Things to Do in San Diego, CA
San Diego is not only home to shoreline sober living. It is also known as the birthplace of California.
With beautiful scenery along the golden beaches and exciting places of interest, San Diego makes for
the perfect place to complete your personal program.
What to do in San Diego?
San Diego Zoo
Home to some of the worlds most exotic animals, the San Diego zoo offers incredible experiences
including meeting your favorite animals up close, guided bus tours, history of the zoo, safari parks
and much, much more.
Known as ‘the worlds best ballpark in Americas finest city’ Petco Park is home to the San Diego
Padres where you can watch some of the best baseball in the world. If you’re not a fan of the sport
then there are lots of other events that takes place at this magnificent location such as concerts,
festivals and more.
San Diego Natural History Museum
Commonly known as ‘the Nat’, the natural history museum has been open to the public since 1874,
showing more than 400,000 people every year. In a place where you can learn anything from the
effects of climate change all the way to observing the skeletons of dinosaurs making it the perfect
place to go exploring into the unknown. If that’s not enough then perhaps you could take a trip to
experience whale watching off the San Diego coast.
Old town San Diego
Old town San Diego allows you to take a step back in time to see what life was like from the 1820’s
to the 1870’s. Here you can try authentic Mexican food at one of the many restaurants on offer,
learn about the history of the town, enjoy shows at the theatre and more.
In the heart of San Diego is the fabulous sea world, where you can spend the day experiencing
thrilling roller-coasters, watching dolphin and whale shows along with presentations, learn about the
organisation’s sea rescue agenda and what they do for the environment and of course getting up
close and meeting your favorite ocean animals such as penguins, otters, sea turtles and even
USS Midway aircraft carrier tour
When you’re in this part of California you should never miss the opportunity to visit a 972-foot-long
aircraft carrier, the largest in the world from the years 1945 to 1955. Not only do you get the chance
to explore this amazing vessel, but you get to view more than 25 aircrafts on display and being
taught first hand by war veterans what it takes to be able to get these aircrafts in the air.
Old town trolley tours.
All the above can be traveled to by the exciting Old Town Trolley tour where you can learn about
the history of the town whilst being able to travel to each landmark including seaport village, the
Horton plaza, little Italy and more! If that doesn’t take your fancy, then you can take San Diego’s
amphibious tour where you can explore San Diego’s finest places of interest by both land and water.