20 Best Free Things to Do in San Diego

Your guide to the best free things to do in San Diego for families, couples and locals including neighborhoods & beaches with free activities & popular hikes!
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Planning a vacation can be a lot of fun! Between picking out the best attractions to explore with your family, discovering new places to dine, checking out upcoming events and locating the perfect place to stay, organizing a trip is exciting! Visiting somewhere new means discovering all of the intriguing things that come along with it.

When it comes to planning a vacation, it’s pretty easy for it to become costly and blow the budget you had set for the trip. Without some free things to do, it can all start to add up very quickly!

While staying on budget during vacation can be tough, San Diego is the perfect destination for the budget conscious traveler as it features a variety of free things for visitors (and locals) to do!

The Unconditional Surrender Statue Next to the USS Midway
The Unconditional Surrender Statue Next to the USS Midway

Free Things in San Diego

San Diego is a family-friendly town full of free activities for the entire family, from outdoor enthusiasts to history buffs searching for the quintessential San Diego museum. The free family fun you are looking for will definitely be found in the area.

For couples visiting San Diego and locals alike, there's an abundance of free activities that will make for the perfect date day or date night! Whether you are searching for a romantic activity to celebrate an anniversary like a stroll through the historic Gaslamp Quarter, a birthday of window shopping in Downtown San Diego or a free stroll on one of the 78 beautiful beaches in San Diego just because, there’s a free activity waiting for you.

San Diego is also well-known for its mild temperature and blue skies, perfect for going on a free hike at one of the many parks throughout the area.

Get the family, a small group or go as a couple and get some fresh air while exploring nature and hopefully enjoy an incredible view during your hike! Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve and Mission Trails Regional Park are two fan favorites in the San Diego area we cover below!

Start by exploring our tips on how to get heavily discounted admission to the most popular attractions in town so that they are 'almost free'. Next, explore our list of budget-friendly hotels so you can stay-and-play on a tight budget. Finally, explore our list of the best free things to do in San Diego!

The Best Free Things to Do in San Diego

From beach activities like swimming and sunbathing to exploring a historic neighborhood like Old Town or the Gaslamp Quarter to going on a hike at one of the dozens of San Diego area parks, there is something ‘free’ that everyone will enjoy!

Our team had a lot of fun gathering our personal favorite free San Diego activities for the list below. With so much to do in the area we really had to focus on just the best of the best to build our list of the top 20 best free things to do in San Diego!

Sunny Day at Windansea Beach
Sunny Day at Windansea Beach

1) Spend a Free Day at One of San Diego’s Popular Beaches

Beach: Windansea Beach

One of the best free San Diego attractions is none other than the visiting one of the beautiful area beaches.

There are several beaches to choose from in San Diego with some of the most popular and our personal favorites being La Jolla Cove, Mission Beach, Coronado Central Beach, Ocean Beach Pier & City Beach and Pacific Beach.

We really think that a family beach day is a great way to create memories! Families can spend time together building sandcastles, swimming, surfing or just have a meaningful chat while sunbathing. Let's just say, a free day at the beach can be just as good as the most expensive San Diego attraction you can find!

Bike Riding on the Boardwalk Along Mission Bay
Bike Riding on the Boardwalk Along Mission Bay

2) Ride Bikes around Mission Bay

Neighborhood: Mission Bay Park
Beach: Sail Bay
Address:
3220 Bayside Walk San Diego, CA 92109

Another great free activity for families, couples and anyone looking for a fun activity is going for a bike ride around Mission Bay. The Mission Bay bike path is a paved trail that loops around the bay. It's a great option for families who want to get outdoors, exercise and get some fresh air!

The bike path is anywhere between 3 miles and 19 miles depending on which route you choose to take. While riding through Mission Bay, there will be views of the aquatic park, palm trees and of course, the bay.

