Area Atractions



San Diego Museums
As an urban cultural mecca, San Diego is filled with art galleries, exhibits and world-class museums. Balboa Park hosts 15 major museums alone.


Belmont Park
Belmont Park is an historic theme park located on the beach in the Mission Bay area of San Diego, California. A popular spot for tourists and locals.


USS Midway Museum
The USS Midway has a variety of exhibits and activities, including a flight simulator,watching active duty military ceremonies or listening to pilots share their stories.


Birch Aquarium
More than 60 fish tanks, a 13,000-gallon shark reef with brown-banded bamboo sharks, and the Tide Pool Plaza featuring three living tide pools.


Balboa Park
Balboa Park is one of San Diego's most popular tourist attractions. It has 15 museums and offers a unique variety of performing arts venues and attractions including the San Diego Zoo.


Fiesta de Reyes
Located in Old Town Historic Park, Fiesta de Reyes is comprised of two restaurants, Barra Barra Saloon and Casa de Reyes, 16 one-of-a-kind specialty shops and Cosmopolitan Hotel.

Seaport Village
Seaport Village overlooks the beautiful San Diego Bay. The attraction consists of more than 50 one-of-a-kind places to shop, plus galleries, restaurants, cafes, a lagoon and more.


Spanish Village
This attraction, located in Balboa Park, consists of small buildings and courtyards that were created in 1935 to resemble an old village in Spain. See studios, galleries and local artwork.


Gaslamp Quarter
The Gaslamp is known for it's shopping, exquisite dining and vibrant nightlife. At Horton Plaza on Fourth Avenue, you will find five levels of stores in an outdoor shopping mall.


Cabrillo National Monument
The Cabrillo Monument is located in the southern-most part of Point Loma. It was created to honor Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo for being the first to stand on West Coast land.