Explore the waterfront sights of san Diego bay
From boat charters, to seafood restaurants serving up the freshest California coastal cuisine, the San Diego Bay and waterfront is a hub of lively discoveries and new experiences at the edge of the coast. Go behind the scenes of Aaron Chang's world-famous ocean art galleries, browse the shops and boutiques that dot Seaport Village, or stroll the piers that line the Embarcadero. Within minutes, you'll find the city's most scenic spots, with bay views serving as the perfect backdrop for drinks with friends, or lunch with the family. Explore everything San Diego's waterfront has to offer and soak up the spirit of the city.
Visit the San Diego Maritime Museum's collection of historic vessels including sailing ships, steam-powered boats and submarines. You can board and explore the ships, and they even have on-the-water adventures!
Explore this charming, vibrant village with waterfront shopping, dining, and outdoor entertainment. Browse its boutiques, or savor a taste of the bay at eateries like Edgewater Grill or Harbor House.
Relive history aboard the longest-serving Navy aircraft carrier, where you can visit the bridge high over the flight deck, and enjoy family activities including flight simulators and short films. Admission includes a self-guided audio tour of 60 exhibits and 29 restored aircraft.
Experience San Diego's newest shopping, dining, and entertainment center featuring eclectic shops and boutiques in an open air marketplace. Enjoy Al fresco dining, enticing restaurants and specialty food spots. Built in 1939 and listed on The National Register of Historic Places, this iconic complex originally served as the San Diego Police Headquarters.