Bring the entire family to San Diego. 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. The area draws visitors of all ages with attractions like Legoland, San Diego Zoo, San Diego Zoo Safari Park and Sea World. Old Town San Diego, Gaslamp quarter and Balboa park are the quintessential San Diego hotspots. From the finest shopping to museums, this area of San Diego is well-known for being a trendy locale. 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.
Get up close and personal to some of the worlds rare and exotic wildlife at the world famous San Diego Zoo. Be captivated by the gentle Giant Pandas, Gao Gao and Bai Yun. See Koalas and Kangaroos, Polar Bears, and Gorillas, and ride on the Skyfari aerial tram for a bird's eye view.
Dubbed as the zoo of the future, the 1,800-acre wildlife preserve mimics the natural habitats of African and Asian animals. Explore San Diego Zoo's Wild Animal Park aboard a narrated railway tour or get up close with rare and exotic animal ambassadors. The world will never look the same again.
San Diego is a shoppers paradise. Shopping in San Diego is not your typical retail experience, in this town, it's all about the outdoors. Visit a few of the many malls, neighborhood trendy boutiques or bargin filled outlet malls. San Diego boasts shopping opportunities to suit all styles and budgets
Explore the many unique and diversified areas of San Diego's vibrant Downtown, the Embarcadero with it's breath-taking habor views, and the historic Gaslamp Quarter with it's old-world buildings.
|Seaport Village||The Children's Museum|
|Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego - Downtown||PETCO Park|
|Little Italy||Firehouse Museum|
|Coronado Ferry||San Diego Chinese Historical Museum|
|USS Midway Museum|
Old Town San Diego is the birth-place of San Diego and within its one mile length and one-half mile width, encompasses within its boundaries most of the important aspects of San Diego's early history
Spend the day walking around original buildings dating back to 1821, and travel back in time to learn about San Diego's history.
Ranked as one of the best parks in the world, Balboa Park with its immense variety of institutions, gardens, and artistic elements best preserves San Diego culture. Truely a destination for everyone, Balboa Park is situated on 1,200 acres of beautifully landscaped ground, and comprised of 15 museums, renowned performaning arts venues, beautiful gardens and the world famous San Diego Zoo.
|San Diego Zoo||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||San Diego Hall of Champions Sports Museum|
|Mingei International Museum||The Old Globe Theatre|
|Reuben H. Fleet Science Center|
La Jolla is known as the jewel of the Pacific, with many upscale shops and restaurants
This part of San Diego is considered the most southwesterly section of the United States. South Bay is home to Imperial Beach. Boasting miles of big surf beaches and wetlands, Imperial Beach
|SeaPort Village||Downtown San Diego Attractions|
|SeaWorld||San Diego Zoo|
|San-Diego Embarcadero||Birch Aquarium|
|LEGOLAND California||USS Midway|
|Getting Around San Diego||Compass Card|