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105. Ocean Beach Community Garden

Ocean Beach Community Garden
4.5 /5

8 km
from city center
105 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Ocean Beach Community Garden is a beautiful sprawling 46 years old community garden embedded within the Ocean Beach community to promote anyone and everyone to grow their own veggies for those who have the lack of space at their own homes. The Ocean Beach Community Garden offers the options of owning your own plot or sharing a plot at a cheaper price.

106. Old Cactus Garden (Circa 1935)

Old Cactus Garden (Circa 1935)
4.5 /5

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

Developed in the year 1935 by Kate sessions for the 1935 California Pacific International Exposition held to promote the San Diego economy, the (old) Cactus Garden, San Diego, located behind the Balboa Park Club, is a historical site at the Balboa Park. Considered as an ode to the well maintained garden, it’s sure to take you back to 1935.

107. San Diego River Garden in Mission Valley

San Diego River Garden in Mission Valley
4.5 /5

8 km
from city center
107 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The San Diego River Garden in Mission Valley is located right by the river flowing by, showcasing some of the native varieties and ones with low water requirements. Apart from that, you are welcome to stroll around to witness some blooming, colorful and fragrant flowers. And not just flora, but fauna is found in plenty too with some of the local inhabitants such as birds and lizards. Visitors can also picnic here with the picnic area open for the public. However, carrying your own water is recommended since you won’t find any potable water.

108. San Diego Botanic Garden

San Diego Botanic Garden
4.0 /5

39 km
from city center
108 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

San Diego is known for many things including beaches, San Diego Zoo, Safari’s, etc. The world-famous gardens here are a renowned family attraction. The San Diego Botanic Garden located up north in Encinitas is another of the landmark gardens in San Diego that attracts hundreds of thousands of people every year. Spread across 37 acres, it is considered an oasis in the urban setting with the sprawling bushes, trails, blooming flowers, 29 unique gardens within the park, open for visitation throughout the week.

109. Self-Realization Fellowship Meditation Gardens

Self-Realization Fellowship Meditation Gardens
4.5 /5

38 km
from city center
109 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The world-renowned spiritual organization - Self-Realization Fellowship, have set up multiple retreats, temples, ashrams and meditation gardens across Encinitas and San Diego. During the tough times of World War II, meditation gardens were created in order to offer peace. These gardens have now developed to offer various services including meditation centers, studies, prayers, etc. The gardens are famous for their varieties of plants, koi ponds and various nooks for meditation offering peace and tranquility for anyone visiting.

110. Tijuana River Valley Regional Park Community Garden

Tijuana River Valley Regional Park Community Garden
4.0 /5

19 km
from city center
110 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Nestled away in the corner of Hollister street and Sunset Ave. is the Tijuana River Valley Community Garden located within the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park. Providing about 210 plots for community gardening, the garden is also famous for educational classes and demonstrations conducted for promoting the residents to grow their own veggies and fruits.

111. Trees for Health Garden

Trees for Health Garden
4.0 /5

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

Yet another gem found inside Balboa Park, San Diego, Trees For Health Garden was established to educate the crowd on the benefits of medicinal plants and their uses & values. The garden offers trails throughout providing great views of the trees and plants here. There are multiple workshops conducted for the public through direct experience research and sharing expertise for understanding how the healing plants work first hand.

112. Santee Lakes Campground

Santee Lakes Campground

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

Sprawled on the foothills of Mount Santee, Santee Lakes Campground boasts of 7 pristine lakes with fishing facilities and exclusive campsites onshore. The eco-friendly sites offer full hookups and shady picnic spots within the Parkland. Among the well-equipped rustic cabins, three are afloat on the spectacular 7th lake. The campground leads to long and scenic hiking trails which are also favorites among mountain bikers.

