The iconic San Diego Zoo first opened in 1915 and has evolved to become one of the most famous and important Zoo’s in the world. The San Diego Zoo is home to more than 3,700 animals representing more than 650 species. The Zoo sits on 100 acres of land and also boasts the largest zoo membership in the world with more than 500,000 members.
The home of Shamu the world famous performing Orca whales, Sea World is one of the flagship attractions in San Diego. First opened in 1964 Sea World San Diego hosts more than four million visitors every year, occupies 190 acres, and boasts 10 rides including 2 roller-coasters and 2 water rides.
Fourteen acres of waterfront shopping, dining, and entertainment Seaport Village is located at 849 West Harbor Drive. It is home to more than 70 shops, galleries, and dining establishments. Seaport Village is a must stop for anyone visiting San Diego.
Top 3 Things to Do In San Diego
Head to the Beaches
What’s a trip to San Diego without a day or two at the beaches? San Diego has some of the most beautiful and world renowned beaches in the world. With more than 70 miles of coast line you’re never too far from a great beach experience.
Tour the Balboa Park and Museums
The largest urban cultural park in the United States houses 15 major museums, world famous performing arts venues, the San Diego Zoo, and some of the most beautiful gardens in the world.
Visit the USS Midway Museum
For 10 years now the USS Midway aircraft carrier has been docked in San Diego harbor and turned into a museum. Tour the longest serving aircraft carrier of the 20th century and relive more than a half century of memories.