Spring in San Diego

Spring in San Diego includes seventy miles of beautiful beaches, acres of flowers, 263 sunny days and plenty more! Making San Diego the perfect place to enjoy Spring and your Easter holiday.  We’ve put together this list of the top springtime Things To Do:


Easter Cruises in San Diego

Spring in San Diego


Vibrant colors, delicious desserts, crisp bubbly, and the Easter Bunny–that’s what makes an Easter celebration for the books. San Diego’s laid-back elegance and lively city provide the perfect environment for an Easter brunch and a refined 3-course dinner cruise. 




The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch

Take yourself out of the ordinary and spend a few hours in one of nature’s Springtime wonders; a place where kids can run and adults can linger. This 50 acres of extraordinary color, better known as The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch®, is in bloom on a hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean and offers a special nursery, garden, and gift shop by Armstrong Garden Centers in addition to festivals throughout the season including a Wine Tasting and photography courses. Open through May 12thGet your tickets here.



Butterfly Jungle

San Diego Zoo Safari ParkWelcome Spring and marvel as thousands of butterflies fill the air and land to feed just inches away from you and your camera! Wear bright colors, and the winged wonders might think you’re a flower and land on you! Visit the San Diego Zoo Safari Park March 23 through May 12! Read more.





Easter Buffet

Join The Waffle Spot for a yummy Easter Buffet! Featuring the favorite Omelet Station, Traditional Mexican dishes, Glazed Ham, Chef’s Dessert display and more! April 21 11 am to 3:30 pm. Read more.




Cafe Sevilla Easter Brunch

Celebrate Easter at Cafe Sevilla, Sunday, April 21st starting at 10 am. We are planning a wonderful Easter celebration at Sevilla this year. You can enjoy a 9 Course Tapas Brunch while listening to live Spanish music. The menu includes a selection of award-winning tapas such as 14 hour braised short ribs, pan seared salmon, Spanish eggs benedict and lemon tart for dessert. Chef Miguel will also be preparing their famous Paella Valenciana, See the Easter menu here. Read more.



San Diego Botanic Garden

Spring in San DiegoChildren are invited to meet the gentle San Diego Botanic Garden bunny for a photo op, decorate their own bunny ears, and get a bunny face painting during this fun springtime event. You can also visit real bunnies in a petting zoo, plant a spring flower to take home, and make some colorful spring crafts. At 12:30 pm, the big bunny will lead a parade through the Native Plant Native People Trail.  Saturday, April 20. Read more.



For more Spring and Easter holiday ideas check out our Event Calendar of Things To Do



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