New Exhibit Opening April 2018!

Would you share your secrets with a stranger?

Secrets are the currency of intimacy. They reflect our darkest thoughts, brightest hopes, and every emotion in between. They’re deeply personal, but extremely relatable. They allow us to feel alone, together.

For over a decade, millions of people from all over the world have been anonymously sharing their secrets with Frank Warren, founder of the community art project, PostSecret. Each postcard submission is a unique work of art handmade by people who needed to share and release their secret into the world.

Now you can share in those secrets in this brand-new exhibit:

  • Experience thousands of original postcards from the PostSecret project
  • Discover San Diego’s secrets from locals
  • Share your secrets by creating and submitting a postcard of your own
  • And more!

Join the PostSecret community and explore the power secrets have to connect us all…you won’t leave a stranger.

Be a Part of the Exhibit!

You don’t have to wait until April to get involved with the PostSecret exhibit! Check out the video below where Frank Warren shares how you can help us collect more secrets to feature in the exhibit.

We are also collecting audio secrets for the exhibit! To share your secret call 619-269-3894 and leave a voicemail.

*Update* Due to the high volume of requests, postcards are now available for pickup-only at the Museum. Email us at to pick up your own bundle of postcards to pass out!

Keep up with the latest PostSecret exhibit news by joining the Museum’s and Frank Warren’s mailing lists:

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Meet the PostSecret Street Team

In preparation for this new exhibit, our PostSecret Street Team will be hosting “pop-up” postcard-making stations throughout San Diego County over the next six months to collect and share San Diego’s secrets in the exhibit!

Check our calendar of events for updates on where the PostSecret Street Team will be next.

Here’s a peek at some of the postcards that will be featured in the new exhibit.