If you’re visiting San Diego this summer, it’s hard to avoid Balboa Park. The 1,200-acre the urban cultural park is home to the San Diego Zoo, the Summer Shakespeare
Festival, and 17 different museums. The question about Balboa Park is less
whether to visit it but what you should do with the limited time of your trip.
Fortunately, we have you covered. Here are our recommendations for what to do
when visiting Balboa Park.
Have a Picnic
It’s a beautiful park with exciting views all around, so why not take
the time to enjoy them with a picnic. You can bring your own picnic supplies
and camp down in one of the areas that allow food, or you can go to Panama 66
if you didn’t plan ahead. There you can order a glass of wine or a craft beer
and borrow a picnic blanket, camping next to the May S. Marcy Sculpture Garden.
When you finish your picnic, you may want to visit the sculpture garden itself. Read more here…
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Summer vacation is almost here, and where better to spend your time than in sunny, vibrant San Diego? When you stay at the Bed & Breakfast Inn in La Jolla, you’re just a short drive away from everything San Diego has to offer — and right around the corner from some of the most beautiful beaches in the area. But there’s more to San Diego than beaches. The question isn’t whether you should spend your summer vacation here, but how you’d like to spend your summer vacation. Here are just a few attractions you might consider while you’re here for the summer. Read more here…