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The Westin San Diego
400 West Broadway • San Diego, CA 92101 · United States • Phone: (619) 239-4500 · Hotel Reservations: 888-627-9033
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Things to do in San Diego

With weather averaging in the 70s year round, San Diego is a city that's always ready to be explored. Don't stay cooped up in your hotel room. There are so many interesting things to do in San Diego. This calendar of events will help you make the most of your stay. Don't forget to book our Best Available Rates, guaranteed.


Michael Rose: The former singer for Black Uhuru has been performing his signature brand of hardcore reggae for decades. A Grammy-winning artist, Michael Rose has been entertaining audiences around the world, and he'll do the same at Belly Up Tavern.

Whale Watching Kayak Tours: It's just you, your guide, lifejackets, and a kayak. Get up close and see the whales in their natural environment. No kayaking experience is required.

Dave Foley: The former Kids in the Hall member performs stand-up at the American Comedy Company.


A Midsummer Night's Dream: The Bard's work has never looked this graceful. The San Diego Civic Youth Ballet presents their interpretation of this classic comedy.

Guys & Dolls: This seminal American musical is brought to life by Lamb's Players.

Faure’s Requiem: The most mellow and beautiful of classic requiems is brought to life by the San Diego Symphony. Works by Mozart and Villa-Lobos will also be performed.


The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940: Yes, it's all of those things. Spoofing the classic mystery movies of the 1940s, this playful romp is a comedy musical that also features a tinge of mystery.

Evolution in Resolution: Jewish artists have been innovating in the field of print design for decades, and this exhibition chronicles the work of Jewish artists in digital media through the years.

Echoes of the Past The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan: The Buddhist cave temples depicted in the exhibit have been despoiled for years, but they've been digitally preserved thanks to the wonder of 3D technology. View video installations and touch screen exhibits that realistically depict the temples as they were before their desecration.


San Diego Romantic Wine & Food Walking Tour: Experience a night to remember as you walk with that special someone, sample fine wines, and eat delectable morsels of food.

San Diego Beer Train Tour: Prefer hops to grapes? Hop aboard the beer train and sample the best in local brews as you travel through La Jolla county by train.


Contemporary Art Wins a Beachead: The La Jolla School of Art was integral in getting the local community to accept contemporary art, and this exhibit chronicles the school's fight to win acceptance for modern art styles.

Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves: Isaac Julien's exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art uses video installations to weave together stories linking China's past and present.


Star Wars Invades Legoland: Thrill the kid - and the kid at heart - in your family with a visit to the expanded Star Wars area in Legoland.

Titanic: The Artifacts: Artifacts from The Titanic are on display at the San Diego Natural History Museum.


Prime Rib Dinner Cruise: Enjoy turf on the surf on this high seas cruise that also includes live music.

Trash: The artists at the New Children's Museum draw attention to the invisible problem of trash in America.


Hotel de Coronado Historic Walking Tour: Enjoy the beauty of the Hotel de Coronado and learn how it came to be built over a century ago on what was once a barren island.

How Things Fly: Perfect for kids, How Things Fly at the San Diego Air and Space Museum goes into the science behind flight in a way that's fun and entertaining.


Adventures in Photography: This exhibit at the San Diego Museum of Man is a retrospective on archaeology told through the visual medium of photography.

Coronado Heritage Walk: This 90-minute docent-led tour will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about the history of Coronado.


Family Storytelling: Professional storytellers at the Timken regale children and adults alike with tales inspired by the museums exhibits.

Full Moon Dinner Cruise: Enjoy a three-hour dinner cruise on the Hornblower yacht with the full moon, and the ocean, as a backdrop.