This waterfront boardwalk path ambles along between the blue water of the Bay and the tourist friendly attractions on land creating a perfect way to spend an afternoon.
Situated in downtown San Diego, the popular Seaport Village is nestled between the historic USS Midway Aircraft Carrier and the San Diego Convention Center, which hosts the original Comic-Con.
An open-air market offering a range of specialty shops & eateries spread throughout a heritage site. Former police headquarters.
USS Midway Museum serves as a constant reminder of the symbiotic relationship that San Diego has with the military.
A special place for visitors, the San Diego Visitor INFO Center is located in the newly redeveloped North Embarcadero area of the downtown waterfront. Considered by many to be a work of art.
San Diego’s Star of India is the ‘world’s oldest active sailing ship’. When many were still being created out of wood, this iron ship built in 1863 was a great experiment. Beginning the stages of her life as Euterpe, this full-rigged ship continued until changes were made almost four decades later.
The San Diego County Administration Center is a historic Beaux-Arts/Spanish Revival-style building in San Diego, California. It houses the offices of the Government of San Diego County.
Headquartered on the waterfront across from San Diego International Airport, Coast Guard Sector San Diego is comprised of a dynamic mix of people and resources.
San Diego International Airport, formerly known as Lindbergh Field, is an international airport 3 miles northwest of Downtown San Diego. It is owned and operated by the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.
USS Recruit was a landlocked “dummy” training ship of the United States Navy, located at the Naval Training Center in the Point Loma area of San Diego. She was built to scale, two-thirds the size of a Dealey-class destroyer escort, and was commissioned on July 27, 1949.