One of the biggest draws of the Horton Grand Hotel is its location in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter. You have music venues, cafes, shops, and restaurants all within walking distance. Outside this historic district are the many other activities and attractions that make San Diego a beloved destination.
Museums and gardens make Balboa Park a must-see for visitors. The park also hosts concerts and festivals throughout the year. This is also home to the famous San Diego Zoo.
USS Midway Museum
USS Midway Museum is less than a mile from the hotel and is another popular spot for history and military buffs. You can check out the military aircraft or explore exhibits in the carrier.
On the waterfront, is another perfect place to grab a bite to eat or explore the many shops. Check out the restored carousel during your visit.
SeaWorld San Diego and the San Diego Zoo are always on the agenda for families and animal lovers who also enjoy thrills. Take time to visit the Safari Park as well, if you have the time.
Cabrillo National Monument
Found on the Point Loma Peninsula, Cabrillo National Monument is one of San Diego’s most popular vantage points to see the landscape and the city below. Reach it by hiking along the Bayside Trail.
Schedule a whale-watching tour off the coast or plan an excursion to Mission or Pacific Beach for surfing, shelling, or sunbathing. See if you can spot seals, dolphins, and sea lions frolicking in the water.
Catch a Padres game at nearby Petco Park during baseball season.
Explore more of the city by bike along the 24 miles of San Diego’s bikeway, which takes you around the bay and across to Coronado Island.
Make time for kayaking the sea caves of La Jolla for a perspective you can’t get if you stay on land.