Five More Can’t Miss Attractions in San Diego

One thing you may have noticed when you first started planning your fun-filled San Diego vacation is the enormous amount of fun that can be had in this beautiful paradise! Near perfect weather year-round makes it an unbeatable spot for outdoor activities; hiking, biking, parasailing, fishing, swimming, boating – the list is limitless! The proximity to Hollywood makes it an artistic magnet, as artists, singers, actors, dancers all stop in San Diego in their search for fame. Meanwhile, the rich history of the city lends itself to clusters of museums and other architectural delights.

So, to ensure that you don’t miss out on a single adventure in our favorite city on earth, we have compiled this list of 5 more can’t miss attractions in San Diego. Start packing your walking shoes now!

The San Diego Museum of Man

Man is a complicated topic, filled with quirks and obsessions and cultures that can seem barbaric. That makes this historic museum – which tackles the history of our race – a must stop locale! Don’t forget to check out the extremely thought-provoking cannibal exhibit, as well as theBEERology exhibit when you stop in; trust us, Museum of Man covers it all!

San Diego Hall of Champions

The sports lover in your family will be head over heels for this multi-sport complex that recognizes the best of the best. Home to the “oldest trophy in the world of sports” this enormous complex is a fascinating way to kill a few vacation hours!

Mission San Diego de Alcala

Exploring centuries old churches is not something we get to do very often in America, but the Mission San Diego de Alcala, built in 1769, is the exception that proves the rule. Also the site of the tomb of California’s first martyr, this example of California Mission style architecture should be pushed to the top of your San Diego vacation itinerary.

Museum of Photographic Arts

With the advent of the cell phone camera, we all have a tendency to believe we are accomplished photographers in our own rights. But, then we visit this fascinating museum in Balboa Park and it’s easy to see that we might be wrong. Displaying the history of photography – as well as some of the most thought provoking pieces around – the Museum of Photographic Arts is the perfect place for the shutterbug in your family, and a well-deserved stop on your tour of San Diego.

Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve

Step back and take a breath of fresh air as you hike through this urban wilderness filled with waterfalls, ancient sycamores, freshwater marshes, and creatures wild and thrilling, big and small. Los Penasquitos means little cliffs and the rocky cliffs here will have you practicing the new skills you learned at the Museum of Photographic Arts!

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