Your ultimate guide for Things To Do in San Diego!

     
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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)

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)

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)

San Diego Maritime Museum

San Diego Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum of San Diego, located in the San Diego Bay, is an incredible place where you and your family can explore history first-hand. The Maritime Museum, established in 1948, has the largest collection of historic sea vessels in the United States. The Star of India (1863) is the centerpiece of the (Continue reading)

Fiesta de Reyes – Old Town

Fiesta de Reyes - Old Town

Fiesta Del Reyes delivers the best in traditional Mexican mariachi music. Excellent dining, unique merchandise, fine art. And the best margarita in San Diego for only 5 bucks! Located in the heart of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, Fiesta de Reyes is a vibrant and exciting dining, shopping and entertainment (Continue reading)

Cabrillo National Monument

Cabrillo National Monument

Climbing out of his boat and onto shore in 1542, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo stepped into history as the first European to set foot on what is now the West Coast of the United States. Cabrillo National Monument tells the story of his 16th century exploration of the area. And there’s even more! The two-mile Bayside (Continue reading)

Balboa Park, San Diego

Balboa Park, San Diego

Balboa Park near Downtown San Diego is a 1,200-acre urban landscape of culture and arts! Put Balboa Park on your must-visit list. In addition to expansive and lovely open spaces and walking paths, it contains some of the best museums in all of San Diego, including The San Diego Air & Space Museum, the San Diego (Continue reading)

Old Town, San Diego

Old Town, San Diego

Old Town San Diego bills itself as the “Birthplace of California.” This might seem like a large statement, but when you begin to explore this amazing area, you’ll see how it earned that title. Nestled in the heart of San Diego where Interstate 5 and Interstate 8 meet, Old Town San Diego has 17 historic points (Continue reading)

Things To Do This Weekend: September 5th – September 7th

Things To Do This Weekend: September 5th - September 7th

Click Here For Complete Event Calendar Maritime Impressions When: September 5th -  Sept 7th / 9am - 8pm Location: 1492 North Harbor Drive Cost: $16 The artists of the Plein Air Painters Association of San Diego(PAPASAN) exhibit 35 impressionistic, contemporary paintings which document the rich beauty of San (Continue reading)

Labor Day Weekend Activities 2014

Labor Day Weekend Activities 2014

Here's our Top Picks for Things To Do this Labor Day Weekend:   Festival of Sail at San Diego Maritime Museum Festival of Sail is the LARGEST Tall Ship festival on the west coast and is hosted at the Maritime Museum of San Diego. Thursday will kick off with a Tall Ship Parade! Watch the ships majestically sail (Continue reading)

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