113. Oakoasis County Preserve Campsite

Oakoasis County Preserve Campsite

33 km
from city center
113 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

A premier hiking destination in California, Oakoasis County Preserve Campsite prides itself with picturesque woodlands of chaparrals, pines and manzanitas groves. Their rustic group camps are equipped with modern amenities, picnic tables and fire rings. Horse riding in the woods, admiring sweeping mountain views and taking your four-footed friends on hikes to pristine waterfalls are some amazing adventure opportunities at Oakoasis County Preserve Campsite. Twilight hikes take you on search for bats, scorpions and wild shrubs, a unique experience for pro hikers. This secluded preserve is also a hub of star parties with high-end telescopes borrowed off the San Diego Astronomy Association nearby.

114. La Jolla Indian Campground

La Jolla Indian Campground

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

La Jolla Indian Campground is the only one of its kind with access to tubing at the spring-fed San Luis Rey river. Facing the foothills of Palomar Mountain, this sprawling site features untouched wilderness and native plants like chia, berries, oaks and sage trees. Also popular for hiking, biking and horseback riding, this area attracts tourists with an interest in the history and culture of the heartwarming tribal community, La Jolla Luiseno Indians.

115. Guajome Regional Park

Guajome Regional Park

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

Housed within a posh bayfront neighborhood, Guajome Regional Park has a campground with lakes, ponds and marshes on site. The huge campground is home to the iconic Guajome adobe house and has several historic points of attraction like Steam Engine Museum nearby. Trailers, caravan pavilions, RVs and modest tents are pitched here against a floral lawn with picnic spaces. Your family can enjoy the playground, basketball court and go fishing. State-of-the-art amenities like an outdoor fitness centre and sports field keep visitors in touch with routine. Campers can explore the diverse Californian habitats like woodlands, wetlands, chaparrals and grasslands around on hikes.

116. Campland on the Bay

Campland on the Bay

11 km
from city center
116 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Campland on the Bay overlooks a pristine section of the Pacific Ocean. This sprawling RV resort provides state-of-the-art amenities like 2 outdoor pools, a games room and basketball court alongside family-friendly accommodation. You can stay at their waterfront tent camps or RVs and enjoy adventurous activities like hiking at the nearby national forest.

117. Burnt Rancheria Campground

Burnt Rancheria Campground

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

Burnt Rancheria Campground is one of Southern California’s most picturesque grounds with campfire rings, tables and creative entertainment options. There are several scenic loops along the Laguna Mountain Recreation area, perfect for picnics and hikes. With pines and oaks flanking the wooded property, this campground overlooks a spectacular desert and the Pacific Crest Trail.

118. Bobcat Meadow Campground

Bobcat Meadow Campground

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

Located within the Corral Canyon Area, Bobcat Meadow Campground is a tranquil hiking trail with camping facilities, gorgeous waterfalls and broad views of the desert afront. Nestled within canopied forests of oaks and chaparrals lining the canyon walls, Bobcat Meadow’s campsites connect several trails in the area. Known for its rustic dirt road and picturesque firepits, the grounds offer massive, 23-feet long RVs equipped with kitchenettes and upholstery, for large families and tourist groups to revel and explore rare Californian wildlife. Hiking is also popular among OHV enthusiasts, owing to the relatively easy and flat terrain with shady creeks every few miles.

119. Coronado Island

Coronado Island

4 km
from city center
119 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

As the panoramic beauty of San Diego bay graces this resort city, Coronado Island is popular for its upscale shopping district, lush tropical gardens, beachfront restaurants and a leash-free dog beach. Tourists, locals and Hollywood celebs frequent the beaches to relish seafood, go fishing, sunbathing, swimming and surfing. You can hop onto a kayak with your family and friends to sail across the picturesque bay with its dramatic skyline.

120. Living Coast Discovery Center

Living Coast Discovery Center
5.0 /5

10 km
from city center
120 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Living Coast Discovery Center is a not-for-profit zoo and aquarium in the San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge. It was previously known as the Chula Vista Nature Center, and it has been around for beyond thirty years. This is a place to discover wildlife in San Diego Bay. The Living Coast Center is a hidden treasure in San Diego.

