enriched by the cultures of the community. The museum’s galleries are redesigned for each exhibition, surprising visitors with a fresh, exciting visual transformation for every new exhibit.
OMA Members: free
General admission: $8
Seniors 65+: $5
Students free with ID Military and their dependents free with ID
North American Reciprocal Museum Program Members free with ID
Upcoming event at Oceanside Museum of Art
- Tomorrow, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
- Wednesday, April 26, 10 a.m.–11:30 a.m. Members $8/1 or $12/2+, Visitors $10/1 or $15/2+ Parents can explore the exhibitions while kids, ages 2-5, experience art, music and stories at the Oceanside Museum of Art (OMA). Prices are for children’s registration; there is no fee for the parent. Read more
All upcoming events at Oceanside Museum of Art
Artist Alliance At The Museum 2017Starts March 4, 2017
'John Dillemuth: Contraptions And Go-mo(s)'Starts February 4, 2017
Private Studio Tour: Ving And Valya SimpsonApril 29, 2017