Things to do in San Diego

Discussion in 'California' started by Vicolette, Apr 21, 2012.

  1. Vicolette

    Vicolette Super Moderator

    There's so much going on in California cities and San Diego is no exception. If you're planning a visit, here are a few free activities you might want to add to your SD itinerary:

    Take a walk through the Gaslamp Quarter filled with its Victorian architecture, galleries, and boutiques.
    Have a picnic at Torrey Pines State Park, Mission Trails Regional Park or Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
    Drive to Mt. Laguna for a scenic hike.
    Bring your snorkeling or scuba gear and check out the underwater sights at La Jolla Cove.
    Walk the scenic cobblestone pathways that make up Seaport Village. Enjoy window shopping or stopping in one of the many restaurants for refreshments.
  2. GeronimoHK

    GeronimoHK New Member

    what to do in San Diego

    The cove is a great place to go if you are visiting SD... you really cannot miss La Jolla Cove for snorkeling and seeing the amazing seals in their natural habitat. You also have to go to Sea World, hike to Cabrillo National Monument, pass by Birch Aquarium, and take the kids to Legoland.
  3. KipperFG

    KipperFG New Member

    go for scenic drives

    my suggestion is to take a scenic drive up the coast from La Jolla to Oceanside. You will really enjoy that drive since you will be able to pull over if you see some place of interest, visit an antique shop, go to a restaurant to have a bite to eat, or just parking and sitting at a beach and watching people.
  4. Bertulioff

    Bertulioff New Member

    visit these places in San Diego

    when in San Diego, you gotta visit these places:

    Sea World
    San Diego Zoo
    USS Midway
    Wild Animal Park
    Balboa Park and Museums
    Seaport Village
  5. michael_23

    michael_23 New Member

    If you're visiting San Diego, here are some of the top attractions to visit as a family:

    * Sea World
    * San Diego Zoo
    * San Diego Wild Animal Park
    * Legoland
    * Maritime Museum
    * Seaport Village
    * Old Town
    * La Jolla Cove - enjoy the sunset!
    * Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
    * Balboa Park

    After a long day, how about a visit to San Diego's downtown waterfront and take a cruise around the bay. I'm pretty sure all members of the family will love it! Experience the dinner cruises offered by the tour boats or after taking the cruise, share a sumptuous dinner in different dining options nearby.
  6. Vicolette

    Vicolette Super Moderator

    Great list we have going. Here are a few more for folks might enjoy:

    Children's Museum
    San Diego Air & Space Museum
    Maritime Museum of San Diego
    San Diego Surf Museum
    San Diego Natural History Museum

    All of these museums are a great way to spend the day.

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