The museum is finally able to reopen so you can see the entire magnificent, mysterious Villa Montezuma Museum, a Queen Anne Victorian house! Their soft reopening weekend was Saturday, September 25, and Sunday, September 26. Tours are on the hour. The first tour begins at 1:00 p.m. and the last tour begins at 4:00 p.m. Admission costs per person:
Active Duty Military, Seniors 65+, and students with ID: $12
Children age 6 -12: $7
Children 5 and under: Free with a paid adult
Group rates for groups of six or more adults: $10
Your admission fee helps them raise funds for further restoration at the Villa Montezuma Museum!
Special Exhibit: A World in Mourning: Bereavement in the Victorian Age. See this fascinating exhibit that explains how Victorians coped with death. This includes period clothing and jewelry that you’ll want to see!
Reserve your spot now!
1) Due to the ongoing pandemic, please reserve your time slot via texting them at 619-233-8833.
2) Museum location: 1925 K Street, corner of 20th & K, in the Sherman Heights Historic District of San Diego, just east of downtown and the East Village. There is plenty of no-cost parking near the Villa in the neighborhood.
3) For the soft reopening, please bring cash to pay for your admission (they will soon be able to take your credit cards).
4) In California any unvaccinated person should wear a mask.
There is no eating, drinking, or photography allowed inside this historic site.