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July 15, 2018

Explore Fiesta Island Park

San Diego, California is a city known for being an area of diverse culture and artistic style. This beautiful coastal area is renowned for its gorgeous parks and outdoor attractions, and there’s no question as to why. With so many grand parks to explore, it can be difficult to conclude which one to visit first. In addition to this, it can be hard to decide whether or not to branch away from the more popular parks to visit. We recommend that all who are new to the area to visit the Fiest...

June 15, 2018

The Cabrillo National Monument

The city of San Diego is known for being a city that is full of rich history and a variety of exciting commodities. The Cabrillo National Monument, which is a national park, was founded on just that. This park represents the start of San Diego, as it was the place wherein Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo first stepped foot onto Western American soil, making him the first European on the West Coast in 1542. Not only does the Cabrillo National Monument hold a sacred place in the heart of San Diego, but ...

May 15, 2018

Explore Gaslamp Quarter Neighborhood in San Diego

The Gaslamp Quarter Neighborhood in San Diego is famous for coming to life as soon as the sun sets. This neighborhood in San Diego contains several clubs, bars, and theatres, creating an atmosphere filled with diverse music, drama, and comedy. Of all San Diego attractions to visit while exploring the city, a trip to the Gaslamp Quarter Neighborhood is a must.

About the Gaslamp Quarter Neighborhood in San Diego

Originally known as Rabbitville in the year of 185...

April 15, 2018

Visit the San Diego Automotive Museum

The San Diego Automotive Museum is a fantastic museum that features many classic automobiles and vehicle oriented exhibits. This museum is focused on conveying the technological and social history of all automobiles throughout time, including vehicles in present day, and some proposed designs for future. Built in 1988, this museum was the design of a racer and automobile enthusiast Brigg Cunningham. A proposal to build the museum was made in 1979, and after 9 years the San Diego Automobile Mu...

March 15, 2018

About the Whaley House Museum

Built back in 1857 by Thomas Whaley in San Diego, the Whaley house was claimed to be “finest new brick block in Southern California” after construction was finished. Along with being the finest on the block, the Whaley residence was also the first and only two-story brick home at that time and was also known for being a general store for a short period of time. After several moves to and from San Diego throughout the next decade or so, the Whaley family eventually returned to the ...

February 15, 2018

Discover the Maritime Museum of San Diego

San Diego’s Maritime Museum has some of the best collections of naval history in the country. There is no shortage of museums in San Diego but the one at 1492, North Harbor Drive stands out with historic ships, a calendar full of events and permanent exhibits that will intrigue and captivate you. The museum is across the road from Waterfront Park, and several other city attractions are nearby, including USS Midway, Contemporary Art Museum, Civic Theatre and Children’s Museum among...

January 15, 2018

Spend a Perfect Day at Cabrillo National Monument in San Diego

Cabrillo National Monument is a unique San Diego attraction, drawing tens of thousands of tourists every year. Once you have explored The Zoo and spent a day at SeaWorld, you will be drawn to Balboa Park and Midway Museum, Maritime Museum, and Cabrillo National Monument. Located at 1800 Cabrillo Memorial Drive, the monument marks the first Spanish expedition to the west coast. This predates English and other expeditions in the region. Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo sailed from Mexico in 1542 and lan...

December 15, 2017

Spend a Day at USS Midway Museum

San Diego, California is a popular location for tourists all year because of its breathtaking views, gorgeous beaches, magnificent attractions, rich history, world-class dining and is a short distance from other major cities.

USS Midway Museum

The USS Midway, now retired, was the longest-serving aircraft carrier in the 20th Century. Named after the Battle of Midway of June 1942, it was built in only 17 months and was commissioned for multiple wars, including t...

November 15, 2017

Visit old town to witness the living legacy of San Diego

Old Town is a historic San Diego neighborhood that is rich in history.  It covers about 230 acres of land and is said to be the oldest settled area in San Diego.  Old Town is the site of the first European settlement till date. It comprises of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park and Presidio Park, which are both listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Visit Old Town to witness the living legacy of San Diego

Old Town was created in 1769...