Make the trip to San Diego over the next two weeks and experience vibrant Cinco de Mayo celebrations, mouth-watering taco festivals and awe-inspiring outdoor art shows, the city is packed with so many top things to do. La Jolla Playhouse Without Walls (WOW) Festival When: Apr. 27 – 30, 2023 Experience the magic of immersive and site-based […]
Plan to visit San Diego during the next two weeks to celebrate Mardi Gras, save 50% on admission at 60+ San Diego museums and enjoy more top things to do. San Diego Jewish Film Festival When: Feb. 15 – Mar. 4, 2023 Known as one of the most prestigious Jewish film festivals in the country, the […]
For five decades, SeaWorld has surprised and amazed guests with unique entertainment, thrilling rides and up-close encounters with marine animals. The original SeaWorld® park opened its gates for the first time in March 1964 on Mission Bay in San Diego, and starting this March 21, SeaWorld’s 50th Celebration will feature a Sea of Surprises™, an 18-month celebration that highlights some of the most memorable SeaWorld experiences.
Just because the sun shines year-round in San Diego doesn’t mean you won’t find plenty of holiday cheer this December. San Diego’s most famous attractions go big for the holidays, offering visitors special shows, festive lights and the chance to frolic in some rare San Diego snow.
San Diego is known as the place where summer never ends, so why wait until summer to visit? Pack up the kids and head to San Diego for spring break – and don’t forget your sunscreen because you’ll need it. From our sun-kissed beaches and family friendly attractions, to discovering San Diego’s history and the great outdoors, there are so many fun things to do in San Diego that your only problem will be deciding what to do first.
Thank goodness we’ve all survived the “end” of the Mayan calendar, because 2013 is shaping up to be a spectacular year to visit San Diego. From a new SeaWorld-branded waterpark to the return of Ron Burgundy, read on to discover all 13 reasons to visit San Diego in 2013.
San Diego’s weather may not call for seasonal snowfall, but thanks to some of our main attractions, everyone can enjoy a white wonderland this holiday season. From the world’s largest LEGO Christmas tree to a zoo filled with almost as many light up animals as it has real ones, a trip to San Diego’s attractions is sure to make your spirits bright.
Who says it ain’t easy being green? In San Diego, being green is a way of life. That’s why Travel + Leisure Magazine recently listed us as the eighth greenest city in America.There are a few tidbits in the article that I wasn’t aware of, like the fact that San Diego County boasts more farms per capita than any other county in the U.S.
Here are 20 more reasons why it’s easy being green in San Diego!
SeaWorld San Diego offers a range of rides, from the thrilling and exhilarating roller coasters, to rides that are perfect for chillaxing, and a few that are for designed especially for the ‘lil ones. Experience ten SeaWorld rides for yourself, including the new coaster Manta, opening in May of 2012.
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