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Old Town San Diego

Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, located in the Old Town neighborhood of San DiegoCalifornia, is a state protected historical park in San Diego. It commemorates the early days of the town of San Diego and includes many historic buildings from the period 1820 to 1870
 

Activities

  • Museums
  • Restaurants
 
Before you go
One of the most visited San Diego attractions is Old Town San Diego by both residents and tourists. What attracts so many to this small area of San Diego is the history and culture that remains a part of old town. There are over 25 restaurants in a mile radius all offering authentic and cultural cuisine. In addition to the food and shopping Old Town hosts many eventsand has nightly entertainment in many of the restaurants located here. Within Old Town there are three Park Agencies: State, City and County, all of which have historic sites operated as museums.
Faqs

How can we get to Old Town?

There are a number of ways to get to Old Town, centrally located just north of downtown at the intersection of Interstate Highways 5 and 8.
If traveling by car, you can get driving directions or use one of San Diego’s mass transit facilities.
Take the Old Town Avenue Exit from Interstate 5.
To get to Old Town by Trolley take the Green Line.
Old Town San Diego
10.4 Miles from Hotel
San Diego, California 619-291-4903 Visit Website
 

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