To rent bikes for the day at a discounted rate, check out the options on the Go City San Diego pass. While not completely free, the pass offers bikes for the entire family with a helmet and a map of the area. Use our discount code, GVSD5OFF for bonus savings!

Sea Lions on the Beach at the Childrens Pool in La Jolla
Sea Lions on the Beach at the Childrens Pool in La Jolla

3) Visit the Seals at The Children's Pool in La Jolla

Beach: The Children's Pool
Address:
Village of La Jolla, CA 92037

The Children's Pool in La Jolla is another popular, free activity where families can spend a day enjoying sunshine and the area's wildlife. This unique San Diego attraction dates back to 1932 when a seawall was built to protect the shore from oncoming waves, making it the safest place for children to swim.

Now, the Children's Pool is popularly known for the abundance of harbor seals and sea lions that can be found on the beach.

Do keep in mind that although swimmers are allowed, it is highly discouraged due to concerns about water quality and safety.

Fire Pit Fire at Vacation Isle on Mission Bay
Fire Pit Fire at Vacation Isle on Mission Bay

4) Roast Marshmallows on a Camp Fire along Mission Bay

Beach: Vacation Isle Park

Our team had a big consensus winner with our fourth free thing to do in San Diego! Apparently it’s one of all of our favorite things to do is to have a camp fire along the bay in Mission Bay. It is great for couples, families or just a group of friends.

There is nothing like sitting along the bay while roasting marshmallows when the sun is setting over the bay providing from some iconic photos of Mission Bay.

There a quite a few places along Mission Bay that have fire pits where you can have a camp fire. Since Mission Bay is a park operated by the City of San Diego, the fires are only permitted between 5 am and midnight giving you enough time to enjoy your fire at no cost.

For a bonus pro tip from a local, one of my personal favorite locations for roasting marshmallows is at Vacation Isle. With the water to the west, you’ll get to see the sun setting over the bay, a nice addition to this fantastic family activity!

Mural in Old Town San Diego
Mural in Old Town San Diego

5) Explore Historic Old Town San Diego

Neighborhood: Old Town San Diego
Address:
4002 Wallace St. San Diego, CA 92110

For families searching for a piece of southern California or more specifically San Diego history, consider spending an afternoon exploring the state's birthplace, better known as Old Town San Diego. There you’ll find a variety of preserved historic buildings that will take visitors back to when the town was first created in the 1820s.

Old Town also features a haunted history! Visitors can take a ghost tour to hear the ghost stories or checkout one of the other most haunted places in San Diego for even more paranormal fun!

Old Town State Historical Park will give you a glimpse into San Diego's past through its collection of 19th century businesses and homes. There's also the Whaley House Museum which has been designated a haunted house in the state of California - enter if you dare!

Those are just a few options of places to visit in Old Town and there are plenty more for the budget conscious traveler to explore!

Balboa Statue in Front of the Prado in Balboa Park
Balboa Statue in Front of the Prado in Balboa Park

6) Spend a Day in Balboa Park

Neighborhood: Balboa Park
Address:
1549 El Prado San Diego, CA 92101

Balboa Park is an urban cultural park that boasts over 1,200 acres. Visitors will have access to free amenities and attractions like: hiking trails, dog parks, interactive sculptures, museums, park tours and gardens.

In addition, there are free seasonal activities such as: the Annual Ethnic Food Fair in spring, Chinese New Year in spring, summer movies in the park, twilight in the park during summer, and kids free October and December nights.

While not completely free, heavily discounted admission to the world-famous San Diego Zoo as well as many of the more than a dozen Balboa Park museums located in the park can be had when you purchase a Go City San Diego pass in advance of your travels. Save even more when you stack our additional savings on top of the discounted rates!

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Sunset in Pacific Beach
Sunset in Pacific Beach

7) Watch a Picturesque Sunset on the Beach

Neighborhood: Pacific Beach

What better way to have a romantic evening than watching the sunset on the beach? Pacific Beach and La Jolla are ideal locations to spend an intimate evening with your significant other as you watch the setting sun over the Pacific Ocean.

