This San Diego museum features more than 6,000 years of history including books, presentations, articles, puzzles, videotapes, and online resources. The museum is unique because it provides multimedia exhibits and focuses primarily on the African- American, Spanish, and Mexican heritage of San Diego and the State of California. The admission to the museum is very affordable and discounts are offered for family groups. The museum features a variety of research material including 6,000 books, 8,000 slides, and 400 video tapes. The Internet materials include information from African-American Museums, African-American Genealogical Societies, and Black Colleges from across the United States. The collection offers both researchers and those with leisure interest in African-American history a chance to learn more and expand their knowledge base. The museum is open daily from 10:30 am until 8 pm and there is free parking in the area. The museum is located near the Old Town Trolley headquarters, so those enjoying a trolley tour can tour the museum before or after their trolley experience begins. The bookstore and gift shop allow you to bing a piece of history home with you. Items include souvenirs and education items with cultural, educational, and historical significance.