Area Attractions

Plan a day of rooting for the home team at nearby Petco Park, an afternoon of shopping at Seaport Village, or an evening at the Gaslamp Quarter’s hottest nightclubs. Our central location makes Andaz San Diego your ideal home base, whether you’re headed next door to trendy retailers or north to the world-famous San Diego Zoo.

Andaz San Diego

600 F Street
San Diego, California, United States, 92101

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Attractions

Old Town San Diego State Historic Park

Travel back in time to mid-19th-century San Diego as you tour restored newspaper offices, a working blacksmith’s shop, and adobe houses that have stood for well over a century.

Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcalá

Visit this National Historic Landmark, first built in 1769 and still a parish church today. It was the first of 21 Franciscan missions in California, and supposedly hosted both the region’s first Christian burial and its first public execution.

The USS Midway Museum

Step aboard the Navy’s longest-serving 20th-century aircraft carrier, where you can climb into historic planes and learn the history of U.S. aviation from exhibits spread throughout the floating museum.

Arts + Culture

Arts District Liberty Station

Fashion, painting, and music come together at Liberty Station’s galleries and studios. Discover the city’s most creative artists, then catch concerts and dance performances at outdoor venues like Ingram Plaza.

Music Box

Make a pilgrimage to Little Italy for a next-level concert experience at this three-level venue. Before the show, dig into small plates like kobe-style beef sliders and pick out memorable cocktails from the bar’s creative menu.

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Shopping

The Headquarters at Seaport

Housed in the 104,000-square-foot former headquarters of the San Diego Police Department, this open-air shopping center encompasses 50 shops and 17 dining options. There’s even a restored cell block to visit.

Parks

Balboa Park

See more than 650 species of animals in the diverse habitats of the San Diego Zoo, then explore the 16 museums and numerous gardens spread across this 1,200-acre park. Families shouldn’t miss it.

East Village Square

Bring your dog along to the “Park at the Park,” a popular urban green space next to Petco Park, where leashed pets explore the grass alongside picnickers and sunbathers.

Pantoja Park

This one-acre park in the Marina District dates back to 1850, but it remains a tranquil setting to walk your dog or go for a brisk jog beneath towering fig trees.