Know that San Diego's beaches are all free for the public to visit and explore. To make the night even more special, head out to any of the area’s more than 78 incredible beaches with dinner or some snacks in hand.

My personal favorite beach for a sunset is Pacific Beach but in making this list, we had votes for La Jolla Shores beach, the Imperial Beach beaches and the Del Mar beaches. Know that the shoreline mostly faces the west, so sunsets over the Pacific Ocean are just part of the experience you get when visiting San Diego!

For an additional local tip, look for beaches that offer free parking! This list is about finding ‘free things to do’ of course so we want to make sure your adventure doesn't come with any unexpected costs!

A Nice Sunny Day at the Embarcadero
A Nice Sunny Day at the Embarcadero

8) Stroll through the Embarcadero

Neighborhood: Embarcadero San Diego
Address:
1600 Pacific Highway and Harbor Drive

I’m confident to say that one of the best, and one of my favorite places to spend the day exploring in San Diego is the Embarcadero!

Embarcadero is a Spanish word that means "the landing place" and in San Diego county, it is just that! This San Diego attraction is home to the USS Midway, USS Midway Museum, and is also home to the San Diego cruise terminal.

While not a free attraction, the USS Midway Museum can be visited at a discount when you purchase Go City San Diego passes in advance of your arrival. Use discount code GVSD50FF for bonus savings.

My family and I love to spend time walking around the Embarcadero to see some of the best sights San Diego has to offer along the San Diego Bay. A few notable areas include: Seaport Village which is a waterfront marketplace that features restaurants and shopping and Embarcadero Park South where you can catch the symphony playing during the summer.

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The Ocean and Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
The Ocean and Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

9) Explore Torrey Pine State Natural Reserve

San Diego Parks & Nature: Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
Address:
12600 N. Torrey Pines Rd. La Jolla, CA 92037

If you’re into a little hiking and incredible views, then Torrey Pine State Natural Reserve is for you! Home to over 3,000 of the nation's rarest pine trees and is 2,000 acres of coastal state park. Head to Torrey Pine State Natural Reserve offers eight miles of trails and endless beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean.

The reserve features hiking trails for every experience level. There are family-friendly hiking trails and more advanced hiking trails for the ultimate outdoor enthusiasts. No matter the experience level, Torrey Pine State Natural Reserve in La Jolla, California will make for a noteworthy hiking encounter.

Hiking at Mission Trails Regional Park
Hiking at Mission Trails Regional Park

10) Go for a Hike at Mission Trails Regional Park

Neighborhood: Mission Valley
Address:
1 Father Junipero Serra Trail San Diego, CA 92119

We went back to back hiking options with our next list item as we really thought visiting Mission Trails Regional Park was something our budget conscious travelers would truly appreciate and enjoy.

Also known as the third Jewel in the City of San Diego Park System, Mission Trails Regional Park is one of the largest urban parks in the United States. The area is the home to numerous popular hiking trails including: Cowles Mountain, Kwaay Paay Peak and Old Mission Dam Historic Site.

There are around 65 miles of trails in total and over 7,200 acres where hikers and mountain bikers can go to spend their day in the fresh San Diego air making memories.

The Mission Trails Regional Park not only offers visitors a variety of trails, it also has a notable history dating back to 1974 where it was used by the Kumeyaay Indians to store water for the Mission San Diego de Alcalá!

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Checking Out the Tide Pools at Windansea Beach
Checking Out the Tide Pools at Windansea Beach

11) Visit San Diego’s Famous Tide Pools

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Address:
303 Coast Blvd. San Diego, CA 92037

San Diego’s beaches are teeming with life, from critters buried under the sandy shores to the wide array of marine life waiting to be discovered in the ocean.

If you want to check out some of the sea creatures native to Southern California without visiting an aquarium or renting snorkeling gear, which come at a small cost, consider the totally free activity of visiting the La Jolla Tide Pools.

