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  • Sea World’s Magical Park in San Diego California is known for its gorgeous and breathtaking coastline. The Pacific is one of the most visited oceans in the world, and its sea life is equally as cherished by all who lay eyes on it. Instead of standing on the beach you can now go below the ocean’s surface…
  • Boomers! Provides Affordable Family Fun If you're in San Diego, looking for a safe, family-centered environment that is suitable for all ages of kids, then Boomers! is the place to be. From the traditional arcade where you can win tickets to exchange for prizes to batting cages and go-karts, you can spend the day having…
  • Old Globe Theatre The Old Globe Theater in the Balboa Park, San Diego is home to a theater company that has a very rich history indeed. The theater first raised the curtains back in 1935, and was constructed as part of the California Pacific International Exposition. The original building was a circular theater…
  • Picture Perfect in San Diego Art that is in the form of photography is an ever changing medium that constantly captures the viewer. The Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego, California brings in many different forms of photographic art. These exhibits are incredibly stunning and unique. Every six to nine months, the several areas…
  • Mingei International Museum The culture of a people or civilization is common best seen through the art that they produce through the years. There are many civilizations that have disappeared over the ages, yet we still know much about the likes of the Mayans and the Inca because of the folk art that…
  • San Diego’s New Children’s Museum: More Play than Work for Kids When you go on trips, it is normal to visit different landmarks and museums. It is rare, however, to find a city or state that has a museum that kids would enjoy. Sure, the regular museums have children’s sections, and kids sometimes can enjoy themselves there too.  However, it is…
  • Visit a Living Museum The Living Coast Discovery Center in Chula Vista, California, is located on a part of the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. These wetlands are alive and crawling with a variety of birds, reptiles, and other native animals to the coast of Southern California. A visit to this living museum will…
  • San Diego Hall of Champions Nestled in amongst the many attractions of San Diego's Balboa Park is the largest multi-sport museum in the United States. Called the Hall of Champions, this museum recognizes the traditions and accomplishments achieved in over 40 different sports! Founded in 1959, the Hall of Champions also includes San Diego's Hall…
  • Giant Pandas Are Just the Start of Your San Diego Zoo Journey Home to over 4,000 unique and rare animals, including the very famous Giant Pandas that are rare to see in the United States, the San Diego Zoo should always be at the top of your list to visit when in the area. Before you even step foot onto the zoo's…
  • San Diego Automotive Museum If you’re looking for something fun to do in San Diego, you should definitely consider checking out the Automotive Museum. With a large collection of over 80 historic cars and motorcycles there is plenty to see at the Automotive Museum. One of the best features of the museum is that…
  • A Must See Museum: The San Diego History Center The San Diego History Center is a must see area for visitors and locals. This museum is laced with rich facts about different parts of San Diego’s history. The exhibits are constantly changing and addressing different aspects of the past. There is also a large permanent collection of photographs and…
  • Model Railroad Museum Model railroading may be a fun hobby for people nowadays, but back in the 1930’s, major railroad companies would hire model makers to create realistic looking sets that were shown at world fairs to generate interest in rail travel. One place where a lot of that work took place was…
  • San Diego Museum of Art The San Diego Museum of Art is the oldest and largest museum in the area. On show at the gallery is a fine selection of European old masters, 19th and 20th century American art, contemporary, Latin American and Asian artworks. The museum also frequently hosts major art exhibitions from around…
  • Natural History Museum, San Diego The Natural History Museum of San Diego or theNat, was founded in 1874, it is the oldest museum of its kind in Southern California and it took up its present location in 1933. The present building has 5 floors covering 14,000m² and provides enough space for both an extensive permanent…
  • Learn and Explore with your Family at the Maritime Museum of San Diego San Diego has always been the center for the American Navy, and as such over the years it has become the home to hundreds of naval ships. The history of the city is coupled with educational museums right aboard living breathing, machines built to withstand bombs and artillery fire like…
  • Gaslamp Quarter It seems that cities in the United States care little for history, tearing down buildings that are barely a couple of decades old so that they can be replaced with shiny new ones. Some areas survive the cut, though, and are allowed to herald in the modern whilst still paying…
  • A Museum That Offers Treats For Your Ears The Museum of Making Music first opened its melody filled halls in the 1990’s and was established by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM). It is located at Armada Dr, Carlsbad San Diego, California and is open 5 times a week (Tuesday – Sunday) from 10 a.m. to 5…
  • Finding Your Cultural History at the San Diego Museum of Man The San Diego Museum of Man should definitely be on your list of museums to visit.  This is a museum of anthropology which you can find in Balboa Park, San Diego, California.  The historical landmark buildings that make up the San Diego Museum of Man are truly amazing all by…

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San Diego Museum of Art

The San Diego Museum of Art is the oldest and largest museum in the area. On show at the gallery is a…

Natural History Museum, San Diego

The Natural History Museum of San Diego or theNat, was founded in 1874, it is the oldest museum of its kind in…

Boomers! Provides Affordable Family Fun

If you're in San Diego, looking for a safe, family-centered environment that is suitable for all ages of kids, then Boomers! is…

Picture Perfect in San Diego

Art that is in the form of photography is an ever changing medium that constantly captures the viewer. The Museum of Photographic…

Sea World’s Magical Park in San Diego

California is known for its gorgeous and breathtaking coastline. The Pacific is one of the most visited oceans in the world, and…

Finding Your Cultural History at the San Diego Museum of Man

The San Diego Museum of Man should definitely be on your list of museums to visit.  This is a museum of anthropology…

Giant Pandas Are Just the Start of Your San Diego Zoo Journey

Home to over 4,000 unique and rare animals, including the very famous Giant Pandas that are rare to see in the United…

San Diego’s New Children’s Museum: More Play than Work for Kids

When you go on trips, it is normal to visit different landmarks and museums. It is rare, however, to find a city…

A Museum That Offers Treats For Your Ears

The Museum of Making Music first opened its melody filled halls in the 1990’s and was established by the National Association of…

San Diego Hall of Champions

Nestled in amongst the many attractions of San Diego's Balboa Park is the largest multi-sport museum in the United States. Called the…

Mingei International Museum

The culture of a people or civilization is common best seen through the art that they produce through the years. There are…

Gaslamp Quarter

It seems that cities in the United States care little for history, tearing down buildings that are barely a couple of decades…