San Diego Things to Do

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  • 51. The San Diego Museum of Art

    The name has changed a few times over the years and so has the collection grown. Art lovers will enjoy the permanent collection as well as temporary exhibits displayed throughout the year. The...

  • 52. More Museums

    I actually put this on my must do list for San Diego and best of all it is FREE. The Mormon's actually had a Battalion (military) as part of their settlement out West. It is a pretty interesting...

  • 53. SD Trolley-Trains

    Also Known as Union Station of San Diego, It is the main Pacific Surliner/Amtrak train and San DiegoTrolley Depot of San Diego. The Santa Fe Depot is located in downtown San Diego on Kettner Blvd and...

  • 54. Black's Beach

    Black's Beach is one of the many beaches of San Diego California. Although part of it is property of the city, the other parts are in the zone of the state park, and are tolerating nudity. It is...

  • 55. U.S.S. Navy

    We were privileged on our return from whale-watching to witness the deployment of the USS Abraham Lincoln, putting to sea for an extended tour. All shipping was halted nearby as our carrier put to...

  • 56. Belmont Park

    Belmont Park is a beachfront amusement park in Mission Beach that offers several different rides, arcade games, shops, and restaurants. I can't say I come here for the rides, games, or shopping, but...

  • 57. Embarcadero Marina Park North

    San Diego is blessed with a gorgeous seaside. One of the most pleasureable, scenic spots to walk in the city is at the Embarcadero. If you desire to take a sailing tour, this is the place to visit....

  • 58. SD Convention Center

    San Diego Convention Center, steps away from Gaslamp Quarter, is a huge downtown venue beloved by a great variety of visitors every year. Usually attended by business types, the center is great for...

  • 59. Chargers Football

    It is owned and operated by the City of San Diego and home of the San Diego Chargers, San Diego Padres (until 2004), San Diego State University Aztecs, and Holiday Bowl. If you are going to the...

  • 60. Childrens Park

    The Children's Park was built as park of San Diego's redevelopment program. This park has a large fountain with reflecting pool as well as plenty of green space. We came upon this park as we were...

  • 61. Museum of Contemporary Art

    Located at 700 Prospect Street, right near La Jolla Cove, this museum and a distinctive shipwreck sculpture that makes is hard to miss. This is one of two contemporary art museum locations, the newer...

  • 62. Living Coast Discovery Center

    This place is small but packs a lot of punch. It is great for kids but adults will like it to. There are walking trails, a shark and ray experience, a turtle lagoon, native plant garden, shorebird...

  • 63. Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

    Anza Borrego State Park is a vast desert area that is at once desolate and alluring. Anza Borrego State Park is the largest State Park in the country. One thing you may plan on while visiting San...

  • 64. CAC Waterfront Park

    One thing about travelling with a preschool age child is you definitely need to take some time to slow down, and of course let them do the things that they love to do. When we noticed the large park...

  • 65. Mengei Museum Collection

    Mingei International Museum is dedicated to furthering the understanding of world folk art. Mingei is a special word used transculturally for "art of the people." It was coined in the early twentieth...

  • 66. Martin Luther King Jr. Promenade

    The Breaking the Chains Sculpture located on the MLK Walkway is one of the many public art installations in San Diego. We came upon this sculpture after passing by the Children's Park on our way to...

  • 67. Junipero Serra Museum - Presidio Park

    In 1769 Spain established the Presidio of San Diego and is the oldest European settlement on the Pacific Coast of the US and Canada. Once a fortified military colony it grew to become the chief...

  • 68. Food - Drink

    Ballast Point Brewing Company began in the early 1990s when a small home brewing supply company began a back room brewery for their favorite beers. The brewery was officially established in 1996, and...

  • 69. Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

    This is the place to go for anyone with a curious mind. It is an intellectual playground for budding scientists. Even if you haven't a scientific bone in your body, you will have fun here and find it...

  • 70. Piazza Basilone Memorial

    Little Italy, San Diego, is a walking experience that one can shop in a true Italian Deli, see and buy if you like, Italian art objects and ceramics, sit is a square and watch the fountain, or dine at...

  • 71. Spreckels Organ Pavilion

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Spreckels Organ Pavilion, housing one of the world's largest outdoor pipe organs, was donated to the City of San Diego by John D. and Adolph Spreckels in 1914 for the Panama-California Exposition....

  • 72. San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

    As we wandered Chinatown we came upon the First Emperor of China Statue. This sculpture is located at the entrance to the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum in San Diego's Gaslamp District. The...

  • 73. Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery

    This area has been a burial ground since before 1847. It became a post cemetery in the 1860s, and a national cemetery in 1934. Most of the people who fell at San Pasqual in 1846 and the victims on the...

  • 74. City Views

    Comic-Con is done two ways- the inner conventional and outer conventional way! San Diego's International Comic-Con (convention) is the biggest modern San Diego event of the year, bringing out comics...

  • 75. Shopping

    This this the best outdoor mall in San Diego. There are over 200 stores on two levels. My favorites are Nordstroms and Tiffany & Co. They are both huge!!! There are great restaurants and the AMC 18...

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