There are many exhibits at the Chula Vista Heritage Museum.
At present, “The Filipinos of South Bay,” is the featured exhibit and tells the journey of Filipinos from the Philippines to the South Bay. It will provide Philippine history, the geography and waves of migration. It will feature stories of Filipinos in the military, education, business and government as well as themes of Philippine organizations and pageants, from faith to fiestas, and building community through dance and music,” said Anamaria Cabato, co-chair of the exhibit’s planning committee.
“The purpose of the exhibit is to share the history of the Philippines and how Filipino immigrants came to this country. It will share the importance of community in bringing connections and contributions that helped us find a place where we belong.”
Other current exhibits:
Chula Vista Fire Department Centennial
Chula Vista Fire Department Commemorates Its Centennial on May 2, 2021. The exhibit at the Chula Vista South Library on Orange Avenue provides a look back at the 100 year history of Chula Vista Fire Department through interviews and photo archives. Video