Here are the top 186 tourist attractions to see in San Diego:

53. San Diego Bay

San Diego Bay

9 km
from city center
53 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

This 12-mile-long bay is the third-largest natural protected bay in California and is situated near the US-Mexico Border. It is located in the vicinity of San Diego, Chula Vista, National City, Imperial Beach and Coronado. It is of importance as it is the homeport to several aircraft carriers. There are many resorts located around the corner. There are many parks and nature preserves along the coastline which attracts visitors all year long. If one is interested in the Museums then there are about Ten Ship Museums in the San Diego Bay where one can see different exhibits and wooden replicas of various stuff.

54. The Wonderfront

The Wonderfront

1 km
from city center
54 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Also called the San Diego port, the Wonderfront is located in San Diego and is an ecstatic place to tune in your energy channels. The most awaited Wonderfront Music and Art Festival is hosted here with a huge footfall. People come in enjoy to the tune of renowned artists as well as to see the amazing artwork put up by the artists. If you want to sway your evenings away to scenic sunsets, amazing food and rocking music this is the place for you. They have organised concerts annually as well in winters to warm up the things for you.

55. Cedar Creek Falls

Cedar Creek Falls
Must visit 5.0 /5

50 km
from city center
55 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Cedar Creek Falls, the largest waterfall in San Diego County, is part of the Cleveland Forest and promises a challenging six miles of hiking experience. The waterfall, situated at a distance of 15Km from Airlie Beach, drops away from a spectacular height of about 80ft, forming a small pool of water at its base, making it a serene attraction for swimming. This pool during summer becomes still and home to different algae as the falls dry out making it the wrong time to visit Cedar Creek Falls.

56. Borrego Palm Canyon

Borrego Palm Canyon
4.5 /5

93 km
from city center
56 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Located in California’s largest state park Anza-Borrego near Borrego Springs in San Diego, Borrego Palm Canyon is a trail promising the picturesque hiking experience towards oases, palm groves, and few waterfalls formed by the year-round creek. One of the very famous and well-operated loop trails amidst desert and water-filled canyons covered with large boulders, desert vegetation like huge ocotillo plants, and desert lavenders. Rich in alluvial soil, the tracks are further left to bloom beautiful flowers after ample rainfall.

57. Maidenhair Falls

Maidenhair Falls
4.5 /5

3,174 km
from city center
57 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Maidenhair waterfalls stand secluded in Anza Borrego desert. A challenging hike through one of its most adventurous canyons named Hellhole Canyon leads the hiker towards an ephemeral and refreshing waterfall cascading from the height of 20 ft in one of the hottest deserts of America. This seasonal rainfall which usually runs dry turns into an elegant white force surrounded by Maidenhair ferns and moss-covered rocks after a hefty rainfall.

58. Los Penasquitos Waterfalls

Los Penasquitos Waterfalls
4.5 /5

23 km
from city center
58 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Gushing inside the uncluttered 4000 acres area of Los Penasquitos preserve, the Penasquitos waterfall is one stunning attraction to sojourn for, when strolling around the loop trails of the preserve. Flowing calmly through volcanic rocks amid many cultural adobes of the preserve, it is positioned at the end of the roundabout of the loop trails. With flat and well-designed tracks, the hike towards the Penasquitos falls is one of the easiest adventures which aids hikers with amiable encounters with more than 500 plant species and 175 types of birds.

59. Mildred Falls

Mildred Falls
4.5 /5

53 km
from city center
59 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Mildred Waterfalls, the tallest in San Diego, is one of the many attractions promised by the Cleveland Forest area. Cascading from a height of about 300 ft, this ephemeral waterfall is best suited to be visited after a hefty rainfall in San Diego County. This lofty waterfall flows through multiple echelons forming many small cascades along its way before descending into the San Diego River basin. One of the sheltered corners in Cleveland forest, the falls can be witnessed at many angles from the Julian side of the trails towards Cedar Creek Falls.

