With its sunshine and near-perfect climate, San Diego is a vacationer's paradise. Given the abundant San Diego attractions, beaches and boundless recreational activities, its no wonder the city is naturally a family vacation destination.
On any day in San Diego you may find yourself exploring the hidden treasures of the ocean's depths or the far reaches of outer space. Old Town, Gaslamp quarter or Balboa park is the quintenssential San Diego hot spots. From shopping to museums, this area of San Diego is well-known for being a trendy locale. If you have kids, the new San Diego Children's Museum is a must-see destination. Pacific or Imperial beaches offer a great opportunity to get some exercise or just enjoy some time in the sun.
You will never run out of things to do in San Diego. Below is a list of attractions and activities to help you plan your next visit to beautiful San Diego.
Downtown San Diego Attractions
The New Children's Museum
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego - Downtown
San Diego Chinese Historical Museum
Old Town San Diego
Old Town San Diego
The Whaley House Museum
Balboa Park San Diego Attractions
San Diego Air and Space Museum
San Diego Automotive Museum
San Diego Model Railroad Museum
San Diego Natural History Museum
San Diego Museum of Art
San Diego Museum of Man
San Diego Art Institute
Museum of San Diego History
Museum of Photographic Arts
Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego
San Diego Hall of Champions Sports Museum
Mingei International Museum
The Old Globe Theatre Balboa Park San Diego
Reuben H. Fleet Science Center
Mission Bay / Mission Beach
Mission Bay Park
La Jolla Attractions
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego - LaJolla
Torrey Pines State Reserve
Hotel del Coronado
The Ferry Landing
Museum of History & Art
Cabrillo Monument & Old Point Loma Lightshouse
San Diego North Coast Attractions
Flower Fields of Carlsbad
Del Mar Fairgrounds
Quail Botanical Gardens
Museum of Making Music
South Bay Attractions
U.S. Olympic Training Center
Visiting Tijuana Mexico from San Diego
To get to the Mexican border, take Interstate 5 South. This will take you to the border of Mexico. Take the last US Exit. It's recommended that you leave your car on the American side of the border. Park your car in any of the parking lots at the last US Exit. Another way to get to the border is to take the San Diego Trolley.
Things you should know when visiting Mexico from San Diego
You will need a passport to return to the US
If you decide to take your car across the border, you should know that your American Insurance will not cover you in Mexico. Purchasing the required Mexican Insurance is highly recommended.
Plan extra time getting back into the US, because there is usually a long line.
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