121. Zovargo

Zovargo
5.0 /5

11 km
from city center
121 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Zovargo is an award-winning Conservation Education Organization in San Diego. It is a veteran-led and women-led organization. It is operating to nurture the relations of humans & animals via unique encounters & ZoomFari virtual programs. Zovargo provides animal conservation education by organizing programs with live animal ambassadors.

122. Barn Animal Buddies

Barn Animal Buddies
4.5 /5

28 km
from city center
122 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Barn Animal Buddies is a mobile petting zoo, which works to bring the farm to you. They bring small farm animals to your party or event to make it an exceptional one. More than just a petting zoo, you can book a party at their barn. You can visit this destination for a private tour and even have a photo-shoot here with the barn animals.

123. Free Flight

Free Flight
4.5 /5

30 km
from city center
123 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Free Flight is a not-for-profit bird sanctuary in a small tropical oasis, situated in the south of the popular Del Mar Racetrack, Del Mar, California. Dr. Robert F. Stonebreaker established Free Flight as a breeding and boarding facility for exotic birds' in 1981. Today, it has developed into an exceptional sanctuary, where people can interact with birds.

124. Pumpkin Station

Pumpkin Station
4.5 /5

39 km
from city center
124 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Pumpkin stations are pumpkin patches located throughout San Diego. A total of six locations involve Rancho Bernardo Farm, Mission Valley Station, Bonita Pumpkin Farm, and more. These pumpkin stations feature pumpkin patches, rows and rows of ripe pumpkins collected from the farm. Varied sizes of pumpkins are available there for purchase.

125. Zoological Society of San Diego

Zoological Society of San Diego
4.0 /5

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

San Diego Zoo Global is a non-profit organization that administers the San Diego Zoo, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research, and the San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservation. It was founded as the Zoological Society of San Diego in 1916 and is committed to saving rare and endangered species worldwide.

126. Sycuan Casino & Resort

Sycuan Casino & Resort
5.0 /5

32 km
from city center
126 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

It is one of the largest and most renowned Casinos & resorts throughout Southern California. Sycuan Casino & Resort offers a broad range of gaming facilities, high-class amenities, elite dining experience, and unlimited entertainment. You can enjoy diverse dining options. There's a casino buffet, in which you can choose varied cuisines, from different restaurants. There is a grand menu of starters, main course, and desserts as well.

127. Viejas Casino & Resort

Viejas Casino & Resort
5.0 /5

45 km
from city center
127 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Viejas Casino & Resort is a luxurious casino gaming resort location in Alpine, San Diego County, California. This place is about 11.7 miles from Lake Jennings and 30 miles from downtown San Diego. The Viejas Band of the Kumeyaay Indians owns this casino hotel. It has a full-blown casino, a seasonal outdoor pool edged by shady palm trees, high-end dining, and a hot tub. The dining segment involves the Grove Steakhouse, Willows Coffee Bar, The Café, The Buffet.

128. Barona Valley Ranch Casino

Barona Valley Ranch Casino
4.5 /5

37 km
from city center
128 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Barona Valley Ranch Resort and Casino is situated on the Barona Indian Reservation in Lakeside, San Diego County, California. The destination is 30 miles from downtown San Diego. It is an Indian Casino, and the Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians owns and operates it. The place features high-class amenities with free WiFi.

129. Jamul Casino San Diego

Jamul Casino San Diego
4.5 /5

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

The Jamul Casino is a Native American gambling business that is 20 miles from downtown San Diego in Jamul, California. The Jamul Indian Village runs this casino on their 6-acre reservation in Jamul, and it is managed by Penn National Gaming, Inc. It was earlier known as Hollywood Casino Jamul-San Diego.

130. Golden Acorn Casino

Golden Acorn Casino
4.5 /5

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

The Golden Acorn Casino is amid the stunning Campo mountains. It is situated on the 16,512-acres Campo Indian Reservation, right between the Imperial Valley and San Diego, California. Golden Acorn Casino offers a marvelous casino gaming experience, full-on entertainment, appetizing food options, and more to explore. This casino features slot gaming machines, table games, live musical concerts, special events, restaurants & bars, a convenience store, a gas station, and a truck stop.

