Your ultimate guide for Things To Do in San Diego!

     
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Reuben H Fleet Science Center

Reuben H Fleet Science Center

R. H. Fleet Rocks The Park - Live Concert Series! Click here for more info The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in San Diego’s Balboa Park takes the idea of science and piles on the fun! When you visit the Fleet, you’ll find eight galleries with more than 100 interactive science exhibits, from touching a (Continue reading)

San Diego Maritime Museum

San Diego Maritime Museum

The life of a seaman is intriguing to many. What is it like to live on a ship? How do you live? What happens if you run into trouble in the middle of the deep blue sea? The Maritime Museum of San Diego, located in the San Diego Bay, has the answers to these intriguing questions and countless more.   The (Continue reading)

San Diego Embarcadero

San Diego Embarcadero

When you take a stroll along the Embarcadero boardwalk that runs along Broadway on the east side of San Diego Bay, you’ll wind past a beautiful waterfront park on Harbor Drive, the San Diego cruise ship terminal, the USS Midway museum ship at Navy Pier, the Star of India and seven other historic vessels (Continue reading)

Encinitas, California

Encinitas, California

Encinitas— Located just a half hour’s drive from Downtown San Diego, Encinitas is one of those beachside communities that seems like another world. Encinitas runs along an unspoiled six-mile stretch of coastline, an unspoiled reminder of what a beach used to look like perhaps half a century (Continue reading)

Escondido, California

Escondido, California

DISCOVER ESCONDIDO! Escondido is the “hidden valley,” a beautiful place with countless outdoor activities that the whole family will enjoy. Palomar Mountain State Park, with its hiking and biking trails, are a wonderful get away. And if you hike to the top of Palomar Mountain’s 6,000 ft. peak, you’ll be (Continue reading)

Old Mission San Luis Rey de Francia

Old Mission San Luis Rey de Francia

California is known for the lovely and historical missions that line its coastal communities. Centuries ago, missionaries set out to create bonds with the Native Americans. Now, those missions are an important way to create connections with the past. Old Mission San Luis Rey in Oceanside was founded in in 1798 by (Continue reading)

USS Midway Museum

USS Midway Museum

  One of the best things about the USS Midway Maritime Museum is that you hear the voices of real Midway sailors narrating the self-guided tour. It’s easy to imagine what life was life at sea aboard one of America’s longest-serving aircraft carriers. Visitors to the USS Midway Museum walk in the footsteps (Continue reading)

Museum of Making Music

Museum of Making Music

Since people first learned how to raise their voices in harmony with others, music has been an intricate part of the social fabric that holds humanity together. The Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad celebrates music and the instruments that bring it to life. The Museum has a permanent display of hundreds of vintage (Continue reading)

Birch Aquarium at Scripps

Birch Aquarium at Scripps

Even those with the greatest imaginations will be in awe when they visit the Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institute of Oceanography in La Jolla. You’ll see every sea creature imaginable, from seahorses to sea turtles to sharks—and some you haven’t imagined, like the giant Pacific Octopus! Throughout 2105, the (Continue reading)

Spanish Village Art Center

Spanish Village Art Center

As Balboa Park near downtown San Diego celebrates its 100th year, the Spanish Art Village, which is nestled within it, celebrate artists. That’s right—the Spanish Art Village is a place filled with artists’ studios, from glass blowers to woodcrafters to painters to sketchers and more. You can see real artists (Continue reading)

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