Go San Diego Card Attractions

Air and Space Museum Your journey through the history of flight at the San Diego Air & Space Museum begins as you stand beneath a model of the Montgolfier brothers’ hot air balloon of 1783 — the first manned vehicle in recorded history to break the bonds of gravity and lift humans above the Earth.

Belmont Park Unlimited Ride Wristband Unlimited rides on roller coasters and thrill rides that overlook the Pacific…need we say more?

Birch Aquarium at Scripps Discover a stunning variety of marine habitats, along with an unforgettable view overlooking La Jolla and the Pacific Ocean! Enter the world of sharks, seahorses, living coral reefs and more, and dive into exhibits that showcase the mysteries of ocean, air, and life, through interactive displays and multimedia.

Boomers! San Diego Unlimited Pass Enjoy all-day access and an unlimited ride wristband to enjoy every thrilling moment you’re at Boomers! San Diego.

Chinese Historical Museum Within a historic mission building that served as the first church and school for Chinese immigrants to San Diego, visitors find a collection of historical photographs, calligraphy, costumes, artifacts, furniture, and art.

Coronado Ferry Departing downtown San Diego from both the Broadway Pier and the Convention Center, the Coronado Ferry drops you off at Ferry Landing Marketplace — simply put, a shopper’s paradise.

Dolby Theatre® Guided Tour This half-hour walking tour is your VIP access to the home of the Academy Awards® Ceremonies. Step inside and revel in the elegance of this state of the art facility.

Firehouse Museum The San Diego Firehouse Museum in historic Little Italy proudly displays over 150 years of firefighting history from around the world.

Flagship/San Diego Harbor Excursions: Your Choice of Harbor Tour or Whale Watch (one per day) Your choice of a Harbor Tour OR Whale Watch daily with Go San Diego Card. Enjoy the best sightseeing on the bay with San Diego’s longest running harbor cruise company. Choose a 1 hour professionally narrated tour of San Diego Bay. Tours run daily, year ‘round. Comfortable indoor and outdoor seating is available. Snacks, beer, wine and sodas are available for purchase. No reservations required. Join us today!

Flagship/San Diego Harbor Excursions: Your Choice of Whale Watch or Harbor Tour (one per day) Whale watch is seasonal and is available through April 14th, 2013. Reservations are required and can be booked once tickets have been purchased. a 3 and a half hour adventure to watch for majestic gray whales that often pass through local waters.

Gaslamp Quarter Walking Tour See San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter – the first area settled of what is considered modern San Diego — on a guided, behind-the-scenes, informative walking tour.

GoCar Tours; 30 minute navigational tour GoCar is the first-ever GPS guided tour car that launched in San Francisco in April 2004. Today, it’s the most exhilarating, entertaining and enlightening way to tour San Diego. GoCar is the world’s first computer guided storytelling car.

Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes Tour by Red Line Explore Hollywood's hidden secrets with Red Line Tours" Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes™. Expert guides will lead you through 100 years of Hollywood history using our groundbreaking "Live Audio" technology.

Hollywood Museum Behold the cinematic splendor of Hollywood as you peruse thousands of beloved items from Hollywood’s glitzy history, spread out on four floors and across 35,000 square feet.

Hotel del Coronado Walking Tour Built in 1888, this classic beachfront respite has long been heralded as one of America’s most beautiful beach resorts. Since then, the resort has become a living legend, visited by celebrities, dignitaries and U.S. presidents.

Japanese Friendship Garden, San-Kei-En For nearly 100 years, this splendid garden has offered Zen serenity. Created as a gesture of friendship between the U.S. and Japan, the garden features calming elements like a sand and stone garden as well as koi pond with central island. Perfect for leisurely strolls.

Knott's Berry Farm America's first theme park continues to thrill visitors daily with world-class roller coasters, water rides, children's activities and plenty of entertainment. Show your bravery on the gravity-defying Screamin' Swing, or cool down on the Timber Mountain Log Ride.

Knott's Soak City Water Park NOTE: Knott's Soak City Water Park has closed. The Go San Diego Cards will still be accepted at the Knott's Soak City, Buena Park location beginning in Summer 2013. Apologies for this inconvenience.

La Jolla kayaking, biking, or snorkeling With valid Go San Diego Cards, you have your choice of either a one-hour bike rental, a full day snorkeling gear rental package (mask, snorkel, fins) OR a two-hour tandem kayak rental (two person minimum for kayak rental offer). One complimentary offer can be used per day, per valid Go San Diego Card holder.

LEGOLAND® California Explore a village made of DUPLO blocks, rush through a 312-foot water pipe and play knight in a LEGO® kingdom. And that's just for starters. This top attraction is full of rides and scenes built from miniature plastic blocks — a definite must-see.

Living Coast Discovery Center Discover the Living Coast Discovery Center, San Diego Bay’s native wildlife center. A zooquarium that focuses on the importance of coastal resource conservation, the Living Coast Discovery Center features a number diverse and fascinating exhibits set just steps from the pristine coastline of San Diego Bay.

Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum Over 225,000 sailors served aboard the USS Midway aircraft carrier during its nearly 50 years of operation. This floating museum includes sleeping quarters, flight control deck and even the ship's jail. Enjoy beautiful water front views of the San Diego coastline as well.

