What to do in San Diego?

Question by ElBarto: What to do in San Diego?
I have absolutely no idea about what tourist places and best parts are about SD. also, not all tourist places maybe some local cool ones.

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Answer by Ben Griffiths
Vist the zoo!

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6 Comments → “What to do in San Diego?”

  1. The Blunt Ugly Truth

    Feb 09, 2014

    The beach is only place I can think of that I would go if I am ever in San Diego. Besides that, it’s a pretty boring city.

  2. fifthwheel948

    Feb 09, 2014

    Visit the USS Midway.

  3. dragonflybloo

    Feb 09, 2014

    San Diego Zoo – world reknowned.
    After that,
    Visit Singapore Zoo.

    Their zoo got no borders – animals are not caged. Are in natural habitat. Quite wonderful. World class.
    Dey also have a Night Safari Zoo. You’ll be ‘blown away’.

    You’ll continue to think or talk about it on your way home or when you get back to you home country.

  4. Matt

    Feb 09, 2014

    San Diego is a great city. It has one of the largest zoos in the world. You could spend 2 days there if you wanted. Sea World is there, so that is another day. There is the Wild Animal Park as well. Beaches are lovely. My favorite is Pacific Beach, with lots of small pizza and Mexican food stands. La Jolla is very pretty with great bluffs. You can go sea kayaking. There is wreck diving off the coast if you know how to SCUBA dive. Mission Bay has great boating opportunities. There is a great park in the middle of the city, Balboa Park with a large concentration of museums and a planetarium. The Gas Lamp Quarter is a cool downtown area with lots of restaurants, shops and theaters. The do live theater at the Old Globe. The Padres play in a nice stadium in town.

    It used to be fun to go to Tijuana, but with the drug violence at the border, I am not sure if I can recommend it.

  5. Joe C

    Feb 09, 2014

    San Diego is one of the nicest cities in the country. It’s a major resort destination and there are tons of things to do.

    Mission and Pacific Beach are your best bet for fun in the sun. Belmont Park has a vintage wooden roller coaster (one of two remaining seaside coasters on the west coast) as well as other rides. There is a boardwalk that runs the entire 3 mile length of both beaches. It’s a great place to walk, run, rent a bike or skates.

    Some must see attractions are the world famous Zoo, Sea World, and Balboa Park. Balboa Park is the largest urban cultural park in the country. You can get a park passport which allows you entry to a dozen museums as well as the zoo.

    My favorite museum in the park is the San Diego Model Railroad Museum. It has some of the largest model layouts in the world. It is really awesome and a real hidden gem. Other attractions in the park are the Air and Space Museum, Ruben H. Fleet Science Center, the Natural History Museum, the Museum of Man, the Automotive Museum, the Hall of Champions, the Botanical Gardens, and the largest outdoor pipe organ in the world (free concerts on Sunday).

    North County San Diego is home to the Zoo’s Safari Park. There are multi acre enclosures where herds of wild animals roam plus lots of hiking trails. It’s worth the visit and is a different experience from the zoo. You can ride a zip line, tour the park on a Segway, or take a photo caravan into the enclosures and feed the giraffes.

    La Jolla offers great views, great surfing, great food, great theater, and great shopping.
    Check out the surfers at historic Windansea Beach. At low tide you can walk out onto the tide pools. Walk along the Cove and check out the caves. Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art. Take a stroll on Prospect St and check out the shops, galleries, and have some authentic Mexican food at Alfonso’s. Then head to the Birch Aquarium at The Scripps Institution of Oceanography. It has a spectacular view of the bluffs over the Pacific Ocean. The Tony award winning La Jolla Playhouse is located nearby on the campus of UCSD.

    Take the trolley from Downtown to Old Town. There is a state park there that recreates life in the Mexican and early American periods of 1821 to 1872.

    The Old Point Loma Lighthouse at the Cabrillo National Monument offers great views of the downtown skyline, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. On a clear day you can see all the way to Mexico.

    The USS Midway is an aircraft carrier turned into a museum

    For nightlife, the Gaslamp Quarter offers dining, drinking and dancing. It’s also the home of Petco Park and the San Diego Padres major league baseball team.

    For a great dinner with the best view of the downtown skyline, go to Pehoe’s in Coronado. You can take the water taxi across the harbor.

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  6. stangace20

    Feb 09, 2014

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