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Petco Park

Home of the San Diego Padres baseball team, Petco Park opened in 2004 and brought America's pastime right into the heart of downtown.[Learn more]

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Sea World

Sea World is home to San Diego's unofficial mascot, Shamu the killer whale. Arena shows featuring Shamu, dolphins, and sea lions happen every day. The Shark House has a walk-though glass tube, allowing visitors to get uncomfortably close to these animals.[Learn more]

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Aquatica San Diego

Recently overhauled by Seaworld, Aquatica takes over where the aging Knott's Soak City left off, with a whole new look. Stick your feet in the sand by the wave pool or watch little ones from the shade of a cabana.[Learn more]

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Birch Aquarium at Scripps

In the beautiful seaside town of La Jolla is the official aquarium of the world-renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Birch Aquarium. The facility boasts more than 5,000 animals from 380 species.[Learn more]

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Coronado Cays Gondola Rides

Located on Coronado Island, the Coronado Cays are home to many canals winding through residential areas. The Gondola Company brings the romance of Venice, Italy to these canals with their gondolier-powered vessels.[Learn more]

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Del Mar Thoroughbred Club

Put on your best hat and experience prize-winning thoroughbred racing action at the Del Mar Fairgrounds and Race Track. Opening Day of race season happens every year shortly after the San Diego Fair wraps up.[Learn more]

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LegoLand

Tucked away in the quiet, rolling hills of North County San Diego is LegoLand. Indulge all your childhood fantasies of plastic brick-building innovation with over 50 rides, shows and attractions.[Learn more]

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San Diego Zoo

The San Diego Zoo opened in 1915 after the culmination of the Panama-California Exposition, when many Americans were first introduced to animals from other parts of the world.[Learn more]

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Seaport Village

Resting on the shores of the San Diego Bay, at the southern end of the embarcadero is Seaport Village. The Village is the perfect place to spend a day checking out various shops and dining on the water.[Learn more]

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Trolley Tours

San Diego is California's second largest city, so seeing all that it has to offer is no small feat. Hop on a Trolley Tour to avoid driving (and parking!) and get treated to local knowledge and witty anecdotes from their knowledgeable tour guides.[Learn more]

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