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Los Angeles may have a sunken graffiti Atlantis and a storybook witch’s house, but nearby San Diego has its fair share of fun and quirky attractions too. After strolling around the historic Gaslamp district or seeing the animals at SeaWorld and the world- renowned San Diego Zoo, go beyond the typical tourist attractions of “America’s Finest City.” With a newly revitalized downtown and the weather as beautiful as ever, now is the time to travel off the beaten path and visit these ten lesser known spots, including a mountain with stunning views of the skyline and an underwater park full of wildlife.

1. Centennial Park


Located on Coronado Island, Centennial Park offers an unbeatable view of San Diego’s skyline. Originally home to the San Diego ferry, which transported residents between Coronado Island and San Diego until the construction of the Coronado Bridge in 1969, this park has two gazebos and a rose garden plus many benches for additional seating.  (more…)