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Best things to do in San Diego

History Museum
“Striking early 20th century home located just north of Balboa Park. Guided tours Friday - Monday. ”
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Konstgalleri
“One of a kind gallery owned by National Geographic Magazines that showcases their best photography in large format prints (which you can actually buy). Lots of super incredible photographs including many underwater scenes and nature scenes. FREE!!”
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Museum
“Really cool photos, stories, and artifacts of the way it used to be in Encinitas and Cardiff. Right next to San Diego Botanical Garden.”
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Musikplats
“WorldBeat is truly one of San Diego's hidden gems. Hidden, because there's never much publicity about it - certainly not in any tourist guides or info I've ever seen. Decorated with multicultural art from around the world, WorldBeat hosts performances, ceremonies & lessons of music, dance, drumming from around the world (sometimes free, always good). They sell great food/drink, they have an organic garden outside, they support kids' education through their garden and activities, and they're just an all around good-doing, fun-having, world-enriching entity. Located near the middle of Balboa Park, right next to Park Blvd, it's easy to get to. www.worldbeatcenter.org”
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History Museum
“If spooky things are your thing, take a tour of the old Whaley House Museum. It is said to be haunted..... !”
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Konstgalleri
“Really well-curated boutique that sells jewelry, crafts, and homewares all made by local artists. Everything is well-priced. It's the perfect place to get a thoughtful gift for someone back home, between $10-$50. ”
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Konstgalleri
“Public market with tons of craft vendors sharing a unique space. You will find everything from wonderful desserts, to cheese shops, to craft brew and meats, etc... Walk across the street to the local park and have a picnic too! ”
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Accessories Store
“A San Diego institution! Create your own potted succulents or pick up a little gift for a friend or a coworker. ”
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Kafé
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“Right downstairs in the building! Cool little coffee shop with local art displayed.”
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History Museum
“Bustling park offers a Saturday farmer’s market, vintage train rides, a museum & historic buildings. About 5 minutes away! Address: 14134 Midland Rd, Poway, CA 92064”
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Library
“A wonderful local institution -- walk around and check out the art! Great used book store, too.”
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History Museum
“Small local museum -- a good place to get tourist info at the Visitors' center in the lobby.”
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Konstgalleri
“For a vivid and glossy high def piece of "Ocean Art" to remember your Solana Beach surfin' safari take a look at Aaron Chang's amazing collection.”
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Museum
“The History Center presents dynamic, engaging exhibitions highlighting what makes San Diego unique and the region’s emerging role in the 21st century. We serve as a lifelong learning center for all members of our community, providing outstanding educational programs for school children and popular programs for families and adults.”
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Library
“Check out a book. Read it. Then give it back. What a great system! I have a card if you want to borrow it.”
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Lighthouse
“Located on the military base at the southern tip of Sunset Cliffs Natural Park, the Old Point Loma Lighthouse (built in 1855) served as a beacon for sailors for centuries, and today serves as a link to our past. The Old Point Loma Lighthouse stood watch over the entrance to San Diego Bay for 36 years. At dusk on November 15, 1855, the light keeper climbed the winding stairs and lit the light for the first time. What seemed to be a good location 422 feet above sea level, however, had a serious flaw. Fog and low clouds often obscured the light. On March 23, 1891, the light was extinguished and the keeper moved to a new lighthouse location closer to the water at the tip of the Point.”
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