Category Archives: Activities & Attractions

Rumor has it that San Diego’s favorite newsman, Ron Burgundy, heads to the Big Apple in the upcoming Anchorman 2, but San Diego will always be Ron’s hometown. Show us your best impersonation of Ron Burgundy, and you could win a San Diego getaway! Read More…

With temps in the high 60s, winter is a wonderful time of year to check out the city sights, as well as activities in our East County region where ‘tis the season to see charming foothill, mountain and desert communities decked in holiday splendor. Following are 5 Holiday Festivities to Try. Read More…

Ho ho ho from Coronado! Just a bridge or convenient ferryboat ride away from downtown San Diego…

This weekend, the island kicks off its holiday fun with Santa Claus’ arrival by ferryboat, snow for the kids to play in (yep!) and a good ol’ fashioned parade down Orange Avenue.

After the break is a quick look at the day’s stocking full of fun, festive, free activities… Read More…

Balboa Park December Nights is as close as San Diego gets to becoming a winter wonderland, and this year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever. San Diego’s largest free festival, which is designed to be the city’s holiday gift to the community, is expected to draw at least 300,000 in this its 35th year. Read More…

College football bowl seasons is one of America’s great holiday traditions.
San Diego hosts to two games each December: ‘America’s Most Exciting Bowl Game’, the National University Holiday Bowl, and the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl both call QUALCOMM Stadium home. Read More…

The holiday season has definitely arrived in San Diego. This weekend, you’ll find lots of festive events, as well as live jazz and and a tasty chili fest to keep things a little spicy. Here are the top things to do in San Diego, Nov. 27 – Dec. 1 , 2013. Read More…

Mark your calendars now, because one of golf’s biggest events of the year, the Farmers Insurance Open, returns to San Diego in 2014. San Diego’s leg of the annual PGA TOUR will take place Jan. 23-26, 2014, at the iconic Torrey Pines Golf Course, where Tiger Woods will attempt to reclaim his title. Read More…

San Diego’s big attractions go all-out for the holidays, but not all families that want to the hustle and bustle of large events. Families looking for a more intimate holiday experience can enjoy some equally charming activities happening all around town.

Garden of Lights at San Diego Botanic Garden

Garden of Lights transforms the San Diego Botanic Garden into a dazzling winter wonderland filled with more than 100,000 sparkling lights illuminating the garden for a magical holiday experience that includes snow sledding (bring your own!), live music that includes mariachis and traditional Christmas carolers and get this – even …

San Diego is a paradise of parks. The Trust for Public Land named San Diego one of the 10 best U.S. cities based on access to and size of our parks, which comprises close to a quarter of the city’s total area. But ratings aside, the best facet of San Diego’s many parks is the diversity. From water to grass, from culture to desert, San Diego has it all. Read More…

From whiskey and jazz to holiday parades, there’s something for visitors of all ages this week in San Diego. Here are some suggestions for the top things to do in San Diego from Nov. 19 – 24, 2013. Read More…