Your ultimate guide for Things To Do in San Diego!

     
Page 1 of 1312345...10...Last »

San Diego History Center

San Diego History Center

When you’re in San Diego, you may wonder how this vibrant, diverse, and exciting city came to be? The Museum showcases San Diego’s colorful and diverse history with dynamic exhibitions that detail the past, explore the present, and project into the future. Through January 2015, the San Diego History Center (Continue reading)

The Botanical Building in Balboa Park

The Botanical Building in Balboa Park

The Botanical Building in Balboa Park is a stunning collection of 2,100 plants, including cycads, ferns, orchids, tropical plants, and palms. During spring, the Botanical Building exhibits some of Balboa Park’s most incredible flowers and buds. A slow stroll through the Botanical Building is peaceful and (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)

The New Children’s Museum

The New Children's Museum

Play! Think! Create! The New Children’s Museum in Downtown San Diego introduces the wonder of creativity to children and encourages them to tap into their natural curiosity. The New Children's Museum features the works of wonderful contemporary artists. The pieces are created with tactile, physical and (Continue reading)

Mt. Soledad

Mt. Soledad

When someone describes Mt. Soledad’s great view, words only paint a partial picture. To truly experience what that means, you simply must see it for yourself. It’s just south of La Jolla, and visible from the 5 freeway. Look to the west and you’ll see the Mt. Soledad Cross, high atop Mt. Soledad. This lovely (Continue reading)

Museum of Making Music

Museum of Making Music

The What Music Means to Me Project was begun by Richard Rejino to raise public awareness of the benefits of music in education and in the quality of our lives. One element of Rejino's project is his book, What Music Means to Me (published by Hal Leonard, 2010).  In it he combines his original photographs with (Continue reading)

San Diego Air & Space Museum

San Diego Air & Space Museum

The San Diego Air & Space Museum has an impressive collection of historical air and spacecraft from all over the world. One of the highlights is a working flying replica of Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis—it's a fascinating look at the challenges Charles Lindbergh faced, especially compared with the (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)

USS Midway Museum

USS Midway Museum

  This year, the USS Midway Museum at Navy Pier at the San Diego Harbor celebrates its 10-year anniversary! Thanks to all of San Diego and supporters across the nation, the USS Midway Museum is the most-visited naval ship museum in the world! Guests can spend the day exploring the collection of 29 restored (Continue reading)

Page 1 of 1312345...10...Last »