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You've decided where to go; now it's time to decide which cultural attractions to explore.
Discover the sophisticated side of San Diego with a visit to the best museums, art galleries, and historic haunts. You'll soon realize why the city has become such a popular travel destination.
Aaron Chang is a world-renowned surf photographer who calls San Diego home, and now adds his own personal gallery to the landscape.read more
Balboa Park is one of the largest urban cultural parks in the United States. It has been home to a pair of world's fairs, and many of the buildings here were built for these expositions.read more
Cabrillo National Monument commemorates the landing of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo on Point Loma for the first time.read more
The area is the result of a 1982 project that aimed to revitalize the area without sacrificing the integrity of the classic Victorian architecture.read more
Located along the shores of the embarcadero, this collection of ships features the world's oldest active ship, the Star of India.read more
The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego is spread out over two venues, one downtown and one in La Jolla.read more
The neighborhood of Old Town in San Diego hosts the cultural remains of the region's first mission, founded by Father Junipero Serra in 1769.read more
The San Diego Museum of Art is one of Balboa Park's most popular attractions, drawing over a quarter-million visitors every year.read more
The Old Globe is an internationally-acclaimed and award-winning theatre that, over the years, has been a crucial part in the development of emerging stage acts and professionals.read more
Located in San Diego's beautiful Balboa Park, the Timken Museum of Art houses the world-class Putnam Foundation Collection of European old masters American art, and Russian icons.read more
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