Coronado Touring

Coronado Touring

Departure: 1630 Glorietta Blvd, Coronado, CA 92118 - MAP
Phone: (619) 435-5993
Web: coronadowalkingtour.com

There's nothing like a brisk walk to revitalize your senses. And if that walk is along some historic points in Coronado, then an ordinary walk will turn into an extraordinary walking tour at Coronado Touring.

This is a 90-minute guided tour of historic areas in Coronado that departs from Glorietta Bay Inn and offers a fascinating look at the places and sites that are richly filled with history as well as some highly entertaining stories. Since Hotel Coronado, one of the tour's top attractions is one of the sites everyone wants to see when visiting San Diego. It's just an added attraction to this already very popular tour.

Flagship Cruises & Events

Flagship Cruises & Events

Address: 990 N Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101 - MAP
Phone: (800) 442-7847
Web: www.flagshipsd.com

The fact that the Flagship Cruises & Events has been offering guided tours since 1915 says quite a lot about their consistent commitment to making sure that every trip is as memorable as the last.

They feature 1 and 2 hour harbor tours, nightly dinner dance cruises and champagne brunches, too. This is a truly excellent way to get an even deeper appreciation for San Diego as views of the city's skyline from the water are absolutely amazing. The guides pride themselves on being as informative as they are entertaining, and you'll want to come back again for this comfortable, awe-filled tour.

Ghostly Tours in History

Ghostly Tours in History

Address: 2461 San Diego Ave, San Diego, CA 92110 - MAP
Phone: (877) 220-4844
Web: www.ghostlytoursinhistory.com

For an evening that is so much fun that it's scary, get your friends together for Ghostly Tours in History, a three-hour excursion that will haunt you long after it's over!

Learn about San Diego's ghostly past as you board a limousine and visit various haunted sites, board a tall ship and step inside one of the city's oldest buildings as your guide fills you in on all the strange occurrences that have happened over the years. It's a fun, history-packed ride that will make you feel like it's Halloween no matter what time of year it is!

Old Town Trolley Tours

Old Town Trolley Tours

Old Town Tour Boarding: 4010 Twiggs St, San Diego, CA 92110 - MAP
Phone: (866) 754-0966
Web: www.trolleytours.com

The Old Town Trolley Tours give you a chance to experience San Diego from quite a unique perspective. The guides pride themselves on being quite knowledgeable and they work hard to keep your attention; they put sincere effort into creating a highly entertaining view of one of California's most engaging cities.

Not only will you hear interesting tidbits about the Bay, the city and other historically significant structures, you'll enjoy some of the best views of the city, so make sure you have your camera at hand to capture all of the city's brightest spots.

San Diego SEAL Tours

San Diego SEAL Tours

Address: 470 Kettner Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101 - MAP
Phone: (619) 298-8687
Web: www.sealtours.com

For an interesting look at some of San Diego's wildlife, make plans to get on board the city's only bus-boat amphibious tour known as the San Diego SEAL Tours.

It begins on land at Seaport Village and runs through bayside roads while you listen to the guides' factual and entertaining accounts of San Diego history, wildlife, military and more. Then the vehicle dives into the bay for a completely aquatic perspective that's fun for the whole family. The whole trip lasts about 90 minutes and is worth every second.

USS Midway Museum

USS Midway Museum

Address: 910 N Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101 - MAP
Phone: (619) 544-9600
Web: www.midway.org

If you have never been on an aircraft carrier, the one you should set foot on should be highly memorable. Thanks to the folks at the USS Midway Museum, it will be! America's longest serving aircraft carrier flew from 1945 to 1992.

There's plenty to learn, whether you're a casual fan of history or a hard-core military buff, the guides are quite knowledgeable and will answer your questions as the tour winds down. Don't forget to check out the great items at the gift shop so you can take home a little piece of history.

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