Chicano Park National Historic Landmark

Barrio Logan San Diego

Chicano Park is located in Barrio Logan, also known as Logan Heights, under the Coronado Bridge.  Map  In January 2017, Chicano Park was named a National Historic Landmark.  In the 1970’s, the park was an unoccupied site for protestors.  The most notable mural is the “All the Way to the Bay” mural. Over the years Chicano Park developed into a historic site. Prior to the National Landmark designation, Chicano Park had been included in the National Register of Historic Places. Ideally, a new Chicano Park Museum, focused on art, history and science, will be added to the location. Right now there are a great number of murals that tell a story of the Chicano-Latino Rights movement over the years. Here are just a handful of the beautiful works of art in the park

One must visit the park to appreciate the greatness and beauty of the artistic and historical murals. Murals of classic autos… Symbolic mask murals… Winged-angel bird creatures… Varrio Logan… There’s even a decorative fountain. For more information on Chicano Park, visit the Chicano Park website .

Visit KPBS for a brief introduction to the park.

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