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Bazaar del Mundo’s Latin American Festival & Mata Ortiz Pottery Show

Bazaar del Mundo’s Latin American Festival & Mata Ortiz Pottery Show

Here’s your chance to meet some of the finest folk artists in the world at...  Bazaar del Mundo’s Latin American Festival & Mata Ortiz Pottery Show Old Town San Diego's beloved Bazaar del Mundo Shops present three lively days of folk art, food and entertainment at its annual Latin American Festival (Continue reading)

The NAT: Giants of the Deep

The NAT: Giants of the Deep

The San Diego Natural History Museum in Balboa Park has a mission to promote understanding of the evolution and diversity of southern California and the peninsula of Baja California; and to inspire in all a respect for nature and the environment. All of this is brought to wondrous life through fascinating (Continue reading)

Visit Escondido

Visit Escondido

Welcome to Escondido, come for the wildlife… stay for the culture! Escondido may mean “hidden” but it’s no secret there’s a lot going on here! Located just 30 miles northeast of downtown San Diego and 20 minutes from the coast, Escondido is home to major attractions, beautiful wineries, craft (Continue reading)

Get outdoors when you Visit National City

Get outdoors when you Visit National City

National City is lined with charming Victorian buildings, historic landmarks as well as new hotels and shopping centers that give it a modern flare. Visit Pepper Park, a 5 1/2–acre park with picnic areas, an improved boat launch ramp with two 10-foot wide boarding floats and a fishing pier equipped with lights (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #57 The Crown City

Thing To Do #57 The Crown City

Coronado Island is the kind of place where you feel at home the moment you arrive. Situated just across the Big Bay from downtown San Diego, Coronado is known for the historic Hotel del Coronado and the distinctive San Diego-Coronado Bridge. Coronado offers much more: sparkling sand beaches, charming small-town (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #39 Miniature Models And More

Thing To Do #39 Miniature Models And More

At the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum in Carlsbad, be prepared to feel larger than life as you walk through aisles of miniature models with attention to detail that will take your breath away. Start with the miniature dollhouses, each housing multiple rooms and telling a story of their own. Next, check (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 #27 Queen Califia’s Magical Circle

Thing To Do #27 Queen Califia’s Magical Circle

Queen Califia’s Magical Circle is a sculpture garden located in Escondido. It is one of the last works of French artist Niki de Saint Phalle. The garden is named after Califia, the fictional warrior queen of the mythical Island of California, and inspired by California’s rich history and culture. It includes a (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #23 San Pasqual Battle Field

Thing To Do #23 San Pasqual Battle Field

[caption id="attachment_17397" align="alignleft" width="180"] Photo Credit: California Department of Parks & Recreation[/caption] San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park is located on a hillside of the San Pasqual Valley, overlooking the Mexican-American War battle site and includes the American soldier’s (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)

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