The Mormon Battalion Historic Site located in Old Town San Diego steps out of the 1840’s and into the multi-media world of the 21st century. Your free tour begins in a new hacienda style courtyard reproduced in great detail to represent the 1800’s. Visitors will literally experience history through exciting new (Continue reading)
Experience San Diego like a local insider!
So Diego Tours is a lifestyle tour company that appeals to more than the "guidebook tourist", but to visitors & locals looking to experience San Diego in a way that each guest feels like a VIP Insider. So Diego specializes in weekly culinary & sightsseing tours as (Continue reading)
San Diego is best known for its sandy beaches and famous attractions, but after dark the city offers paranormal seekers plentiful historic and ghostly destinations. Named the most haunted house in America, the historic Whaley House lures enthusiasts of the paranormal to explore the ghostly property, built in the (Continue reading)
Carpe PM– Seize The Night!” It’s dark . . .fog swirls . . .music pounds . . .shadows come to life . . .screams of laughter fill the air . . . It’s Laser Tag at ULTRAZONE, The Ultimate Laser Adventure Discover the nocturnal world of San Diego’s only genuine multi-level laser tag.
Since 1995 ULTRAZONE (Continue reading)
The mission statement that the Cygnet Theatre goes by is “believing in the power of theatre to startle the soul, ignite debate and embrace the diversity of the community in which it serves, Cygnet Theatre Company is fearlessly committed to the dissection, examination and celebration of the human story through the (Continue reading)
For a fun, unique way to explore San Diego, climb aboard the Old Town Trolley. Relax, let someone else do the driving and listen to humorous, educational commentary about San Diego’s culture and history while you take in the sights.
With frequent stops throughout San Diego, you can hop on and off the trolley (Continue reading)
It was here in 1769 that Father Junipero Serra came to establish the very first of 21 missions as the cornerstone of California’s colonization. Today, Old Town San Diego preserves the rich cultural heritage that characterized San Diego during the period of 1821-1871 and offers more than 150 shops, award-winning (Continue reading)
Old Town San Diego is often referred to as the “birthplace of San Diego.” This is where the original Mexican pueblo was established in 1821, and today, Fiesta de Reyes continues to celebrate its rich culture and history. Lined with plenty of shops, restaurants, and fun things to see, Fiesta de Reyes is fun for the (Continue reading)
Heritage Park near San Diego State Historic Park in Old Town keeps the architectural history of San Diego alive. This 7.8-acre park is dedicated to the preservation of San Diego’s Victorian architecture. When expansion downtown after WWII threatened these structures with demolition on their original sites, (Continue reading)
San Diego has earned its reputation as a premiere and sophisticated theatre town boasting two Tony Award-winning theatres. More shows have been sent to Broadway from San Diego than any other city in America. With over 150 adventurous theatres of all sizes in the area, San Diego’s theatre scene is one of the most (Continue reading)