60. Cottonwood Creek Falls

Cottonwood Creek Falls
4.5 /5

64 km
from city center
60 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Cascading from the down slope of Mt. Laguna, Cotton creek waterfalls – a set of small waterfalls and pools, is located near the Pine valley of Cleveland National Forest. Standing in a hot and arid climate of the desert, the falls must be visited after an adequate snowfall on Mt. Laguna as the melting snows form the white cascade of this ephemeral gem of a creek.

61. Horsethief Canyon

Horsethief Canyon
4.5 /5

179 km
from city center
61 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Situated on the east bank of Red Deer River, Horsethief canyon is set on North dinosaur trail. It is one of the brightest gems of Canadian Badlands which has provided numerous fossils from prehistoric times. Visit this site formed with uncanny boulders to picturise the historical legend of stolen horses being hidden in the canyon for illegal trade between US and Canada as it still can be seen as a perfect hideout providing the visitors with an escape from mundanity.

62. Penasquitos Creek Waterfalls

Penasquitos Creek Waterfalls
5.0 /5

27 km
from city center
62 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The east trail head of Penasquitos Canyon, located in southern California, contains a beautiful waterfall as its destination. The easy hike on flat and well-carved trails meanders along the Penasquitos creek which retains water year-round. But the best time to find a heavy white cascade is in spring, winters or just after heavy rainfall in the area. You will be hiking in the shades of many cottonwood trees amidst colorful wildflowers to reach the rock stairs taking you to the bed of the waterfall.

63. Green Valley Falls

Green Valley Falls
5.0 /5

58 km
from city center
63 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Flowing in the Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, the Green valley falls is located off of Highway 79 which is midway between Julian and Descanso. Surrounded by the manzanita trees sheltering numerous species of birds, the Sweetwater river spills over large sarsens to mould a series of small cascades and swimming pits along the trails beginning from the campsite of the Green Valley Campground which is open from May to October. The closed campground adds another 2 miles to the hike as you take an alternate trail to first reach the campground on foot and hike from there to reach the falls.

64. El Salto Falls

El Salto Falls
4.5 /5

53 km
from city center
64 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Hidden at the base of a Kohl’s parking lot, the waterfall lies on the border of Carlsbad and Oceanside. The waterfall which was once sacred for natives of that area, along with the entire Buena Vista Creek has been modernized and converted into a residing area. This project also promises to build a trail from the cascade towards the waves of the river to allow the visitors to jog along the coast.

65. Ortega Falls

Ortega Falls
4.5 /5

104 km
from city center
65 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Situated just off the Ortega Highway in the Santa Ana Mountains, this ephemeral cascade flows from a height of about 35 ft into a beautiful swimming hole. Protected by the Cleveland National Forest, this gorgeous mountain has a rock amphitheatre which encloses this white cascade providing a beautiful backdrop for the scenery. Plan your visit after an adequate amount of rainfall received in the area to enjoy a calm swim at the base of the waterfall as the falls run dry in summers making the swimming hole stagnant and parched.

66. Oak Canyon

Oak Canyon
4.5 /5

18 km
from city center
66 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Oak Canyon trail leads to a series of ephemeral cascades flowing through the rocks of San Diego River which separates Kwaay Paay Peak from South Fortuna Mountain. Meandering in 5,700 acres of Mission Trail Regional Park, the Oak Canyon trail is furrowed with magnificent oak and sycamore trees. You can start this reasonably easy hike from the parking lot of this park to find the ruins of the old mission dam constructed in the early 1800s along the San Diego River.

67. Harbor Island

Harbor Island

3,993 km
from city center
67 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Boasting of the most exotic snorkeling, swimming spots and coral reefs in the Bahamas, Harbor Island is renowned for its long stretches of stunning pink sand beaches on the east coast, turquoise waters and shady palms under the tropical Carribean sun. You can indulge in bonefishing, biking, boating and shopping along the various traditional districts and the best way to explore Harbor Island is by a rented golf cart.

