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The Adobe Chapel

The Adobe Chapel

The Adobe Chapel was originally built in 1850 as a home, and was converted to a church by Don José Aguirre in 1858. After having been bulldozed for street realignment in the 1930s, the WPA rebuilt the adobe chapel in 1937. Much of the interior artifacts from the original chapel have been retained, including the (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)

San Diego Air & Space Museum

San Diego Air & Space Museum

Celebrate the remarkable journey of aviation & space flight history and technology at the ever inspiring San Diego Air and Space Museum. Visitors to the museum can view some of the oldest and most significant aircraft specimens in history, ranging from the “Golden Age” of Barnstormers to the exciting World (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)

San Diego Auto Museum

San Diego Auto Museum

The San Diego Automotive Museum stands as a living tribute to the automobile. From over two dozen rare automobiles at Show Stoppers, to their Harley-Davidson collection, the museum is home to one of the finest automotive collections on the West Coast. On special exibit until the end of May is Muscle Cars. Chevy (Continue reading)

Old Mission San Luis Rey de Francia

Old Mission San Luis Rey de Francia

In an effort to bring livestock, fruits, vegetables, flowers and industry into California, Father Junipero Serra embarked on the establishment of the 21 missions along the “El Camino Real” in the late 1700s. Two of these 21 missions can still be found today in San Diego, offering an astonishing glimpse into (Continue reading)

San Diego Museum of Art

San Diego Museum of Art

The San Diego Museum of Art Celebrates Art Alive 2014 Floral interpretations of famous works of art on view April 11-13   San Diego, Calif. – For the 33rd annual Art Alive, nearly 120 floral designers will transform famous works of art from The San Diego Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection into exquisite (Continue reading)

Old Town, San Diego

Old Town, San Diego

Come visit where California began and take a step back in time to a vibrant world of fun, entertainment, and culture in Old Town San Diego. Referred to as the “birthplace” of San Diego, it was here in 1769 that Father Junipero Serra came to establish the very first of 21 missions as the cornerstone of (Continue reading)

San Diego Embarcadero

San Diego Embarcadero

Down along the waterfront is San Diego’s Embarcadero (“the landing place”). Our beautiful bayside boardwalk lies on the edge of the remarkable San Diego Harbor and leads to a variety of maritime museums, restaurants, boating tours and endless shopping. Heading south on the boardwalk you will pass by the B (Continue reading)

USS Midway Museum

USS Midway Museum

Live the adventure and honor the legend at the USS Midway Museum. Embark on an unforgettable adventure with the entire family where you can experience life at sea without even leaving port! Visitors to the Museum can view the longest-serving Navy aircraft carrier of the 20th century and relive nearly 50 years of (Continue reading)

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