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SAN DIEGO — San Diego Museum Month is returning for its 34th year in February, offering half-priced admissions to over 60 museums and other popular destinations throughout San Diego County.

In order to be eligible, residents or visitors must pick up a free Museum Month pass (which is good for up to four half-price admissions at any of the participating museums) beginning Jan. 26 at more than 75 local libraries, the San Diego Museum Council stated in a press release Thursday.

Guests can use the passes at as many of the museums as they’d like until Feb. 28.

“Museum Month is all about getting out and exploring everything that San Diego has to offer,” said San Diego Museum Council Executive Director Bob Lehman. “Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you’ll always find something new each year – from a new exhibition to a hidden neighborhood gem, as well as fun ideas for family day-trips or date-night destinations. In addition to the dozens of venues offering half-off admissions in February, we will be showcasing the many museums that are free year-round, so there really is something for everyone.”

Special half-off admission sites include a diverse range of museums, historic sites, gardens, aquariums and other cultural destinations in the area.

Here are the locations where Museum Month passes will be available:

  • San Diego County Library
  • San Diego Public Library
  • Carlsbad Public Library
  • Chula Vista Public Library
  • Coronado Public Library
  • Escondido Public Library
  • National City Public Library
  • Oceanside Public Library