Mingei International Museum Mingei International Museum is recognized as a place of enlightenment where art speaks eloquently of the similarities and distinctions of individuals and cultures.

Miramar Speed Circuit Race (M-F only) Feel Like a race car driver at this indoor kart track. Choose from a track with hairpin turns and straight-aways or a longer and more technical course.

Model Railroad Museum Stop by the San Diego Model Railroad Museum in Balboa Park and let nostalgia take over as you behold the largest model railroad display (27,000 feet, to be precise) in the world.

Museum of Contemporary Art - Downtown The recently expanded Museum, in the heart of downtown San Diego, features the new Joan and Irwin Jacobs Building and David C. Copley Building.

Museum of Contemporary Art - La Jolla Located on a site overlooking the Pacific Ocean, MCASD has been a landmark in La Jolla since it was established in 1941. Designed in 1916 by Irving Gill and originally the home of celebrated philanthropist Ellen Browning Scripps, the 60,000 square-foot Museum boasts breathtaking coastal views.

Museum of History and Art, Coronado Historical Association The Coronado Historical Association encourages and promotes the appreciation, knowledge and understanding of Coronado's unique art, architecture and history.

Museum of Making Music By combining the sounds and images of popular music with the progression of instrument design and development, visitors can see, hear, and interact with a century of musical history.

Museum of Photographic Arts One of the few institutions in the country devoted to photography, the Museum of Photographic Arts (MoPA) houses more than 9,000 images representing the entire history of the medium, its aesthetic movements, and technological advances.

Natural History Museum Fossils, gemstones and dinosaur bones: explore all the richness of Southern California's natural history at this popular museum. Younger kids will love the "learn and play" activities and the whole family can enjoy a free 3D movie daily.

New Children's Museum With a variety of hands-on activities this museum provides a comfortable and engaging environment for the entire family to enjy together.

PETCO Park Tours This interactive guided tour describes the ballpark's unique features and takes you behind the scenes to enjoy restricted-access areas that few guests see. Highlights include an exclusive premium lounge and private luxury suite, the press box, dugouts and the bullpen, and the warning track.

Reuben H. Fleet Science Center plus IMAX The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center is a scientific complex, full of fascinating, hands-on learning experiences for visitors of all ages, AND it is home to the world’s first IMAX Dome Theater, presenting the biggest films on earth!

San Diego Art Institute The San Diego Art Institute, in its ongoing commitment to regional visual arts and artists, presents the Museum of the Living Artist. A visit to the Museum of the Living Artist is your opportunity to see local artwork and support San Diego's artists and art community. Be a part of what's happening in regional arts today.

San Diego Automotive Museum Started by a renowned auto collector, this unique museum features plenty of memorabilia, photo opportunities and restored classics. Insider tip: make sure to see the road-trip-inspired 1940s Cadillac that's fitted with fridge, toilet and kitchen sink.

San Diego Hall of Champions No matter what sport you love, there's likely to be a glimpse of its history in this notable museum. Displays represent more than 40 sports in three floors packed with memorabilia. Insider tip: skateboard enthusiasts should check out the Tony Hawk exhibit!

San Diego History Center Located in beautiful Balboa Park, the San Diego History Center presents the colorful and diverse history of the region, interpreting San Diego's growth from pre-contact through present day.

San Diego Museum of Art The region's largest fine arts museum houses plenty to thrill any art lover. Standout exhibits include the American Arts & Crafts Movement collection, landscapes by French artists like Monet and the works of Spanish artists from four centuries. Truly a can't-miss.

San Diego Museum of Man San Diego Museum of Man is the only anthropological institution in the region devoted to the celebration of diversity and attempting to answer the question, ‘What makes us human?’ Nestled in the heart of San Diego's historic Balboa Park, the Museum of Man brings together beauty, history, anthropology, art, and artifacts from ancient and contemporary cultures underneath the magnificent California Tower, educating and exciting visitors of all ages.

San Diego Zoo From cute and cuddly to creepy crawlers, the San Diego Zoo is the world's largest zoo and the most progressive in the world and you can see more than 800 species.

San Diego Zoo Safari Park Take this wildlife excursion and you will feel like you have stepped into Africa. This park offers a very realistic mini-safari excursion and is home to more than 3,500 animals and representing 429 species.

SeaWorld San Diego (ONLY on 3, 5, and 7 Day Cards) Celebrate the natural wonders of the ocean at SeaWorld San Diego, a can’t-miss California destination that’s sure to delight and inspire visitors of all ages!

The Whaley House Museum The world-famous Whaley House is said to be the most haunted house in America.

UTC Ice Sports Center Bring the entire to UTC Ice Sports Center and skate away. Rental skates are available for children ages 2 and over and adults up to 15.

Wave House Athletic Club Experience the thrill of riding a wave in this safe and controlled environment. You can choose a "1 hour flowrider" session or use of the gym, Historic Plunge Pool and group classes.

Whale Watching Cruise by Newport Landing Have you ever seen a 90-foot giant blue whale? How about a humpback whale? Here's your chance to view these majestic creatures — along with dolphins, seals, killer whales, sharks and other sea life — with expert commentary from a captain and crew.

William Heath Davis House The William Heath Davis House is the oldest wooden structure in downtown San Diego. Constructed by William Heath Davis in 1850, the house is a pre-framed lumber 'salt box' family home from the east coast, shipped to San Diego by boat around Cape Horn.

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