131. Pechanga Casino

Pechanga Casino
4.5 /5

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

The Pechanga Resort Casino is the largest in California with around 200,000 sq. ft. of gaming space. This modern casino hotel is 4.1 miles from downtown Temecula. The resort has a dynamic casino, a rooftop nightclub, a golf course, all along with a multi-cuisine dining arrangement. It is a native American casino on the Pechanga Indian Reservation, owned by the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians. Here, the free benefits offered to the visitors involve access to the fitness room, pool, and valet parking.

132. Valley View Casino

Valley View Casino
5.0 /5

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

Valley View Casino is Southern California's leading casino gaming destination in the North of San Diego County. It is situated near Carlsbad, Escondido, around 22 miles from Temecula. The place flaunts luxurious hotel rooms, deftly prepared meals from six marvelous eateries, night entertainment, & high-class amenities, all with unparalleled guest service. The San Pasqual Casino Development Group, Inc. is the parent organization of this casino. The San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians owns it.

133. Casino Pauma

Casino Pauma
4.5 /5

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

The Casino Pauma lies in the heart of the Pauma Valley, Californian. The Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians owns and administers this casino. It is a great place to enjoy gambling with delicious foodstuffs, live entertainment, and amiable services. Across entire Southern California, it offers some of the lowest limits with casino games. The casino gaming floor is around 35,000 sq. ft. area. It features 1,050 enticing slot machines (reel as well as video slot machines) offering your all-time favorite classic as well as the newest games.

134. Pala Casino

Pala Casino
4.5 /5

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

Papa Casino Spa & Resort is a casino hotel & spa situated on the Pala Indian Reservation, in Pala, California. Pala band of Mission Indians runs the Pala casino. There are nine restaurants and bars in Pala Casino, including the Oak Room, Pala Café, and Choices the Buffet. The Casino features 2,250 slot machines and 84 table games within an 86,000 sq. ft casino floor.

135. Lucky Lady Casino And Card Room

Lucky Lady Casino And Card Room
4.5 /5

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

Lucky Lady Casino And Card Room is situated in the heart of the elegant city of San Diego. It is probably the only local casino & card room in the city. There is a no-smoking environment. The casino offers popular poker games such as Baccarat, Blackjack, and Pai Gow. However, there are no slot games.

136. Seven Mile Casino

Seven Mile Casino
4.5 /5

11 km
from city center
136 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Seven Mile Casino is a stimulating bayfront gem, the newest casino gaming club in Southern California. The Souza family operates this casino from its two generations. It is a high-class casino, restaurant, and bar, around seven miles from San Diego and seven miles from Tijuana, aptly named as Seven Mile Casino.

137. Harrah's Resort Southern California

Harrah's Resort Southern California
4.5 /5

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

Harrah's Resort is a lively hotel and casino located at California's Valley Centre. Here, the Casino has over 1600 slot machines, beyond 58 table games such as Roll to win craps, Asian poker, etc. and a sports bar. You can try your luck at popular poker games in this 59,000 sq. ft. Casino floor. Winning benefits and privileges can be extended to shopping rewards and other great offers.

138. Caliente Casino Race Club

Caliente Casino Race Club
4.5 /5

141 km
from city center
138 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Caliente Casino is 20 minutes from downtown San Diego. The Caliente Casino Race & Sports Book is a Mexican company dedicated to providing best-in-class casino gaming experience to passionate gamblers. It has expanded its reach to over 15 countries in Europe & Latin America. Here, at the restaurant and bar, you can enjoy authentic Mexican delicacies with your best-loved wine.

139. Aquatica San Diego

Aquatica San Diego
5.0 /5

20 km
from city center
139 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Aquatica San Diego is a gorgeous waterpark in Chula Vista, California. SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment owns this seasonal waterpark that is home to exotic animals, thrilling rides, and various luxurious facilities that a resort serves. There is an endless water play in this south-seas themed park, and the presence of exotic animals like Caribbean flamingos, etc., adds an educational aspect to this waterpark.

