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San Diego Things To Do
San Diego is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. In addition to excellent climate and beaches, enjoy San Diego attractions such as the San Diego Zoo, LEGOLAND, Balboa Park, Old Town San DIego, and Sea World San Diego, or explore the many diverse neighborhoods and districts that San Diego has to offer. Let yourself indulge in world-class San Diego dining, and immerse yourself in this vibrant city. For exciting San Diego events, our city is home to legendary events such as the annual Rock n' Roll Marathon, Street Scene, and Comic-Con. Whatever you choose to do on your visit, our San Diego hotels are centrally located to many of the city's best attractions.
San Diego Attractions & Things To Do
Get ready for exciting things to do to create a San Diego adventure. San Diego offers many fun activities, attractions and events - from SeaWorld San Diego to San Diego Padres baseball, or San Diego Chargers football games. Use this quick guide to find wonderful attractions and things to do in San Diego, where there's never a dull moment!
Gaslamp QuarterThis 16 ½ block historic neighborhood in downtown San Diego is the center of shopping, entertainment, dining, and also is the location of the San Diego Convention Center. Horton Plaza and Fashion Valley Shopping CentersFashion Valley 7007 Friars Road San Diego, CA 92101 619-239-8180
San Diego's finest collection of stores in a beautiful outdoor shopping center featuring 200 shops & restaurants.
Horton Plaza 324 Horton Plaza San Diego, CA 92149 619-574-6685
These shopping and entertainment centers are home to an extensive list of stores, from designer fashions, a broad range of retail, as well as restaurants and movie theaters. Seaport Village849 West Harbor Drive San Diego, CA 619-235-4014
This 14-acre waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment complex includes 54 boutique stores, 13 casual restaurants and 4 upscale dining establishments. Performers frequently put on live entertainment throughout the boardwalk, including musicians, caricaturists, face painters, and more. PETCO Park100 Park Boulevard San Diego, CA 92101 619-795-5025
PETCO Park is home to San Diego's baseball team, the Padres. One of the most family-friendly things to do in San Diego, catching a Padres baseball game is a great activity for visitors of any age! Bring a picnic and enjoy the game at the "Park at the Park," a grassy hill behind the ball field. San Diego HarborSan Diego Harbor is full of cool activities. Along the harbor, you can catch a whale watching tour, visit the Maritime Museum, tour the USS Midway or the Star of India tall ship, visit the cruise ship terminal and see eye-catching art and street performers! For some great views, hop aboard a water taxi and see the harbor from the water!
San Diego Zoo2920 Zoo Drive San Diego, CA 92112 619-231-1515
One of the most famous zoos in the world and a popular San Diego attraction, the San Diego Zoo is home to over 4,000 animals, including the rare Giant Panda. Take a bus tour, an aerial gondola ride, or a leisurely stroll through the 107-acre park for an up close look at some amazing animals. Balboa Park1549 El Prado San Diego, CA 92101
Balboa Park is a cultural hotspot consisting of a collection of San Diego attractions. Enjoy the beautifully landscaped gardens while you walk between the park's 14 museums, with popular favorites like the San Diego Air and Space Museum, San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego Natural History Museum, and the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center. Balboa Park is also home to a variety of performing arts theatres and attractions like the San Diego Zoo, the Balboa Park Carousel, and the United Nations building. Old Town San Diego State Historic Park4002 Wallace Street San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 220-5422
A must-see for all travel itineraries, Old Town San Diego is California's first Spanish settlement when a mission and a fort were established in 1769. As a free admission public state park, visitors are offered a glimpse into yesteryear, as converging cultures transformed San Diego from a Mexican pueblo to an American settlement. Visitors can experience a working blacksmith shop, enjoy live music, and walk through original adobe buildings and visit with docents in character. The historic parks include museums, retail shops and several restaurants and enjoy excellent authentic Mexican cuisine. San Diego BeachesFor many locals, a day at the beach is a way of life. San Diego has over 70 miles of pristine coastline which includes gorgeous habitats and family fun! For a slice of California beach life, walk along the paved boardwalk at Mission Beach, also home to Belmont Park, this houses the Giant Dipper roller-coaster. The coaster was originally built in 1925, a classic carousel, and modern thrill rides. Another beautiful beach is in the city of La Jolla, just to the North. One of the smallest beaches, it has great tide pools, playful sea lions, and a rocky cove. Check the tide tables to be sure you get there at low tide! SeaWorld San Diego500 Sea World Drive San Diego, CA 619-226-3900
This world-famous San Diego attraction is home to bottlenose dolphins, sea lions, sharks, penguins, and of course, Shamu! Come discover life under the sea at this expansive marine water park, and prepare for the visit of a lifetime!