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VENUES Liberty Station

VENUES Liberty Station, located at the former Naval Training Center San Diego (NTC), provides 10 unique event spaces for your every need. Our historic indoor banquet hall, stunning historic chapel, scenic courtyards, and outdoor park-like settings can easily accommodate public and private events for up to 3,000 guests. These picturesque and distinctive venues offer versatile space that can be customized to reflect your individual style and vision. Enjoy a midnight curfew and ample complimentary parking. Our experienced event management team is dedicated to providing attentive service to ensure your event’s success and make your experience memorable.

Conveniently located minutes from downtown and the San Diego International Airport, the 28 acres of incredible, historic surroundings are part of the burgeoning ARTS DISTRICT.

 

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Arts District Liberty Station

The Flagship Project of NTC Foundation

San Diego’s newest cultural mecca—a destination for arts and culture at the formal Naval Training Center in Point Loma’s Liberty Station. With 16 of 26 historic buildings completed, ARTS DISTRICT is home to over 80 tenants including artists, galleries, creative businesses, museums, and nonprofits serving San Diego. Over 400,000 people visit ARTS DISTRICT annually, adding $41 million of economic impact and 706 jobs to the region.

NTC Foundation

NTC Foundation is the nonprofit behind the scenes driving this engaging 28-acre campus with cultural programs. The Foundation is now developing the remaining 10 buildings to fulfill community needs. Be part of transforming this historic Navy landmark and creating a gift for the community—all while honoring the legacy of Naval Training Center and those who served.

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NTC History

For more than 75 years, hundreds of thousands of Navy recruits were trained at Naval Training Center San Diego. It was here that these young men and women matured and received the knowledge and skills required for the challenges of military duty. Decommissioned in 1997, NTC has been designated a historic property for its architectural and cultural significance. It is a San Diego treasure and a significant community asset while continuing to hold the memories of past generations of naval recruits whose lives were transformed at NTC.

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