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Location: Point Loma (9 Miles / 20 Minutes West of Downtown San Diego)
Open Daily: 9AM – 5PM (last entry 4:30PM)
Cost: $5 per Vehicle
Features: Best Views of Downtown San Diego, San Diego Bay, and the Pacific Ocean; Tidepools; Hiking; Lighthouse Tour; Whale Watching; Visitor Center Exhibitions and Films about Juan Cabrillo, the First European Explorer to Arrive in California.
Location: Midway District (3 Miles / 5 Minutes North of Downtown San Diego)
Open Daily: 8AM – 4PM (Closed on Sundays)
Features: History of the U.S. Marine Corps; Displays the Challenges of War and Sacrifices Made for Freedom
Location: Downtown San Diego (From the San Diego Convention Center to the Airport)
Hours: Always Open
Things to Do & See: Enjoy the Views of San Diego Harbor and Skyline while walking several miles along the waterfront, visiting world-class attractions, dining at restaurants, shopping in unique stores, looking at artwork, and people watching. You can also ride an Antique Carousel or take a Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride.
Location: Downtown San Diego (Little Italy), Old Town
Open Daily: 8:30AM – 5PM
Cost: $49 and Up
Features: Two-Seat Fun Car Rental That Tells the Story of San Diego While You Tour the Town
Location: Ocean Beach (7 Miles / 15 Minutes West of Downtown San Diego)
Features: Beach Community with a 1960′s Theme; Very Laid Back; Eclectic Mix of People; Dog Beach; Ocean Pier; Antique Shops and Restaurants.
San Diego’s Lindbergh Field is the most tourist friendly airport in the country. The San Diego airport ranks #2 in the United States for customer service and is conveniently located adjacent to the tourist attractions in downtown San Diego. Flying non-stop to San Diego is a convenient option for most visitors, including those coming from Toronto, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, and Maui.