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20 Attractions to Explore Near Maritime Museum of San Diego

Maritime Museum of San Diego
Maritime Museum of San Diego1492 N Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101, USA

Established in 1948, it preserves one of the largest collections of historic sea vessels in the United States. The centerpiece of the museum's collection is the Star of India, an 1863 ironbark.

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Star of India
Star of India0.08 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

Star of India is an iron-hulled sailing ship, built in 1863 in Ramsey. After a career sailing from Great Britain to India and New Zealand, she was renamed, re-rigged as a barque, and became a salmon hauler on the Alaska to California route. Retired in 1926, she was restored as a seaworthy museum ship in 1962–3 and home-ported at the Maritime Museum of San Diego in San Diego, California. She is the oldest ship still sailing regularly and also the oldest iron-hulled merchant ship still afloat.

Waterfront Park
Waterfront Park0.22 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

San Diego Waterfront Park is a 12-acre open space park surrounding the San Diego County Administration Center. Numerous walkways with intermittent benches wind through the gardens. There are six large civic green lawns, and a long row of reflecting pools with interactive spray fountains.

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego - Downtown
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego - Downtown0.59 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego offers access to the very best art of our time at two iconic locations. While the La Jolla location is currently closed for a major renovation and expansion project, the downtown location serves as MCASD's primary hub of activity. The Museum of Contemporary Art has a nearly 5,500-object collection of post-World War II art that includes key pieces by color field painter Ellsworth Kelly.

USS Midway Museum
USS Midway Museum0.81 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

A historical naval aircraft carrier museum. The museum consists of the aircraft carrier Midway. The ship houses an extensive collection of aircraft, many of which were built in Southern California.

Seaport Village
Seaport Village1.35 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

Seaport Village is a waterfront shopping and dining complex adjacent to San Diego Bay in downtown San Diego. It houses more than 70 shops, galleries, and eateries on 90,000 square feet of waterfront property. The Village contains several freestanding buildings in an assortment of architectural styles, from Victorian to traditional Mexican.

Balboa Theatre
Balboa Theatre1.39 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

This is a historic movie theatre in downtown San Diego, US, built in 1924. It now hosts the Mainly Mozart Festival, special events, and touring companies of Broadway productions. The city of San Diego holds the annual "State of the City" address at the theatre. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The New Children’s Museum
The New Children’s Museum1.41 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

The New Children's Museum is an arts-based children's museum in downtown San Diego. The Museum inspires new ways to see the world through the language of art. Including a cafe, abundant seating, quiet space for parents and infants and an outdoor park. This Museum empowers children to think, play and create through participatory exhibitions, engaging art-making activities, captivating artistic performances, and in-depth educational opportunities.

Port of San Diego
Port of San Diego1.65 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

A majestic Sea port in San Diego. In addition to port activities, the Port District controls San Diego Bay and owns and manages the Bay's immediate waterfront under the state's Tidelands Trust. The U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics has ranked the Port of San Diego as one of America's top 30 U.S. containership ports bringing in nearly 3 million metric tons of cargo per year through the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal and the National City Marine Terminal.

San Diego Air & Space Museum
San Diego Air & Space Museum1.93 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

An aviation and space exploration museum containing many original and reproductions of historic aircraft and spacecraft.

San Diego Automotive Museum
San Diego Automotive Museum2.02 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego
Spruce Street Suspension Bridge
Spruce Street Suspension Bridge2.12 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

This is a 375-foot long pedestrian bridge that stretches across the Kate Sessions Canyon at a height of 70 feet. The bridge is supported by steel cables that are secured to huge slabs of concrete buried in the soil.Today, locals and visitors enjoy a stroll across this bridge for the views and serenity offered in its secluded spot.

Comic-Con Museum
Comic-Con Museum2.15 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

The Comic-Con Museum operates differently than most museums. Instead of a set of permanent collections accented by one or two rotating exhibits, the Comic-Con Museum focuses on a constant stream of new and ever-changing exhibits, requiring flexible and adaptable spaces to accommodate a wide variety of creative art forms. The Comic-Con Museum will encourage an appreciation of comics and related popular arts through exhibits, programs and events drawn from across the Comic-Con universe.

Petco Park
Petco Park2.22 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

Petco Park is a baseball stadium in Downtown San Diego, California. It is the home ballpark of Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres. The park has also been used as a venue for concerts, soccer, golf, and rugby sevens.

San Diego Museum of Man
San Diego Museum of Man2.36 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

This anthropology museum's cultural resources and permanent exhibits focus on the pre-Columbian history of the western Americas, with materials drawn from Native American cultures of the Southern California region, and Mesoamerican civilizations such as the Maya. The museum also holds one of the most important collections of Ancient Egyptian antiquities in the United States, which includes burial masks, figurines, and seven painted wooden coffins. The most extraordinary of these is an extremely

California Tower
California Tower2.36 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

The California Tower, the soaring, intricately detailed, portion of the California Building, is an icon of San Diego, and can be seen from miles around. The building houses the San Diego Museum of Us. This beautiful structure is an architectural hybrid of architectural different styles, including Baroque, Plateresque, Churrigueresque, and Rococo, with some Gothic details.

Mingei International Museum
Mingei International Museum2.45 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

Mingei International Museum preserves and exhibits folk art, craft and design from all eras and cultures of the world. Its collection now comprises more than 26,000 objects of folk art, craft and design from 141 countries. The collections contain artifacts from the 3rd century BCE to the present day and include objects as diverse as ancient clay vessels and 21st-century Venetian glass.

Japanese Friendship Garden
Japanese Friendship Garden2.47 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

The Japanese Friendship Garden is located in Balboa Park and represents the friendship between San Diego and its sister city in Yokohama, Japan. It binds the two cultures to create a unique experience for visitors from all over the world; over 240,000 people from across the United States and the world visit the garden annually. The garden is well-known for its unique placement, sukiya-style buildings, koi ponds, and landscape exhibits.

The San Diego Museum of Art
The San Diego Museum of Art2.53 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

Fine arts museum housing a broad collection with particular strength in Spanish art. The exhibits ranges in date from 5000 BC to 2012 AD.

Timken Museum of Art
Timken Museum of Art2.58 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

The Timken Museum of Art is a fine art museum, established in 1965. It preserves the Putnam Collection of European old masters, American art, and Russian icons for the education and benefit of present and future generations of San Diego residents and visitors

Coronado Ferry Center
Coronado Ferry Center2.60 KMs away from Maritime Museum of San Diego

Coronado Ferry Landing has everything you can ask for in a first-class shopping village. It is one of the iconic location for spending your beautiful day with your family. Enjoy exquisite fine dining at one of our three premier waterfront restaurants. Romantic, birthday, anniversary or business celebrations have never been more special. Savor seafood at newly remodeled Peohe's.