68. Africa and Beyond Art gallery

Africa and Beyond Art gallery
5.0 /5

17 km
from city center
68 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Africa and beyond art gallery located in La Jolla was established in 1989 by Ian Allen and his wife Julie. The display includes a range of artifacts from stone sculptures to traditional work each embracing and showcasing the various faces of African art. Each piece of the exhibit is handpicked by the couple who personally travel to Africa to do the same. The pieces displayed in the gallery are often purchased by collectors or art enthusiasts.

69. Arredon Art Gallery

Arredon Art Gallery
5.0 /5

3 km
from city center
69 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Arredon art gallery was established in 2013. This gallery has physical venues in San Diego California and Los Angeles however they even have an online presence. It displays art across various mediums such as painting, sculpture, sketches and more. The gallery allows the sale of its display to various collectors and art lovers.

70. Gallery la Jolla

Gallery la Jolla
5.0 /5

18 km
from city center
70 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Arredon art gallery was established in 2013. This gallery has physical venues in San Diego California and Los Angeles however they even have an online presence. It displays art across various mediums such as painting, sculpture, sketches and more.

71. La bodega gallery

La bodega gallery
4.5 /5

3 km
from city center
71 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The la bodega gallery near Chicano park in California was established in 2013. It has been an open platform to unite local artists as well as art lovers in California. The gallery is known to host the widest range of events, screenings and shows all to showcase the works of their local artist. It has been well recognized across California and has won several awards for being the best gallery.

72. Lucy wang fine art

Lucy wang fine art
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
72 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The lucy wang art gallery in San Diego, California was started by the internationally acclaimed artist Lucy wang. Her unique style of art which is a blend of ancient Chinese art combined with western elements is the key aspect of her gallery. The gallery offers online classes as well as the sale of her works online.

73. Meyer fine art inc

Meyer fine art inc
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
73 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Meyer fine art inc was established in 1978 by Perry Meyer who opened the public gallery in San Diego. This gallery, unlike other galleries, displays works on paper prints and also includes a very small selection of paintings. The gallery displays the works of many artists of international fame.

74. Museum of Contemporary Art

Museum of Contemporary Art
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
74 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The museum of contemporary art San Diego has two main prominent locations one in the heart of downtown and one in the small beach community of La Jolla. The galleries were established in the year 1950 to spread the love of art across all media. The gallery till date displays works of various internationally acclaimed artists.

75. National Geographic Fine Art Galleries

National Geographic Fine Art Galleries
4.5 /5

18 km
from city center
75 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The National Geographic Fine Art Galleries is known for its exclusive pictures from the National Geographic magazines. They have galleries spread across various locations from Hawaii to las vegas but in California, they are located on laguna beach and La Jolla. The gallery displays a beautiful collection of pictures from places to wildlife.

76. RC Gorman Navajo Gallery

RC Gorman Navajo Gallery
4.5 /5

523 km
from city center
76 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Rac Gorman Navajo gallery was established by the artist RC Gorman himself. The gallery consists of various works of his from oil pastels to paper castings and more. It still hosts a majority of his work though he passed away in 2005. Some of RC Gorman’s work includes pastel drawings, lithographs as well as bronzes which are still present in his gallery to carry forward his legacy.

77. San Diego Art Institute

San Diego Art Institute
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
77 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The San Diego art institute was established in 1941. It has grown to be a new contemporary art exhibition showcasing all the local talents. The art institute is located in Balboa Park. It offers various exhibitions, interactive programs and shows. It has been established to showcase artistic talent from northern to southern California. It has been converted into a non-profit organization and has been around for more than 80 years.

78. San Diego Comic Art Gallery

San Diego Comic Art Gallery
4.5 /5

6 km
from city center
78 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The San Diego art gallery is located towards the south of California. The art gallery is one of a kind with showcasing works of graphic artists and comic books. The gallery is owned by IDW publishing house. The art gallery is home to pieces from famous comic-based films, shows and more that were brought together by comic-con international.

