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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)

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)

Cabrillo National Monument

Cabrillo National Monument

Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo stepped into history when he climbed out of his boat onto the shore of what is now the West Coast of the United States in the year 1542. As the first European to step foot onto the southern California coast, he described the San Diego Bay as “a very good enclosed port”. Historians believe (Continue reading)

Mt. Soledad

Mt. Soledad

Mt. Soledad takes the prize for the most serene and breathtaking panoramic view of San Diego and its coastline.  No matter which direction you gaze, you will be captivated by San Diego’s effortless beauty! The 822-foot mountain retreat, located between La Jolla and Pacific Beach, is topped by the famous 29-foot (Continue reading)

San Diego Mormon Battalion

San Diego Mormon Battalion

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 (Continue reading)

Balboa Park, San Diego

Balboa Park, San Diego

Named after the Spanish Maritime Explorer, Vasco Nunez de Balboa, Balboa Park is home to 15 major museums, the World Famous San Diego Zoo, performing arts groups, international culture organizations as well as hiking and biking trails. It is the nation’s largest urban cultural park covering 1,200 acres in the (Continue reading)

San Diego Maritime Museum

San Diego Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum of San Diego enjoys a worldwide reputation for excellence in restoring, maintaining and operating historic vessels. The museum has one of the world’s finest collections of historic ships, including the world’s oldest active ship the Star of India. Founded in 1948, the museum grew out of a (Continue reading)

Winter Olympics Viewing Party Aboard USS Midway

Winter Olympics Viewing Party Aboard USS Midway

Watch the Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony from Sochi, Live Aboard the USS Midway! Free admission for family-style event.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  Olympic sport demonstrations, skating rink, snow, raffles, interactive Olympic sports activities for all ages, giant indoor and outdoor screens.  Meet Olympic (Continue reading)

William Heath Davis House

William Heath Davis House

The William Heath Davis House is the oldest house in San Diego's historic Gaslamp Quarter, dating back to 1850. When William Heath Davis was trying to start his "New Town" by San Diego Bay, there was a shortage of lumber in the area so he had to use pre-fabricated houses that were delivered to San Diego by ship. The (Continue reading)

Historic Adobe Ranches

Historic Adobe Ranches

Adobes are some of the oldest existing buildings on Earth and few of them occupy San Diego. These structures are extremely durable houses made of mud and offer significant advantages due to their thermal mass. They are known to be particularly susceptible to seismic damage during an earthquake. The Rancho (Continue reading)

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