7 Unique Things To Do In San Diego

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San Diego has an amazing climate, a beautiful shoreline, and superb cultural diversity. It’s the place to be if you ask us, and there’s so much to do while you’re in town! 

If you have a trip scheduled to head out to California, or if you’re thinking about booking soon, take a look at the following suggestions. It doesn’t hurt to have somewhat of an itinerary jotted down – especially when the options are endless!

USS Midway Museum

The USS Midway used to be an aircraft carrier in the 1900s and now it’s functioning as a museum located in downtown San Diego. It’s been open since 2004, accepting millions of visitors through its fully restored, interactive exhibits. About seven years ago, the Midway was named the most popular naval warship museum in the United States.

What can you do while you’re there? Take a deep dive into life at sea throughout the 20th century. You’ll see World War II items, cabins, engine rooms, uniforms, and much more. Grab a set of headphones and listen in on the self-guided door as you walk from room to room.

San Diego Zoo

The San Diego Zoo is home to 3,500 animals spanning 650 species, wow! The natural habits from around the world are boldly seen in every walk through, ranging from the African rainforest to the Arctic tundra. 

You can’t miss this while you’re in town; the whole family will have a blast checking out exhibits, riding rides, and participating in educational programs. Don’t forget to check out the botanical garden, bird shows, and 4D theater while you’re visiting.

Golf Cart Rentals

Instead of planning an entire day of running around, how about you plan an entire day of golfing around? Rent a golf cart while you’re in San Diego and go where you want when you want for an entire day. The experience is super fun and the wind in your hair feels absolutely amazing.

Our tip? Visit this site and get a great deal for your daily rental.

La Jolla Cove

Man oh man is it fun to snorkel and kayak, but we’ll give you one better: Snorkel or kayak at the La Jolla Cove. Why? Because this marine habitat has a ton of wildlife present, like seal lions, fish, sea turtles, and seabirds! The hidden sea caves are glorious and definitely a bucket list sight to see. If you’re lucky, you’ll even come across a leopard shark – don’t worry, they’re super friendly.

Whale Watching

Prime time whale watching in San Diego? Nothing sounds better than that. Why do we say that? Because San Diego is right spank in the middle of the path that the gray and blue whales take to get to and from Mexico. It’s like you have a front row seat to one of the best natural animal shows of all time. 

Bring a small picnic to the whale watching tour and you’re good to go.

Belmont Park

Set aside a day of fun and adventure, visit Belmont Park! A historic amusement park built in 1925 with tons of character. Be sure to check out the Giant Dipper, the park’s oldest wooden roller coaster. When you reach the top, be sure to have a look around – you’ll catch sites of Mission Beach and Mission Bay

Don’t worry, Belmont isn’t just rides. You can visit the restaurants, play in the arcade, and purchase fun souvenirs in the shops, too.


Ever since Legoland was created, San Diego has been booming with visitors from around the world. It’s definitely a top attraction to families with young kids in the mix. And, it’s even entertaining for adults who want to embrace their inner child! If you’ve played with legos in the past, you know what we’re trying to say. 

Think about it: The park is composed entirely of legos. Rides and interactive activities are left and right. Plus, there’s a super cool water park, too!

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