5 mentions in Top kid-friendly attractions in San Diego?
Mark B. said, "...library, story time on Tuesdays. Open gym at TRC gymnastics in Solana Beach – M W, F: 11:15 - 12:15. $7? San Diego Zoo San Diego Zoo Safari Park in Escondido. Don’t go if it is a hot day. Train/merry go round by..." See More
Becky O. said, "...raised. There are countless great places for families and kids to enjoy in San Diego. As a previous answer mentioned, the San Diego Zoo is incredible and world-famous. Adults and children alike will have a wonderful time spending the day seeing innumerable animals..." See More
zach a. said, "...Youll have to take the kids to the San Diego Zoo or the San Diego Safari Park (Inside Gate). Also, Legoland California is another awesome place for kids. Lastly, another option could be the The New Children’s Museum which has a bunch of..." See More
Liz G. said, "... San Diego Zoo is a great place to spend hours with kids. Legoland is a bit of a drive, but it's perfect for younger children. San Diego Zoo Safari Park is a very different zoo experience for the entire family...." See More
John S. said, "...The San Diego Zoo is a great kid-friendly attraction. It is one of the best zoos in the world, and has lots of activities for kids. Go early if you can and head for the Koalas before the line gets long. The bus..." See More
3 mentions in Fun for a family with small children (NOT Disneyland!)
Sherry M. said, "...out the GO San Diego card 4 day pass good for 46 attractions. 189 at Costco.com. Quick look at list SeaWorld, San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park are on there. Hope this gives you some ideas. Have fun!..." See More
Michele S. said, "...So many great places! Mission Beach, Balboa Park, or even the staple San Diego Zoo and SeaWorld. I love Del Mar for a great classy beach town visit. There are some great museums and Old Town is a must for kids!..." See More
Diane O. said, "...of the week, we asked them what their favorite activity was. They replied swimming in the ocean. We went to the San Diego Zoo. It too was expensive, but very enjoyable. Lots of walking and hills. Don't know if I'd try it..." See More
2 mentions in Free things to do in San Diego?
John S. said, "...of Art. The park has open space areas, natural vegetation zones, green belts, gardens, walking paths, several theaters, and the world-famous San Diego Zoo. 2. Downtown San Diego is also the home of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the USS..." See More
Tom T. said, "...not really just a park but a sort of complex with theaters and museums and all kinds of great activities. The San Diego Zoo is there as is the Museum of Photographic Arts which now has a “Pay as you wish” program during..." See More
Iris R. said, "...great ocean view. Day 2: SeaWorld for one day (Lego land is more for small kids or supre lego fans) / San Diego Zoo and San Diego Safari Park (Inside Gate). Safari wild animal park is my favorite. Day 3: Visit Balboa park..." See More
yusrei j. said, "...hi 1- you can find hotel in the Hotel Ct 2- place to visit ( SeaWorld Marina \ San Diego Zoo\ La Jolla \ Coronado Island ) 3 - can you make shooping at Horton Plaza 324 Horton Plaza, San Diego, CA..." See More
Denise D. said, "...there. Go to Little Italyfor dinner. Then head to the Gaslamp Quarter for nightlife. On one day you can visit the San Diego Zoo and Balboa Park. El Prado is a go lunch spot in the park and there are many museums...." See More
Cynthia I. said, "... San Diego Zoo SeaWorld San Diego Zoo Safari Park Balboa Park, museums, The Prado at Balboa Park for happy hour in park Mission Beach - Belmont Park, bike on Boardwalk, big, active beach La Jolla - cove, shopping, restaurants Gaslamp Quarter downtown and..." See More
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Bekah W. said, "...be addicted. Coronado Bridge - Yes, I'm calling this bridge an attraction. Indeed, it's an e-ticket ride with breathtaking Pacific panoramas. And make sure you don't miss the San Diego Zoo where you can spend the night. You read that right. The park has a great camping program complete with..." See More
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