140. Balboa Park Miniature Railroad

Balboa Park Miniature Railroad
5.0 /5

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

Balboa Park Miniature Railroad is an amusement park in San Diego, California, located just at the east of San Diego Zoo Entrance. This four acres park offers a half-mile Miniature Railroad ride around it for the children. This ride takes 3 minutes, and adults are required to sit with the kids in the open-air antique train.

141. Belmont Park

Belmont Park
5.0 /5

10 km
from city center
141 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Belmont Park is a historic amusement park in San Diego, California. It is situated at the Surf Rider square, on the Ocean-front in the Mission Bay area of San Diego. It is the only Beachfront amusement park in San Diego, amid the sand of Mission Beach. This park offers free entry, and you have to pay as you play or ride. You can have unlimited fun, without paying recurrently via the Ride & Play pass (annual charge: $ 99 for adults, $ 89 for kids).

142. Christiansen Amusements

Christiansen Amusements
4.5 /5

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

Christiansen Amusement is an amusement park in Escondido, California. It is a family-owned and administered carnival provider that takes pride as Southern California's no.1 family carnival. The park features amazing rides that involve Spectacular, Major, and Kiddie rides for all kinds of events and the visitors of all the ages. The spectacular rides include the Cliff Hanger, Area 51, and Hurricane.

143. Family Fun Center San Diego

Family Fun Center San Diego
4.5 /5

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

Family Fun Centers is an Indoor & Outdoor amusement park company commenced by twin brothers John Huish & Jim Huish. There are several rides and activities in this center. Their indoor go-kart track is aptly-designed, and it is the only such track in San Diego. You can visit this fun center as well as you can book them to host corporate events, birthday parties, bachelor parties, graduation parties, family reunions, charity events, and other private events.

144. Inflatable World

Inflatable World
4.5 /5

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

Inflatable World is an amusement park in Westfield Mission Valley, San Diego. Inflatable World is a fun-filled amusement park in Southern California with oodles of sliding, jumping, climbing, that offers limitless fun for the entire family. This uniquely-designed amusement park features high inflatable ladders, giant inflatable slides, and bouncy houses galore.

145. Mission Beach Boardwalk

Mission Beach Boardwalk
4.5 /5

11 km
from city center
145 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Mission Beach boardwalk, also called Ocean-front Boardwalk is a concrete pedestrian route or walkway from North Pacific Beach to South Mission Beach. This walkway is around three and a half miles long. The construction of the boardwalk began in 1925 that accorded with the construction of the Mission Beach Amusement Center (now Belmont park). The boardwalk connects the two oceanfront communities north of downtown San Diego.

146. SeaWorld San Diego

SeaWorld San Diego
4.5 /5

8 km
from city center
146 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

SeaWorld San Diego is an animal theme park, outdoor aquarium, and marine mammals park at Mission Bay, San Diego, California. SeaWorld Park &. Entertainment is the corporation that owns & operates this theme park. It is a leading attraction in San Diego city that charms the visitors of all the ages.

147. Splish Splash

Splish Splash
4.5 /5

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

Splish Splash is a fun water park in San Diego, California, that is a favorite place of the kiddos. It is a kids-friendly and family-friendly water park, where everyone can enjoy. It is situated on the Sea World Drive. The park hosts various rides and remarkable animal shows & performances, and all their exhibits are awe-inspiring. The park features dolphins, polar bears, killer whales, and more.

148. Uptown Jungle Fun Park

Uptown Jungle Fun Park
4.0 /5

22 km
from city center
148 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Uptown Jungle Fun Park is an amusement center in San Diego, California. It is a premium kids indoor playground embracing fun-filled activities for toddlers. It is an ultimate family fun center with adventurous activities for kids of all ages. The park features Trampolines, Rock Wall climbing, Climbable Skyscraper, and the Super slider. Kids can also play life-size video games or race with a friend to cross their great obstacles course.

