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Holidays in Old Town San Diego

Holidays in Old Town San Diego

Old Town San Diego State Historic Park will be decked out in historic holiday finery this year and will showcase gingerbread house displays throughout the park as well as choir performances, story-telling and campfires with hot chocolate and S’mores on select Saturdays and Sundays in the month of (Continue reading)

Casa De Las Calaveras

Casa De Las Calaveras

Casa de las Calaveras Exhibit Comes to Old Town San Diego State Historic Park Oct. 22 – Nov. 6 -- A Heart-Warming Look at Dia de los Muertos -- Fiesta de Reyes, in collaboration with Los Angeles artist George Newnam, is adding a new indoor exhibit to Old Town San Diego State Historic Park this year called Casa de (Continue reading)

A Taste of Old Town

A Taste of Old Town

The Taste of Old Town presents another fabulous round of tasting in San Diego. This October the Taste of Old Town™ proudly presents tastings of the best Mexican food paired with just the right spirits. Its Party Time. Enjoy tasting great samples of cuisine with spirits in some of San Diego’s favorite (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #30 Old Town Model Railroad Depot

Thing To Do #30 Old Town Model Railroad Depot

The Old Town Model Railroad Depot provides visitors with one of the largest 0 Scale operating, highly animated interactive model railroad exhibits open to the public.  This 2,500 sq. ft. attraction features both scale model steam and diesel engines from the 1920’s to present times.  Visitors will be transported in (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #22 Mormon Battalion

Thing To Do #22 Mormon Battalion

Come experience the long march from Iowa to San Diego with the Mormon Battalion. Learn why this group of Latter-day Saint men and women joined the U.S. Army and what they accomplished during and after their march. Located in Old Town San Diego, this Historic Site steps out of the 1840’s and into the multi-media (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #3 California’s Birthplace

Thing To Do #3 California’s Birthplace

Come to Old Town, where history lives and the fiesta lasts forever! Old Town San Diego State Historic Park commemorates the early days of San Diego from 1821 to 1872. Enjoy great dining, shopping, entertainment, and museums. You’ll also find many historic buildings, including San Diego’s first schoolhouse, San (Continue reading)

FREE Admission for Veterans with Old Town Trolley Tours

FREE Admission for Veterans with Old Town Trolley Tours

Old Town Trolley Tours is the best way to see the city, highlighting the best San Diego Attractions, with 11 stops and more than 100 points of interest. Why worry about finding your way around San Diego, let someone else do the driving and choose an environmentally-friendly way to see the sites. See much of what San (Continue reading)

Fiesta Forever at Fiesta de Reyes

Fiesta Forever at Fiesta de Reyes

Old Town San Diego is often referred to as the “birthplace of San Diego.” This is where the original Mexican pueblo was established in 1821, and today, Fiesta de Reyes continues to celebrate its rich culture and history. Lined with plenty of shops, restaurants, and fun things to see, Fiesta de Reyes is fun (Continue reading)

Tequila, Tacos & Tombstones Tour

Tequila, Tacos & Tombstones Tour

Travel into a world of new opportunity, colorful customs, and ruthless pride as you walk the streets of San Diego's Old Town, neighborhood known as the very first town of California, represents the life between the years of 1820-1870′s.  Check out the original buildings that were built of some of the only (Continue reading)

The Whaley House

The Whaley House

With such a full and colorful history stretching back over 200 years, it is little wonder that San Diego has a reputation as, well, a bit haunted… People say that the departed love San Diego so much that they simply don’t want to leave! The Whaley House in Old Town San Diego is reputed to be among the most (Continue reading)