Movies at the Museum
Join the Gaslamp Museum for frightening flicks Thursdays in October!
pre-purchased tickets highly recommended.
House on Haunted Hill- 10/5
Carnival of Souls- 10/12
City of the Dead- 10/19
The Corpse Vanishes- 10/26
The Davis-Horton House: Alive with Spirits from the Past? Find out for yourself on an after-hours Paranormal Investigation! Touted by many as, “the most haunted house in the Gaslamp Quarter,” the Davis-Horton House has become a highly popular place for investigating paranormal activities! Classic and modern ghost hunting devices will be used. Join your hosts for an evening of mystery and intrigue!
Join us foolish mortals when the veil is thin and the spirits are waking for a night of frightfully fun activities! Friday the 13th at the Gaslamp Museum will open the doors to downtown San Diego's most haunted building for a night of ghastly delights. Explore the paranormal by learning about popular spirit hunting methods, hear ghost stories straight from those who've lived them, grab a photo looking your ghoulish best, and perhaps even find out what your future holds.... All this and more spooky surprises throughout the night!
Sunset Cliffs Park meanders along a mile and a half of San Diego’s coastline, beckoning tourists and locals alike. These stunning cliffs inspired Albert Spalding, sportsman and visionary, to create a park in 1915 for all to enjoy. Many have left their mark in the century since, including the mighty Pacific Ocean. John Mills, an enterprising land baron, restored the original park, only to have it fall into neglect during the Depression and World War II. It became a popular spot for pioneering surfers and divers in the postwar boom. The park’s colorful sunsets and landscape attracts artists, children and others that enjoy beauty. This month learn the history of Sunset Cliffs Park with author Kathy Blavatt.
Wednesday, OCTOBER 18th at 7 pm
Lectures are free for GQHF Members, $5 for the public.
Limited seating. Zoom simulcast will also be available!