Tide pools form on the beach during low tide, when the receding waves pass over divots and other uneven surfaces along the beach. Water pools in these dips, collecting an array of sea creatures and native plant species. Commonly spotted species include shellfish, sea urchins, tiny fish, and sea urchins, among others.

Many of San Diego’s beaches allow for tide pool formation, especially those with hilly and rocky terrain. My kids and I have been exploring the tide pools for years and I really think that one of the best areas to explore tide pools is in La Jolla, specifically the La Jolla Tide Pools tucked between Wipeout Beach and La Jolla Shores.

Sidewalk in the Gaslamp
Sidewalk in the Gaslamp

12) People Watch at the Gaslamp Quarter in Downtown San Diego

Neighborhood: Gaslamp Quarter
Address:
Broadway to Harbor Drive, 4th Ave to 6th Ave San Diego, CA 92101

Downtown’s Gaslamp Quarter is a hub for centuries-old architecture, a diverse array of ethnic restaurants, the famous Petco Park, and most prominently, spicy history!

It’s also a highly walkable neighborhood, which makes it one of the most popular spots to take a walking tour or have a meal at an outdoor cafe.

If you’re looking for a fun and totally free way to immerse yourself in the Gaslamp Quarter, the neighborhood’s walkability lends itself well to people watching. Relax on a park bench in Neighborhood Park or kick back at Horton Plaza Park and watch everyone walk by while you enjoy a refreshing snack and drink from a local restaurant.

The Gaslamp Quarter is known for its exceptional nightlife, as well as a vibrant cultural scene with multiple performing arts venues. When I’m looking for a fun night out with my friends, I love to do some people watching between shows, while grabbing drinks at one of the many area bars.

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Friendly Game of Volleyball at Sail Bay
Friendly Game of Volleyball at Sail Bay

13) Play a Pickup Volleyball Game at Mission Beach

Neighborhood: Mission Beach
Address:
3000 Mission Blvd, San Diego, CA 92109

Just a stone’s throw from the bustling Pacific Beach lies Mission Beach, a standout of the Mission Bay area. Like many of the beaches in the neighborhood, Mission Beach boasts beautiful sands, lots of space to stretch out, and crystal clear waves that are suitable for both swimming and surfing.

Mission Beach doesn’t typically see the big crowds you’ll find on some of San Diego’s more popular shores closer to Belmont Park, which makes it an excellent spot for sports that require more space. People frequently play beach volleyball here, so you can start your own game or join an ongoing one.

Of course, if you prefer a more relaxing beach day, you can get that at Mission Beach as well. Feel free to sunbathe, build sandcastles, and float around in the warm waters right off the shore.

If you want the most diverse beach day experience possible and are willing to spend a few dollars, consider picking up a Go City San Diego pass to save on surfboards, snorkels, and other gear. Use the discount code GVSD50FF and save even more!

Walking in North Park, a Fun Afternoon
Walking in North Park, a Fun Afternoon

14) Stroll Around the Trendy Neighborhood in North Park

Neighborhood: North Park
Address:
Howard Ave & Idaho St. San Diego, CA 92104

If you’re craving a taste of the city without so much of the bustle of the Downtown area, North Park is my hidden gem neighborhood for you!

I think this is one of the best spots in San Diego to go for a walk. You’ll discover a thriving network of local businesses in this trendy area is not far from the San Diego International Airport (SAN). The area is on the rise thanks to its mix of up-and-coming businesses and tourist-friendly attractions.

Embrace spontaneity as you walk the streets of North Park. There, you’ll find cute boutiques selling a range of bespoke gifts and souvenirs, including clothing stores, specialty stores, jewelry vendors, and storefronts selling handmade crafts. Stop for a meal or snack at a cafe, bakery, or another locally-owned restaurant.

North Park is also near popular attractions like the San Diego Zoo and Balboa Park museums. While I know these attractions aren’t free, they are more than worth visiting when you grab a Go City San Diego pass with our discount code to save during your visit.

