Top Ten Things to do in San Diego
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The always-wonderful weather is only one of the many reasons to visit San Diego. The city offers historic attractions, family-friendly activities and an array of entertainment options. Spend an afternoon at the ballpark, take a tour of the expansive zoo, or browse boutiques and art galleries without leaving the historic Gaslamp District.
Top Ten Things to do in San Diego:
- Petco Park: Located adjacent to the hotel, a visit to Petco Park is one of our favorite Downtown San Diego activities. Watch the San Diego Padres take on their National League rivals, and all with stunning views of the bay.
- San Diego Zoo: This 100-acre zoo houses over 4,000 rare and endangered animals from around the globe. With 800 species represented and over 700,000 exotic plants, the San Diego Zoo is a nature lover’s dream.
- Balboa Park & Museums: This San Diego jewel is the nation’s largest urban cultural park, with 15 museums, an arts venue, green space, and more.
- The Gaslamp District: This 16 ½ block historic quarter is a gem of Downtown San Diego, with Victorian architecture, boutiques, dining, art galleries, and more.
- Seaport Village: Stroll leisurely, people watch, and window shop in Seaport Village, located in Downtown San Diego. The sights and sounds of San Diego Bay are sure not to be missed.
- Hit The Beach: Whether La Jolla, Mission Beach, Coronado Beach, and more, the shores of Southern California the perfect place to gather for a cozy bonfire.
- SeaWorld: Sitting on a bay overlooking San Diego’s oceanfront, SeaWorld San Diego is home to the world-famous Shamu, the Killer Whale.
- USS Midway: Board a floating city at sea—and the longest-serving Navy aircraft carrier of the 20th century—and learn more about over 50 years of world history.
- Legoland: Tour 128 acres of fun at this California kids’ staple. Even adults will marvel at life-sized sculptures, buildings, and more, made entirely out of our favorite children’s toy.
- Old Town State Historic Park: This park celebrates the history of San Diego, featuring original adobes and huts.