8 Things To Do In San Diego, Pt. 2
San Diego is an exciting city full of food and experiences you’ll love time and time again; whether you live here, have visited countless times, or are visiting for the first time, there’s always something you’ll love to try for the first time or experience all over again.
Sifting through all the San Diego entertainment out there can be difficult though, which is why we’ve created this blog series full of San Diego attractions for you to enjoy. In part one of this series, we talked about the San Diego Zoo, USS Midway Museum, Balboa Park, and, of course, San Diego Musical Theatre. Next time you’re in town, you should definitely look up our current theater shows to see if there’s something that catches your fancy. And with all the classic Broadway shows we offer, it shouldn’t be too hard to find one you’ll love.
SeaWorld® San Diego
What doesn’t this San Diego attraction have? SeaWorld® San Diego is an animal theme park, outdoor aquarium, oceanarium, and marine mammal park. There are parades, shows, and exhibits everyone in your family will love, and you can’t miss the opportunity to get closer than ever before with certain animals and the teams who take care of them.
Hotel del Coronado
Whether you’re staying in one of the rooms at Hotel del Coronado or you simply want to stop by to see where Some Like It Hot was filmed, you can’t go wrong with a visit to this iconic beachside hotel. It’s been featured in movies, literature, music, television, and even on a stamp! This beachside hotel known for its red roof and white building will surely make your visit to San Diego more memorable.
This lively downtown neighborhood is known for its vibrant nightlife. With everything from ice cream shops to restaurants to bars to San Diego Musical Theatre itself, you can’t go wrong with the Gaslamp Quarter. Plan a date night in this part of town, complete with dinner, San Diego theater tickets, and dessert or drinks afterward! It’s a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places, and SDMT couldn’t be more proud for this to be the location of our theater shows.
La Jolla Cove
Break away from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy this picturesque cove that’s just waiting to be posted on your Instagram. La Jolla Cove offers the chance for swimming, snorkeling, and even scuba diving, and the water is so pristine that visibility can sometimes exceed 30 feet. The verdict is just as clear: no trip to San Diego is complete without visiting La Jolla Cove.
Now that you have these indoor and outdoor San Diego attractions to check out, you’re ready to explore! Grab your sunglasses, comfortable shoes, and maybe even a swimsuit — you never know what you’re getting into with San Diego entertainment. Of course, you won’t need a swimsuit when visiting San Diego Musical theater, just your Broadway tickets!