Sunset at Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Sunset at Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

15) Surf at Sunset at the Amazing Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

Neighborhood: Sunset Cliffs
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Address:
Ladera St, San Diego, CA 92107

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is a massive outdoor playground for all outdoorsy types. There’s no fee required to enter this National Park, so it’s a favorite of nature enthusiasts who want to explore the wilderness of San Diego.

Home to dozens of species of native plants and animals, many people like to go birdwatching or engage in some light exercise as they hike their way up to the top of the cliffs, one of the best spots to watch the sunset in San Diego.

If you’re looking for a truly unique experience, surfing at Sunset Cliffs can’t be beat! You can bring your own surfboard from home, or rent one for cheap with a Go City San Diego pass.

Either way, riding the waves with the setting sun in the background is sure to make for some unforgettable memories!

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Main Entrance at the Hotel Del Coronado
Main Entrance at the Hotel Del Coronado

16) Explore the Famous Hotel Del Coronado

Hotel: Hotel del Coronado, Curio Collection by Hilton
Address:
1500 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA 92118

One of the most well-known attractions on Coronado Island is the Hotel Del Coronado. Known to locals as simply The Del, it’s much more than just a place to stay - it’s also an attraction in its own right, with lots to see as you walk around its historic halls.

The Hotel Del Coronado dates all the way back to 1888, with much of its modern architecture still calling back to its Victorian roots. Learn about the history of this living legend as you explore, including its many famous guests, from Presidents to movie stars.

The Del hosts numerous events throughout the year, but it’s a treat just to walk around inside. Consider dining at one of its multiple on-site restaurants, or grabbing some ice cream at Sundaes.

In addition to exploring The Del, walk down to Coronado Central Beach right in front of the hotel. This is a great spot for strolling along the shore and basking in the sun.

Looking North at Coronado Shores Beach
Looking North at Coronado Shores Beach

17) Discover the Shipwreck on Coronado Island at Coronado Shores Beach

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Address:
Avenue De Las Arenas and Silver Strand Blvd. Coronado, CA 92118

Best known as Shipwreck Beach to locals, Coronado Shores Beach on Coronado Island is also called South Beach. Of its many names, Shipwreck Beach is perhaps the most accurate, as it’s home to a real historic shipwreck that can be seen from the shore to this day.

The SS Monte Carlo once patrolled the seas as part of Gambling Ships Row. When it ran aground in the 1930s, no one claimed the ship because of the gambling that had been taking place on board, which was illegal at the time. As a result, the SS Monte Carlo remained wrecked.

The shipwreck is visible during low tide on most days. This is a fun child-friendly activity that also earns a spot on our list of 13 Free Things to Do in San Diego With Kids.

Liberty Station is An Expansive Neighborhood
Liberty Station is An Expansive Neighborhood

18) Wander Through the Beautiful Liberty Station

Neighborhood: Liberty Station
Address:
2820 Historic Decatur Rd. San Diego, CA 92106

Liberty Station is situated on the Point Loma peninsula, which is also home to the Cabrillo National Monument. Point Loma’s military ties make it a great place to explore for those interested in history, particularly San Diego’s naval history, but there’s a little something for everyone to enjoy in the Liberty Station area.

Walk between historic monuments and war memorials that harken back to San Diego’s past and tell important stories about its present. Explore the thriving arts district and pick up a few souvenirs to decorate your home.

Dine at local restaurants serving up delicious San Diegan favorites and ethnic cuisine alike. Even if you just plan on window shopping, Liberty Station is worth a visit.

Be sure to stop by the Public Market, which serves as a central hub for dining and shopping. Other points of interest include the gardens behind Stone Brewing Bistro and art galleries such as the San Diego Watercolor Society Gallery.

