The museum returns to its home in the NTC at Liberty Station arts and culture district with the opening of an exhibit highlighting narratives of resilience.
Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and admission is free.
The institution’s mission is to celebrate the contributions of America‘s immigrant communities through educational programming, including an oral histories project, an immigrant essays competition, forums, visual arts exhibitions and civic events.
“This has been quite a journey, but I had faith this day would come…and it has,” said Szekely, the mastermind behind Rancho La Puerta Spa and Golden Door.
Szekely, 92, conceived the museum as an institution that would convene people of all cultures to celebrate the myriad of experiences and contributions that immigrants have made to build the United States.
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