An advertisement for the Fleet Science Center.

Alcazar Garden, named because its design is patterned after the gardens of Alcazar Castle in Seville, Spain, lies adjacent to the Institute of Contemporary Art, San Diego and Mingei Museum. This formal garden, bordered by boxwood hedges, is planted with 7,000 annuals for a vibrant display of color throughout the year. The garden has been reconstructed to replicate the 1935 design by San Diego architect Richard Requa.

An advertisement for the Fleet Science Center's Color in a New Light exhibition.