Looking for fun activities for the kids when lockdown lifts? We’re here for you. Check out these awesome activities happening in a San Diego neighborhood near you…
Eight great San Diego attractions
Seaport Village Carousel
Want to take a spin on a 121 year-old hand carved carousel? Us too. And there’s one waiting for us all in Seaport Village, in Downtown San Diego. The carousel costs just $2 per ride.
Escapism Puzzle Room
Are you the type of family that loves puzzling over riddles and wordplay? Then this Hillcrest attraction is for you. There’s three different rooms to choose from, all with a different theme. An individual ticket is $30, but this attraction is definitely worth the cash.
How cool would it be to enjoy a day of inflatable fun? At Inflatable World, you can. Socks are a requirement and long pants are recommended. There’s food available for purchase should the munchies kick in
Ballistic Bubble Soccer
With everyone strapped into large plastic bubbles, soccer gets an exciting twist. Play at night with glow in the dark bubbles for more fun. It’s a great spot for birthday parties, school activities, family reunions and more.
Point Loma tide pools
For the nature loving family, these tide pools offer spectacular views, and the chance to see lots of sea life up close. Tennis shoes are recommended and going during low tide is best. Bring a magnifying glass to really take in the beauty of it all.
Ultrazone Laser Tag
Think Laser Tag is just a kid’s game? Think again! Head on over to Ultrazone and engage in some healthy competition. With three teams battling for victory, it’s a great workout. Kids and adults alike will love it.
The New Children’s Museum
With exhibits like Eureka, which lets kids interact with everything that makes California great, the New Children’s Museum is a must. Visit on the second Sunday of every month when admission is $1 per person.
San Diego Maritime Museum
Perfect for the little swashbuckler in your family! Learn about great vessels that have sailed the seven seas before picking up some fish and chips for lunch.
Bottom line? There are endless amounts of fun things to do in San Diego with the kids. Whether you’re here for your first visit or fifth, we hope you enjoy our top picks.