CHA's Museum Galleries are closed for Installation. Coming soon!
Uprooted: The Story of the Japanese Americans of Coronado
The Coronado Historical Association is proud to announce the upcoming exhibit Uprooted. From immigration in the early 20th century to internment during World War II and post-war resettlement, Uprooted traces the stories of Japanese American families in Coronado. Visit the exhibit to explore the influence of Japanese-style landscape arts in American society through gardens such as Coronado's Japanese Tea Garden. More information will be released through our social media platforms & newsletters.
The Museum presents thought-provoking exhibitions on a wide variety of subjects each year. Past exhibitions include Wings of Gold the Centennial of Naval Aviation, The Kingston Trio: A World of Music, and Inspired: 100 Year of Coronado Schools. Exhibition
Invitations to the exhibition opening previews and events
Name or logo credit in all exhibition and program materials, including invitations, History Matters, signage, press releases, website, e-newsletters and mailings to members
Directlink between your website and the Coronado Historical Association website
Opportunity to host private receptions at the Museum’s Lecture Hall
Become a member
Join us and help preserve and share Coronado's unique and wonderful history with intriguing exhibits and innovative programs for all ages.
MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS INCLUDE:
- Two complimentary tickets to our Historic Walking Tour of Coronado
- Invites to members-only events
- ...and much more!