Old Town San Diego
Visit Old Town San Diego, where history lives and the fiesta goes on 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 and San Diego’s first newspaper office. There’s also a working blacksmith shop, a reconstructed cigar store, adobe homes from the days of Mexican California. There are beautiful gardens and a stable with a carriage collection. Located within the park is Fiesta De Reyes, offering a festive and fun ambiance with 19 locally owned specialty shops and three distinct restaurants. Fiesta De Reyes features a 10-room boutique hotel, all inspired by 19th-century pueblo life. With live music and dancing daily, Fiesta De Reyes is a colorful experience that the whole family will remember.
Fiesta De Reyes
Old Town San Diego is often referred to as the “birthplace of San Diego”. Today Fiesta De Reyes continues to celebrate this rich culture and history. You’ll find shops and restaurants inspired by 19thcentury pueblo life—an ongoing fiesta of live entertainment and myriad opportunities for visitors and locals alike. Come taste the essence of life in San Diego during its infancy from 1821 to 1872.
The stage in Fiesta De Reyes provides free daily live musical entertainment. Every weekend Old Town’s favorite mariachi bands and musical acts, as well as beautiful folklorico dancers make for an unforgettable experience. Check website for the full schedule.
Fiesta De Reyes is home to 19 unique specialty shops. From hot sauces, silver jewelry, olive oil, toys, unique garden items, and original artwork. All of the shops in Fiesta de Reyes are locally owned and independently operated.
Casa de Reyes Restaurant is in the very heart of Fiesta De Reyes. Enjoy the thriving garden of exotic succulents and tropicals. With fare tending toward traditional Mexican comfort food, they also have a flair that elevates each dish above the usual Mexican restaurant offerings.
Old Town Historic State Park