149. Birch Aquarium

Birch Aquarium
5.0 /5

19 km
from city center
149 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Birch Aquarium is an aquarium at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego, California. They have interactive tide pools and various popular exhibits such as the Hall of Fishes, Giant kelp forest, Seadragons & seahorses, and more. You can dine here at the Splash! Cafe by French Gourmet. It's an open-air cafe at the entrance of the Birch Aquarium.

150. Coronado Museum of History & Art

Coronado Museum of History & Art
5.0 /5

4 km
from city center
150 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

Coronado Museum is a small museum in Coronado, California. It is a not-for-profit organization with permanent and transitory exhibitions of local art & history and vast archives. It is a landmark Historical Association building that lies right in the center of the city. Also, there is a Museum Store that offers antique items for sale and a Museum Café in the Museum building. You can visit here to explore the history of the magnificent Island of Coronado, California.

151. Fleet Science Center

Fleet Science Center
4.5 /5

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

Fleet Science Center is a Science Museum in San Diego, California. It is situated in the Balboa park at the eastern end of the El Prado Drive walkway. It was established in 1973. The center is named in the name of the aviation pioneer Reuben H. Fleet, who initiated the U.S. Air Mail service. It is an educational center that features practical exhibitions, a planetarium, IMAX (OMNIMAX) dome theatre, and interactional displays.

152. Maritime Museum of San Diego

Maritime Museum of San Diego
4.5 /5

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

Maritime Museum of San Diego is a not-for-profit Museum in San Diego California. The Maritime Museum gives you access to entertaining and educational exhibits offered by a top-notch collection of historical sailing ships, steam powered boats, and submarines. This museum holds International prestige for distinction in reinstating, maintaining, and running historic vessels, including the foremost active sailing ship of the world, the Star of India. It is the nation's one of the leading self-guided attractions.

153. Mingei International Museum

Mingei International Museum
4.5 /5

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

The Mingei International Museum is a not-for-profit public art museum that collects, conserves, and manifests folk art, designs, and crafts. It is situated in the House of Charm, Balboa Park in San Diego, California. The word Mingei means 'Art of the people'. It was coined by Japanese scholar Dr. Sõetsu Yanagi. The Museum was instituted in 1974 and was made open for the public from 1978. The Museum encompasses 17,500 objects from 141 nations. The collection embraces artifacts from the 3rd Century B.C. to the 21st Century to date.

154. San Diego Model Railroad Museum

San Diego Model Railroad Museum
4.5 /5

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

San Diego Model Railroad Museum is one of the largest of its kind museums in the entire North America. It is situated in El Prado in San Diego, California. Nestled in the magnificent backdrop of Balboa Park, this museum has an innate beauty with several trains, trestles, and tracks spread over an area of 27,000 square feet. This Model Railroad Museum is a place where imagination is exquisitely devised. It has both indoor and outdoor exhibitions and programming for all ages.

155. Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
4.5 /5

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

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego is an art museum that is engaged in the collection, preservation, exhibitions, evaluations of artworks from the 1950s to today so far. It is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1941. MCASD offers access to the finest art at two exemplary locations in San Diego, i.e., the La Jolla and downtown location of Santa Fe Depot. It has a collection of around 5,000 artifacts.

156. Museum of Making Music San Diego

Museum of Making Music San Diego
4.5 /5

48 km
from city center
156 out of 186
places to visit in San Diego

The Museum of Making Music is an interactive music museum in San Diego, California. This museum entails how the musical industry supplies the musical instruments, products, & gears to the world, because of which we all are creating music today! On your entry into the museum, you will see remarkable examples of musical instruments. Many of the instruments are presented in the vintage music store settings. On your visit, you will explore the multidimensional history of the American musical products industry.

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The most convenient way to get around the city is to rent a car. The streets laid on grid system are easy to navigate, you just need to keep some coins handy for metered parking. Buses and trolleys can be taken to cover some major attractions in the city, but the MTS system is not very consistent. Plenty of taxis are available everywhere, but can cost pretty high. You can also ride a ferry between Broadway Pier and Convention center and Cornado. Water Taxis are available on weekends.
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