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San Diego Archaeological Center

San Diego Archaeological Center

The San Diego Archaeological Center is a curation facility and museum where visitors can learn the story of how people have lived in San Diego County for the past 10,000 years. In addition to its role as a museum, the Center serves as an education and research facility and is the only local organization dedicated to (Continue reading)

Sailing In San Diego

Sailing In San Diego

Whether capturing the romance of the sun setting into the Pacific, searching for dolphins, whales and other sea life, or just out for a breezy adventure, go sailing and experience the beauty and serenity of San Diego. Sailing is a great family activity where you can cruise along, enjoy a picnic, take in views of San (Continue reading)

Let’s Go Bowling

Let's Go Bowling

According to Wikipedia, Bowling is a sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a bowling ball along a flat surface, usually a wooden or synthetic surface, either into pins or to get close to a target ball. Bowling is an anaerobic type of physical exercise, similar to walking with free weights. Bowling (Continue reading)

Spanish Village Art Center

Spanish Village Art Center

Stroll through San Diego’s most coveted secret for art lovers at Spanish Village in Balboa Park. Built in 1935, the quaint buildings and courtyards render a charming old village in Spain for the second California Pacific International Exposition. After the exposition, the popular attraction reopened in 1937 as an (Continue reading)

California Watersports

California Watersports

California Watersports is a paradise for water activities. They offer calm, uncrowded water with private areas for operation. Also on the premises is So Cal's premier Wakeboard & Waterski shop, Wakesports Unlimited. Rent a wave runner, boat, stand-up paddle board, and more for a fun-filled day on the glassy water (Continue reading)

Historical Presidio Park

Historical Presidio Park

Visitors are captivated by the sweeping panoramic views of the city, the San Diego River Valley, Mission Bay, and the Pacific Ocean at the historic Presidio Park. The 50-acre park is always a popular spot for family gatherings and picnicking, but is also often used for weddings and other special events because of (Continue reading)

Columbus Day

Columbus Day

In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue… and today we commemorate his crew’s arrival in the Americas with Columbus Day. This year, Columbus Day falls on Monday, October 14th. Columbus Day become a federal holiday in 1937. Prior to that, his crew's voyage had been unofficially celebrated annually with festivals (Continue reading)

Family Fun Night at SD Botanic Garden

Family Fun Night at SD Botanic Garden

May 29 – August 28, 2014 The Garden stays open until 8 pm on Thursday nights from May 29 – August 28. There will be activities for children and music in the Hamilton Children’s Garden. We will open on May 29 with Hullabaloo, San Diego’s own award-winning kid-folk duo, who will also perform on July 17 and (Continue reading)

Night at the Mission

Night at the Mission

Night at the Mission Fundraiser for Old Mission Montessori School Heritage Garden, Historic Mission San Luis Rey Join Old Mission Montessori School for our 3rd Annual evening of wine tasting, featuring international and domestic selections, and beer tasting from local breweries.  The event will be held on (Continue reading)

Coronado Ferry Landing

Coronado Ferry Landing

Whether you come by car, boat or aboard the San Diego Bay Ferry, Coronado Ferry Landing is the perfect place for your day trip! Located in the City of Coronado, you'll discover a charming collection of shops, art galleries, fine restaurants and casual eateries surrounded by swaying palms, waterfalls and Coronado's (Continue reading)

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