Things To Do

The San Diego Zoo might be temporarily closed, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the wildlife up close. We might have found your boredom cure. The San Diego Zoo's virtualspring break is sixteen days of animal cuteness and fun to entertain you while you're stuck at home. 

While the "break" is technically for the kiddos, who says it also can't be a fun escape for the kids at heart?

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Have you ever wished you could watch a movie outdoors on a mattress? Instead of lugging your own bed out in the elements, you can lounge in the ultimate comfort already provided for you. The world's most comfortable bed cinema is coming to San Diego this summer. Why not bring your friends for a movie night under the stars?

This pop-up event will swing by Southern California for four days this June 10–14. The event location is currently TBD. We will update the article as soon as it is released. 

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Traveling doesn't always have to be expensive. If you're visiting the Golden State, we've got some fun suggestions to add to your bucket list. These free things to do in San Diego prove you don't have to break the bank to have fun. Who's up for a day trip?

From contemporary art museums to sprawling lush green parks, beautiful white sand beaches, and local concerts, you will find a little bit of everything to see and do here.

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Have you ever daydreamed about dining in a lost forest overlooking a private waterfall? Your fantasy is probably a lot closer than you imagined. This San Diego Zoo restaurant seems too good to be true. You can sip mimosas while surrounded by exotic animals! 

Since there's plenty of open-air seating at Albert's, you can get the best seat in the house to spot all of your favorite jungle animals below. 

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If you’re anything like us, you’re always on the look for the next amazing adventure or a completely unique experience. We’ve found something truly amazing. Dinner With A View is a gorgeous dome pop-up that’s coming to San Diego’s Liberty Station early next year.

Dining in a dome is super-trendy right now for multiple reasons. Just go on Instagram, look up bubble restaurants, and you’ll see what we mean. If you want to experience it for yourself, now’s your chance.

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One of the best things about California is that you can explore beautiful hikes year-round. While the east coast is getting a super cold winter, Cali locals are sitting pretty. If you’re in the mood for adventure, we’ve found a 150-foot-tall waterfall near San Diego. It’s honestly the perfect hidden gem. 

Three Sisters Waterfall Hike is a 4.5-mile hike with an elevation gain of 997 feet. You’ll find the falls near San Diego, in the city of Descanso. You can find full directions on how to reach the hike here.

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It’s that time of the year again. It’s finally getting colder, and you’re looking for ways to get cute and cozy with your honey. If you need some cute inspo, we’ve got just the thing. Here are the 7 best romantic date ideas in San Diego you need to try this winter. 

From ice skating on the beach to whale watching, holiday light parades, and the largest international Christmas market you’ve ever been to, the options are endless. You’re going to want to take plenty of pics!

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It may only be Halloween, but we already have a mile-long list of Christmas activities we want to do this winter. Here’s another one to add to the list. You can go ice skating on the beach at this Christmas wonderland coming to San Diego. Now, this is what dreams are made of.

Ice skating and the ocean is the perfect combo we never knew we needed. This scenic rink has it all. Who doesn’t want to watch the sunset over a white sand beach while skating?

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We don’t know about you, but we’re not really dinner and a movie type of folks. If you’re looking to mix things up a bit and surprise your special someone, we’ve got a treat for you. San Diego is full of hidden gems and fun adventures to go on. So, we’ve listed a few ideas for you to try out. Here are the best secret San Diego date ideas to take your partner to this fall (or whenever you wanna go). 

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Almost everyone loves The Golden State, but we’re big believers that San Diego doesn’t get enough recognition. So, if you’re looking for unique and cool things to do and places to see in San Diego, we’ve got you covered. There’s no shortage of things to do in this beautiful city.

You can wander through a quirky garden that looks like it was carved by Edward Scissorhands, snorkel in an underwater park, and eat mouth-watering tacos at a colorful restaurant entirely dedicated to Mexican wrestling.

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Have you ever been to a speakeasy next door to a cemetery? This hidden prohibition style bar is San Diego’s newest drinking hot spot, Oculto 477.

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This forest escape is something out of a travel book. If you're looking for some of the best hikes in southern California, Mission Trails Regional Park offers the most incredible nature views!

While it’s easy to picture sandy beaches and the Hollywood sign when it comes to California, the Golden State has so much more to offer. In just only two hours from SoCal, you can drive to the desert or the mountains. 

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