Museum Of Photographic Arts

619-238-7559
1649 El Prado # 14
San Diego, CA 92101
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on Citysearch Nov 13, 2006
Balboa Park's homage to photography, both moving and still, historic and futuristic. (more)

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on Citysearch Nov 16, 2005
When I was younger I didn't appreciate photography as much as I did real art. But I found that it was because I just didn't see the right photos. This gallery has a number of photos dedicated to the history and social... (more)

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on Citysearch Sep 23, 2005
If you like taking photos, and you enjoy looking at photos taken by both amateur and professional photographers, then you will love the Museum of Photographic Arts. Located in Balboa Park, this is many of the... (more)

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on Citysearch Sep 04, 2005
The Museum of Photographic Arts is my favorite of Balboa Parks museums. Admission is 6 dollars, although there is a 2 dollar discount for students, AAA members, and I believe seniors and military. The photographs... (more)

winnie l.

on Judys Book Aug 16, 2005
There are different types of museums in Balboa Parks. MOPA, museum of photographic arts, often exhibit photos are related to history and cultural from all different places. Museum is free on the 2nd Tuesday every... (more)

Xenia F.

on Judys Book Aug 14, 2005
The Museum of Photographic Arts has to be my favorite museum within Balboa Park. The photographs on display are simply amazing. Currently on display is an exhibit entitled "Landscapes at 100 Megapixels" with... (more)

christian s.

on Judys Book Aug 12, 2005
Movies have really progressed over the years, or have they? The Museum of Photographic Arts is a great place to learn about the history of movies and the changes they have survived through the years. My girlfriend and... (more)

Douglas L.

on Judys Book Aug 12, 2005
This museum is located in Balboa Park. The last time we were at the Museum of Photographic Arts they had a tintype photo exhibition -- where old photos were painted over to create little interesting creatures. They... (more)

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