Source: Ken Lund
San Diego Old Town is a place where one can enjoy Adobe homes, old museums, important landmarks and shops, Informative parks and many more. So, you should grab the opportunity to see the old town where San Diego founders lived. At this place, you get to know about California in early 1930. There are many reasons to visit old town San Diego old Town. Some of them are mentioned below:
1 Old Town San Diego State Historic Park
Source: Ken Lund
The park is located in the old building of Robinson Rose and all the staff members of the park are dressed up in old attire. The park provides informative tours explaining the history of the old town. There is a visit to the center and many other historical buildings in the park which are open from 10 am to 5 pm.
- Name: Old Town San Diego State Historic Park
- Address: 4002 Wallace St, San Diego, CA 92110, United States
- Phone:+1 619-220-5422
- Website: www.parks.ca.gov
2 McCoy House
Source: shankar s.
Just near the State Historic Park is Mc Coy House which is the reflection of past of San Diego and the staff of the museum is very friendly and provides quick answers to queries of tourists. The place is worth watch tourist destination of old town because of rare pictures and interactive displays. This old museum was established in 1869.
- Name: McCoy House
- Address: Wallace St, San Diego, CA 92110, United States
3 Harney Sushi Restaurant
Source: Melonie Gallegos
This is best Japanese restaurant in San Diego which offers superb quality Harney Sushi. Here one can enjoy more than 40 cakes, 50 types of wines and 35 gourmet specialty rolls. All the dishes are mouth-watering and tempting. Harney sushi restaurant has presented sushi in the best ways and made it best Japanese Dish.
- Name: Harney Sushi Restaurant
- Address: 3964 Harney St, San Diego, CA 92110, United States
- Phone: +1 619-295-3272
- Website: www.harneysushi.com
4 Whaley House
Source: Bonnie Dean
Whaley House was San Diego first brick house which was built in 1857. This building is used as a general store, courthouse, school and first commercial theater of San Diego. The place is believed to be haunted by spirits. It is open all the year from 10 am to 10 pm every day.
- Name: Whaley House
- Address: 2476 San Diego Ave, San Diego, CA 92110, United States
- Phone: +1 619-297-7511
- Opened: May 25, 1960
5 Bazaar Del Mundo
Source: Bonnie Dean
In the famous Juan street, there is located famous shopping and dining place “Bazaar Del Mundo”. This is beautiful market decorated with fountains, festive flags, and colorful flowers. Here one can shop for Latin American art and craft items, jewelry, fashion products, and home accessories. The bazaar is open at 10 am every day.
- Name: Bazaar Del Mundo
- Address: 4133 Taylor St, San Diego, CA 92110, United States
- Phone: +1 619-296-3161
- Website: www.bazaardelmundo.com
6 Junipero Serra Museum
Source: Gary J. Wood
This museum is an homage to father Junipero Serra, the founder of 21 missions in California. The building is constructed 160 feet above the old town. The museum is located inside Historical Presidio Park. It is open only on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm in winters and till 5 pm in summers.
- Name: Junipero Serra Museum
- Address: 2727 Presidio Dr, San Diego, CA 92103, United States
- Phone: +1 619-232-6203
- Website: www.sandiegohistory.org
7 Fiesta De Reyes/Casa de Reyes
There is no place like this in Old town San Diego. It provides best and unique dining, music and shopping experience all at one place. It represents the California charm in old days along with live music and Folklorico dances. It is located in the north eastern part of Old town and has two Mexican restaurants with 19 unique shops which are open from 10 am to 9 pm daily.
- Name: Fiesta De Reyes/Casa de Reyes
- Address: 2754 Calhoun St, San Diego, CA 92110, United States
- Phone: +1 619-220-5040
- Website: www.fiestadereyes.com
So, if you are planning to visit San Diego Old Town, then consider the above top sites which will make your trip an amazing one.
Have a good trip and travel!