79. San Diego Watercolor Society Gallery

San Diego Watercolor Society Gallery
4.5 /5

6 km
from city center
79 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The San Diego watercolor society is a large non-profit organization focusing on art that was founded in 1965. It has been around for over 50 years and grew from a small 16 member group to now over 700 members. The gallery displays various forms of art on water-based media. It is also known to host an array of art shows, events and workshops.

80. Spanish Village Art Center

Spanish Village Art Center
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
80 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Spanish village art centre is a charming location in San Diego located near the zoo. It was built in 1935 and looks like a small Spanish village in the middle of California. The village was established by the local artisans to display their beautiful works of art and though taken over during world war 2 was once again reclaimed by the artists.

81. Sparks Gallery

Sparks Gallery
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
81 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Sparks Gallery is located in the old sterling hardware building. It is home to works of art by artisans from parts of south California and San Diego. The gallery was founded by Sonya Sparks in 2013. She wanted to create a space to showcase and support the work of local artisans as well as to educate people in art.

82. The Erin Hanson Gallery

The Erin Hanson Gallery
4.5 /5

21 km
from city center
82 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Erin Hanson gallery was started by a young California based artist named Erin Hanson. It has two locations one in San Diego and the other in San Carlos. The gallery located in San Diego is her private art studio as well as a gallery. Erin Hanson was a biomedical engineer by profession and an artist by passion which she started at a young age. The art gallery is known to host a lot of her famous oil-based paintings based on contemporary art. The gallery is also a space where she sells her painting to collectors and art lovers from around the world.

83. Wonderspaces San Diego

Wonderspaces San Diego
4.0 /5

1 km
from city center
83 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Wonderspace is one of a kind art space located in multiple locations in the United States. The wonder space gallery located in San Diego is located near B street pier. It is a pop-up show showcasing artists from around the world. The display involves an entire show for an hour and a half and costs about $15 to $30 dollars. The shows are perfect for families and group outings because of its revolutionary and futuristic art displays. There are always new shows coming up and each show revolves around a new topic like empathy for example. If you are ever in San Diego then wonder spaces are definitely an interesting art space to visit.

84. Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception San Diego

Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception San Diego
5.0 /5

5 km
from city center
84 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Located in the old town the Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception was built on the site of the very first holy mass held in California in 1769. The church was only completed in the year 1917 several years after the cornerstone was placed in the year 1868 due to various factors like fire and lack of funding. It was dedicated by the John Cantwell archbishop of Los Angeles at the time. The parish now serves 300 families in San Diego and draws visitors from across the world due to its rich history.

85. Clairemont Emmanuel Baptist Church

Clairemont Emmanuel Baptist Church
5.0 /5

9 km
from city center
85 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Clairemont Emmanuel baptist church was established in 1971 by Claude Cudabec, a postman and lay minister. It initially started as a small effort in a women club in mission beach and now has grown to the congregation we see today. The church was built to gather the dedicated followers of Christ and spread the word of Christ.

86. First United Methodist Church of San Diego

First United Methodist Church of San Diego
4.5 /5

6 km
from city center
86 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Founded in 1869, the first united methodist church was the very first protestant church that existed in San Diego. The church is located in mission valley, California. The church has a history of over 150 years and grew in strength and numbers as the city of California grew. The original members of the church worshipped in a smaller gothic revival church in the 1800s but with the growth in numbers, the church shifted to its now existing location in downtown San Diego. The existing First United Methodist Church has a contemporary Spanish style of architecture.

87. Grace Church San Diego

Grace Church San Diego
4.5 /5

6 km
from city center
87 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The grace church in San Diego was established in the year 1912. It is located on Oregon street, San Diego. The church was for several years called Scott memorial before it was renamed as grace in 2009. The church is under the leadership of Dr Tim Lahye. He also founded the Christian high school and Christian heritage college. The church was formed to further the cause of Christianity among the people of San Diego. Grace church is an independent established church and is neither governed nor belonging to a larger religious organization like most churches.

88. Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcala

Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcala
4.5 /5

9 km
from city center
88 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

San Diego de Alcala was the very first mission church in California and was founded in the year 1769. The church is rich in history and it marks the birthplace of Christianity in California. The church mission was originally founded by a father sierra however the mission struggled to grow due to various reasons from war to conflict with natives and problems with the land. The church is rich in history and now stands as a catholic parish attracting tourists from across the world to witness its rich history, legacy and Spanish roots.

89. Missiongathering Christian Church

Missiongathering Christian Church
4.5 /5

5 km
from city center
89 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Missiongathering Christian Church was founded in 2001 by rich Mc Cullen. The church was established to bring together all believers irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or race. Rich Mc Cullen was a missionary and now started mission gathering churches across the united states. It is one of a kind church known for its progressive views and looking to build an inclusive Christian community. The church is located on Polk Avenue in San Diego. The mission gathering church started the mission gathering movement to spread a new message across the church community in the United States.

90. Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church

Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
90 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Established in 1925 in San Diego’s Little Italy, Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church is a historical symbol and the hub of the Italian Community that has lived here for over a century. Built by the people and for the people of the community, it has always provided a space for families to gather and celebrate life with various social and cultural celebrations held throughout the year.

91. Our Mother Of Confidence Catholic Church

Our Mother Of Confidence Catholic Church
4.5 /5

16 km
from city center
91 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Located at Governor Dr., San Diego, Our Mother of Confidence Catholic Church is more modern than you think with modern interiors than your typical church. A very welcoming and friendly church in the vicinity of La Jolla, it is primarily visited by the older generations although welcome for all. There’s plenty of parking available outside the church and should never pose a problem. Weekend masses are also simulcasted to the outdoor breezeway and parish hall.

92. St. Joseph Cathedral, San Diego

St. Joseph Cathedral, San Diego
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
92 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Founded in 1874, the Saint Joseph Cathedral became a catholic cathedral in 1936. It is located in the Cortez Hill neighborhood of San Diego. The church also serves as the seat of the Diocese of San Diego. Shimmering in an all-white structure, the cathedral has been constructed with a Mission Revival Architecture type. The insides are just as beautiful with an awe-inspiring vista along the nave. Absolutely stunning ornate columns and arches lead up to the altar. The walls are lined up with stained glass windows adding to the beauty of the interiors. Masses are conducted consistently throughout the week and in Spanish on Sundays.

93. Sojourn Grace Collective

Sojourn Grace Collective
4.5 /5

13 km
from city center
93 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

A progressive church that accepts people from all walks of life, the Sojourn Grace Collective church is one that truly embraces diversity. All genders, LGBTQ communities, different religious affiliations, ethnic backgrounds, and socioeconomic backgrounds are embraced here by creating a community that believes all humanity is loved and empowered.

94. St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, San Diego

St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, San Diego
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
94 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Located in the Bankers Hill district of San Diego is the St. Paul’s Cathedral, an Episcopal church. It is known to be the formal seat of the bishop of Episcopal Diocese of San Diego. Its roots can be traced back to 1853 at Old Town, where it laid the first protestant church of San Diego.

95. The Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day Saints, San Diego

The Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day Saints, San Diego
4.5 /5

18 km
from city center
95 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS), originally headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, has its 45th operating temple located near the La Jolla community in San Diego. Like other LDS churches, it was built with two spires that have made a statement by rising up to 52m’s and can be seen from afar. But what sets this church apart is the four smaller spires at the base of each main spire. The church is spread over a massive 72,000 square feet. As is common with the LDS churches, an Angel Moroni statue is topped off on the east spire. The west spire is adorned with a massive stained-glass wall.