Fountains at Waterfront Park in Harborview
Fountains at Waterfront Park in Harborview

19) Picnic at the Beautiful Waterfront Park in the Harborview District

Neighborhood: Harborview
Address:
1600 Pacific Highway San Diego, CA 92101

The Waterfront Park right along San Diego Bay in Harborview is the perfect spot to spread out a blanket and enjoy a picnic lunch.

Grab a to-go meal from a local restaurant to enjoy on the grass, or if you’re especially budget-conscious, shop at one of San Diego’s farmers markets for fresh produce and sandwich ingredients.

The Harborview District has a family-friendly vibe that’s especially welcoming toward families with young kids.

There’s plenty to keep the little ones entertained after your picnic. They can splash around in the water fountains to cool off, play at the playground, and admire the cute and kid-friendly sculptures located around Waterfront Park.

With a clear view of the bay, families are also invited to watch the ships as they pass by the shore of this historic park. Occasionally, the city will hold free fireworks shows here throughout the year for special events.

Sunsetting Over the La Jolla Village
Sunsetting Over the La Jolla Village

20) Take a Stroll in Downtown La Jolla, Known as the Village of La Jolla

Neighborhood: La Jolla
Address:
Villa La Jolla Dr., San Diego, CA 92037

La Jolla is most famous for the role it’s played in establishing San Diego’s surf culture with its amazing beaches and point breaks, but there’s plenty to enjoy about the neighborhood as you move inland as well. Most notably, the Downtown area of La Jolla, known as the Village of La Jolla, is great for those in search of a place to walk and window shop.

The Village of La Jolla is filled with boutique stores and plenty of unique finds. This beachy community offers the best of what you’ll find in La Jolla by the Sea, paralleling the windswept charm of other shopping hotspots like Seaport Village.

In addition to exploring its stores and art galleries, the Village of La Jolla is also filled with dining options ranging from casual to upscale. Spots you won’t want to miss include Ellen Scripps Park overlooking La Jolla Cove and the galleries on The La Jolla Village Art Walk, but it’s also fun to go in blind and see what you discover!

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The Go City San Diego pass is the perfect way to explore more attractions and activities that the area has to offer, all while being cost-efficient.

With the Go City San Diego pass, you can save up to 55% off admission fees at some of the area’s most popular attractions.

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Tips on Saving on Attractions & Hotels

The Beach in Front of Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
The Beach in Front of Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

There are plenty of completely free things to do in San Diego, as well as lots of ways to save on the rest of your trip.

If you’re looking to keep costs low during a vacation or staycation, check out these tips for staying well within budget on the best hotels and attractions.

Big Discounts to Popular Attractions

While San Diego is chalked with free events and activities and attractions everyone can enjoy, some very popular attractions unfortunately don’t have free options but that doesn’t mean you can’t get in! What they do offer for those in the know is heavily discounted admission prices and gear rental prices on the standard rates perfect for the budget-friendly vacationer!

Pick up a Go City San Diego pass in advance and save up to 55% on standard admission prices at top attractions like the world-famous San Diego Zoo, LEGOLAND California and the Birch Aquarium at Scripps. Combine a bike rental in Mission Bay with an afternoon at SeaWorld San Diego and if you purchase using our link you can get an additional stacked discount by using our discount code (GVSD5OFF) to save even more!

Stay in San Diego on a Tight Budget

San Diego features hotel options for all types of travelers including those on a budget. Consider the Ocean Beach Hotel which is located right on Ocean Beach and perfect for surfers and sunsets. The hotel also has free self-parking!

The Pearl Hotel is another excellent choice for travelers looking to spend more time ‘out and about’ and less time in their hotel rooms. This boutique hotel offers clean rooms, free WIFI and a pet fish in every room for a truly unique experience.

The hotel does charge $20 per day for parking so if this is the hotel for you, consider using one of the many excellent public transportation options to get around the city and save even more without the expense of a rental car!

For a complete list of great hotels that won’t break your bank, check out our article on the Best Budget-friendly Hotels in San Diego!

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