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San Diego is the second largest city in California and the eighth largest city in the country. You're sure to make memories at any of the more than 40 museums, 6,400 restaurants, 92 golf courses and other attractions in this beautiful Oceanside City.
This stadium, formerly known as the San Diego Stadium, saw its first game on Aug. 20, 1967. It had 53,000 seats and cost $27.5 million dollars to construct. It was renamed the Qualcomm Stadium in November 1997 after an $18 million renovation paid for by Qualcomm, a telecommunications company. Today the stadium has 70,561 seats and over 19,000 parking spaces. Make your way over to the stadium in to support the San Diego Chargers National Football League team. You could also catch the San Diego State University Aztecs, Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl or the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl here. Besides sporting events, these facilities also host Supercross, Monster Jams and international soccer matches as well as concerts.
Reuben H. Fleet Science Center
Visit some of the more than 100 interactive science exhibits in the eight galleries and traveling exhibitions at this science center. Catch a movie or planetarium show at the world's first IMAX Dome Theater for an immersive experience. You'll feel like you really are in outer space or underwater. Visit the Tinkering Studio, where your family can create, experiment and invent. If you have little ones under age 5, head to Kid City. The center offers classes, lectures and workshops to adults on topics like ethics and "Science on the Rocks." Kids will enjoy learning about building and construction at the "Block Busters!" Exhibit. Head to the Cellular Journey exhibit to learn about stem cells and the human body. You can even make colored shadows at the "Look! Touch! Listen! Exhibit." There's nothing quite like interactive scientific fun!
If you like strolling along the beach enjoying the sun and sand, this is the place for you. Not only is it a beautiful area, you will find plenty of paths for rollerblading, skateboarding, biking and walking. Head for the water with a surfboard or just a bathing suit and enjoy the beautiful ocean. Along the beach you'll find restaurants and hot dog stands, night clubs and street performers. This beach has been compared to New York's Coney Island in its interesting, carnival-like atmosphere. It's a great place to drive for a relaxing and visually stimulating visit.