96. The Immaculata Parish, San Diego

The Immaculata Parish, San Diego
4.0 /5

0 km
from city center
96 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

This gorgeous immaculate church constructed in 1954 inside the University of San Diego and dedicated in 1959 with Roman Catholic denomination, it iis a stunning work of architecture with a very modern yet refreshing style implemented. The walls are covered with stained-glass windows surrounded by creamy stone frames.

97. Azalea Park Water Conservation Garden

Azalea Park Water Conservation Garden
5.0 /5

5 km
from city center
97 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Constructed with the intention of inspiring homeowners to consider drought-tolerant landscaping in the drought prone California, the water conservation garden at Azalea Park is a one-of-a-kind project opened in 2010 for the local community to rebuild the ⅓-acre plot of the eastern edge of Azalea Neighborhood Park into a sprouting garden. The Totem sculptures at the gate were constructed using recycled and disposed of materials donated by the locals.

98. California Farm and Garden

California Farm and Garden
5.0 /5

13 km
from city center
98 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

A company that specifically deals with designing, installing and maintaining edible landscaping in urban settings, California Farm and Garden was created out of necessity during the peak of the “Great recession” and to build a sustainable way of making your own produce. Using their revised version of “Victory Gardens”, it has been successful to educate homeowners, restaurants and other facilities on the importance of implementing their organic methods of generating fresh produce to promote a global regeneration.

99. Edna Harper’s Topiary Garden

Edna Harper’s Topiary Garden
4.5 /5

3 km
from city center
99 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Taking inspiration from their travels across Western Europe, Asia, South America, Mexico and Egypt, Edna Harper and her husband fell in love with the sights of the Topiary Gardens and decided to bring it back home to San Diego for everyone else to enjoy. Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Edna Harper’s Topiary Garden is one of those secret places one must drive to on their visit to San Diego.

100. Golden Hill Community Garden

Golden Hill Community Garden
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
100 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

A community inspired garden located in Russ Boulevard, San Diego, Golden Hill Community Garden was constructed in 2011 to create a community driven allotment that anyone can visit that promotes sustainable urbanization and mental health through nature-based solutions. Everyone’s welcome here to get their hands dirty by getting involved with the gardening & harvesting and sip on some tea after.

101. Inez Grant Parker Memorial Rose Garden

Inez Grant Parker Memorial Rose Garden
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
101 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Surround yourself with over 1600 roses of 130 different varieties at the Inez Grant parker Memorial Rose Garden located at the Balboa Park on the east side of Park Boulevard adjacent to the San Diego Natural History Museum. The 3 acre site filled with colors, fragrance and beauty is sure to send you into a frenzy that will leave you wanting to spend more time here during every visit.

102. Japanese Friendship Garden

Japanese Friendship Garden
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
102 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Established as a symbol of friendship between the two sister cities of San Diego and Yokohama in 1991, the Japanese Friendship Garden (JFG) dives into the beautiful and intriguing Japanese culture. By trying to replicate the exact portrayal of a garden in Japan, various amenities have been constructed throughout the 12 acre setting to make the visitors feel like they have truly traveled across the ocean to visit the country.

103. Juniper Front Community Garden

Juniper Front Community Garden
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
103 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

A 2-year waiting period for obtaining one of its 52 plots, the Juniper Front Community Garden is currently a hotspot for the locals of the Bankers Hill community. Established 40 years ago, it serves primarily Downtown San Diego and has been a breeding ground for various types of vegetation and fruit trees growing here. Juniper Front Community Garden has recently proved to be an ideal community garden for the young and restless to get their hands dirty and help in the process. You’ll find the garden soon after landing at the San Diego Airport on 2260 Front st., San Diego.

104. Marston house museum & gardens

Marston house museum & gardens
4.5 /5

3 km
from city center
104 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Constructed as the humble abode for the civic leader - George W Marston & his wife, Anna Gunn Marston, in 1905 in the northwest corner of Balboa Park, the Marston House Museum & Gardens is a historic landmark in San Diego. The museum houses some of their personal artifacts, furniture, paintings, and many of the family’s original items.

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