Sea World San Diego - As everyone knows, Shamu is Sea World's biggest star. ButSea World San Diego is so much more. Experience Journey to Atlantis, an exciting ride that lets you rush through uncharted waters where mysterious mists and unpredictable drops lurk around every turn. In addition to its thrilling rides and incredible entertainment, Sea World is dedicated to protecting and preserving the environment and all its wildlife. No trip to San Diego is complete without a visit to Sea World - young or old, all visitors leave smiling and (sometimes) soggy.
San Diego Zoo- Located in Balboa Park, which includes so many museums and other facilities it deserves a separate day of viewing, the San Diego Zoo is home to over 4000 animals of over 800 different species. Here you'll find all your favorites including the hands-on Children's Zoo, the Polar Bear Plunge, Tiger River and the creepy Reptile Mesa. Be sure to visit the Giant Pandas and the Rainforest Aviary, a huge bird-filled Asian jungle with waterfalls and lush tropical foliage.
San Diego Wild Animal Park - With over 2,000
acres of park areas to explore, the San Diego Wild Animal Park offers a more
natural setting to view the animals, birds and fish than the conventional cages
of a zoo. Take the hour-long train ride and see giraffes and wild horses or
stop at the petting zoo to allow the kids to pet and feed gentle deer and goats.
The bird show is not to be missed and don't forget to pay special attention
to the carefully labeled landscape plantings.
Old Town San Diego - Step into San Diego of
centuries past as you stroll through Old Town San Diego. Don't miss: San Diego House (originally
a saloon owned and operated by a freed slave and a cornerstone of Black American
history in San Diego), the Mason Street School (SD's first public school, still
holding history classes for the public) and, of course, Bazaar Del Mundo. Bazaar
Del Mundo is a permanent fiesta, with fabulous shopping and ethnic (not just
Gaslamp Quarter - It is 21 blocks of sidewalk
cafes and open air restaurants, jazz clubs, late night dancing, resident artists
and micro breweries. "The Historic Heart of San Diego," as it is known, is Downtown,
just a short walk from the Convention Center.
LEGOLAND California - It is a 128-acre park
that contains 5,000 Lego models made up of more than 30 million Lego bricks.
It also features more than 40 interactive exhibits, attractions, family rides
and shows. Although Legoland's broadest appeal is to kids 12 and under, anyone
with a young spirit will enjoy San Diego's newest theme park.
Petco Park - Is an open-air ballpark in downtown San Diego, California, USA. It opened in 2004, replacing Qualcomm Stadium as the home park of Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres. Architecturally magnificent, it celebrates the sea, the sky, the natural beauty, cultural diversity and unique spirit of our region. Innovative design features evoke the timeless traditions of baseball in an intimate setting, with state-of-the-art fan amenities to suit every taste and budget.
Qualcomm Stadium - It is the current home of the NFL's San Diego Chargers and the San Diego State University Aztecs college football team. The stadium is located immediately northwest of the interchange of Interstate 8 and Interstate 15; the neighborhood surrounding the stadium is known as Mission Valley. The stadium is served by the Qualcomm Stadium San Diego Trolley station, accessible via the Green Line and a Special Events line from the 12th and Imperial Transit Center.