The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego or MCASD has two locations. The first is in the heart of downtown San Diego, and the second is in La Jolla, a coastal community of San Diego proper. The museum locations are dedicated to preserving works of art in all media, from the 1950s to the present. There is a variety of exhibition space in both centers with international pieces, public programs, and a large schedule of moving exhibits. MCASD in La Jolla has an ocean view in the Edwards Garden Gallery. It is also possible for visitors to lunch on the patio at Museum Café. The Museum's X Store provides a number of books, apparel, and design objects for purchase.
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in La Jolla is found at 700 Prospect Street. The hours are 11am to 5pm Thursday through Tuesday. Every third Thursday of the month, the museum is open 11am to 7pm mostly for special exhibits. The museum is not open on Wednesdays. General admission is $10, seniors and military $5, and students with ID are $5. Anyone under 25 is free with proper ID. They also have memberships for purchase.