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World’s Largest Lemon

World's Largest Lemon

Sometimes on vacation, you just have to go see something really, well, different—like the World’s Largest Lemon. It’s a 3,000-pound civic lemon statue sits in the center of Lemon Grove, a suburb of San Diego. The enormous fruit draws attention far and wide. Visitors can be seen puckering their mouths as they (Continue reading)

Xplore Offshore

Xplore Offshore

San Diego's Original Ocean Rafting Outfitter For a thrilling and unforgettable ride on the open water go ocean rafting.  This unique ocean experience offers open-ended adventures off the coast of San Diego, Mission Bay, Catalina Island or Mexico. You will feel the wind in your hair, the ocean spray on your face (Continue reading)

Spanish Village Art Center

Spanish Village Art Center

The Spanish Village Art Center in Balboa Park is nestled between the San Diego Zoo and the Natural History Museum in the heart of Balboa Park. This open air art walk is just beautiful. Its multi-colored cobblestones guide you through artists’ studios and galleries. Plus, in the courtyard, you will enjoy the (Continue reading)

Olympic Training Center

Olympic Training Center

Want to see where Olympians hone their remarkable skills? The Chula Vista Olympic Training Center is a 150-acre complex where each year 4,000 athletes commit themselves to excelling in Olympic archery, rowing, canoeing, kayaking, soccer, softball, field hockey, tennis, track and field, and cycling. Facilities here (Continue reading)

San Diego Metropolitan Transit System

San Diego Metropolitan Transit System

GO GREEN WITH PUBLIC TRANSIT San Diego visitors frequently exclaim over how terrific the public transportation system is. That’s because the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) is carefully designed and engineered to provide seamless, comfortable, and inexpensive transportation throughout the city. MTS (Continue reading)

Seaport Village

Seaport Village

Explore 50-plus diverse shops, 17 unique eateries and outdoor entertainment and find everything under the sun... Waterfront shopping in San Diego has something for everyone. From clothing, souvenirs, and jewelry, you'll get it all with an extraordinary view-no extra charge for the gorgeous (Continue reading)

San Diego Natural History Museum

San Diego Natural History Museum

The San Diego Natural History Museum, aka “The Nat,”, is located in Balboa Park and features fascinating exhibitions that rival the best in the country. Founded in 1874, it’s the oldest scientific institution in Southern California. Its exhibits will educate, delight, inspire, and ultimately let you view our (Continue reading)

San Diego’s Best Pumpkin Patches

San Diego's Best Pumpkin Patches

Halloween is approaching quickly with ghoulish decorations popping up all over town--and no Halloween is complete without pumpkins! You could head out to the grocery store and pick up a pumpkin from the produce department, but what’s the fun in that? No hay rides, no mazes, no petting zoos, and a pretty small (Continue reading)

6th Annual Bow Wow Brunch Cruise

6th Annual Bow Wow Brunch Cruise

Created to raise money and awareness about orphaned pets up for adoption at Helen Woodward Animal Center, Hornblower welcomes you, your family and friends, and your “fur-child” aboard a Champagne Brunch Cruise!  Free-flowing champagne and a full brunch buffet featuring all your favorites including eggs (Continue reading)

Flying Leatherneck Museum

Flying Leatherneck Museum

Do vintage aircraft and military vehicles fascinate you? Does the thought of getting up close and personal with America’s warrior history give you a thrill? Then the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum is for you! This one-of-a-kind aviation museum is museum is located at MCAS Miramar. It features more than 30 (Continue reading)

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