NTC at Liberty Station

What is NTC at Liberty Station?
NTC at Liberty Station, located at the former Naval Training Center in Point Loma, is San Diego’s flagship destination for arts, culture, science and technology. With 28 acres of beautifully renovated Spanish Revival architecture, NTC at Liberty Station is a new landmark showcasing San Diego’s creative community, and offering state-of-the-art venues for indoor or outdoor events, parties, seminars, retreats, and meetings.

Who is here?
NTC resident groups include dance companies, theater companies, martial arts, educational groups, multi-disciplinary arts, and Museums & Galleries. Click to view Who is Here >>

What is there to do?
Open seven days a week, NTC at Liberty Station offers dozens of hands-on classes held weekly and provides a plethora of programs with something for everyone. Link to Calandar >>

What is the NTC Foundation?
The NTC Foundation, a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is charged with the preservation and renovation of 26 historic buildings the former Naval Training Center in the Point Loma area of San Diego, California. The Foundation is responsible for the creation of a civic, arts and cultural center to occupy the renovated buildings. Strategic planning of the NTC at Liberty Station is guided by insight gained from public meetings, community roundtables and focus groups. Overall responsibility lies with the NTC Foundation's Board of Directors. Read More >>