San Diego Zoo
No trip to San Diego is complete without visiting the popular San Diego Zoo. Explore some of your favorite zoo animals, visit the 4D theatre, and enjoy dinner and shopping.
Balboa ParkConsidered one of the best parks in the world, 1200-acre Balboa Park is the largest urban park in the United States. In addition to lush lawns and gardens, you’ll find over a dozen museums, several performing arts venues, and the San Diego Zoo.
Old Town State Historic ParkThe place where the city of San Diego actually began, Old Town State Historic Park provides a wonderful link to its fascinating past. In addition to five original adobe buildings showing what life was like during San Diego’s Mexican and early American periods, there are museums, unique retail shops, and several restaurants.
Petco ParkThe home stadium of baseball’s San Diego Padres, PETCO Park combines the best sight lines in baseball with stunning views of San Diego and state-of-the-art amenities.
Coronado FerryCross the bay to the Coronado Ferry Landing, where you’ll find a lively waterfront marketplace with over 25 shops and restaurants, along with the stunning Hotel del Coronado, whose iconic architecture inspired the design for The Wizard of Oz’s Emerald City.
Flagship Cruises & Events and Hornblower CruisesWant to see San Diego from the deck of your very own private yacht? Hornblower offers dinner cruises, harbor cruises, whale watching tours, and birthday party and wedding cruises.
San Diego Maritime MuseumThe San Diego Maritime Museum has one of the world's finest collections of historic ships, including the world's oldest active ship, the Star of India. The collection of ships and exhibits are available for daily public tours.
Sea Port VillageWhen the sun is out and it's time to play, there’s no place like Sea Port Village. You’ll find endless entertainment, attractions, shopping, and dining — all with marvelous views of San Diego.
Gaslamp QuarterThe “Historic Heart of San Diego” is a 16-square-block jumble of Victorian architecture, sleek skyscrapers, art galleries, concert halls, and museums. If you happen to get hungry, the Gaslamp Quarter hosts over 100 of the city’s best restaurants, meaning there’s something for every taste.
Little ItalyThis charming neighborhood was originally settled by Italian immigrants who came to work the tuna fishing boats and brought their vibrant spirit and culture with them. Today, Little Italy is teeming with charming cafés, restaurants, pubs, boutiques, and the scenic Amici Park.
USS Midway MuseumThe longest-serving U.S. Navy aircraft carrier, the USS Midway showcases than 60 naval exhibits and a collection of 29 restored aircraft.
Salt Creek Golf ClubExperience one of Southern California’s finest golf courses when you play Salt Creek Golf Club. Awarded "Best Places to Play" by Golf Digest and voted "Best Value Golf Course" in San Diego, Salt Creek is located in South San Diego County, just minutes east of the South Bay Expressway.
Balboa Park Golf Course
Balboa Park Golf Course is a challenging par 72, where Sam Snead holds the course record, and a nine-hole executive course. It features stellar views of Downtown San Diego, Balboa Park, Point Loma, and the Pacific Ocean. The oldest public golf facility in San Diego, Balboa Park Golf Course also offers a driving range, Pro Shop, coffee shop, halfway house, and practice putting greens.