Things to do on Valentine’s Day in San Diego

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If you’re spending Valentine’s Day in San Diego, you’re already well on your way to creating an everlasting experience. San Diego has some of the most ideal weather conditions, as well as a bevvy of attractions and events to win over your Valentine. Whether your Valentine is a friend, your family, or your significant other, there is a San Diego setting to make this a memorable Febraury 14th. No matter what your Valentine’s interests are, the Go San Diego Card includes options to suit every type of traveler!

Outdoorsy:

If your Valentine is the Outdoorsy type, take them for a La Jolla adventure! Pick your method –

  • Kayak along the sea cliffs and caves of La Jolla Shores
  • Bike along the coastal streets of La Jolla, Mission Bay, and Pacific Beach
  • Snorkel in the sensational La Jolla Cove waters

Only to be witnessed on foot, bike, or in the water – the La Jolla Cove is exclusively accessible to those with an adventurous spirit. With your Go San Diego Card, you can have your choice of one-hour bike rental, a full day of snorkeling gear rental, or a two-hour tandem kayak rental for you and your Valentine.

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Charming Belmont Park

Thrill-Seeker:

If your Valentine is an adrenaline junkie with a need for speed, you’re in luck! San Diego is home to two of the top theme parks of California – Knott’s Berry Farm & Belmont Park. Knott’s Berry Farm houses nine world-class rollercoasters, a bevvy of gravity-defying thrill rides, water rides, and family-friendly rides for the young ones! And don’t forget to catch one of the sensational live performances. Belmont Park offers a more classic amusement park experience – featuring bumper cars, arcade games, carousels, and historic thrill rides. In fact, their ‘Giant Dipper’ rollercoaster has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. This lush palm tree-lined park located on the coast is equal parts exciting, charming, and romantic.

Animal Enthusiast:

If your Valentine spends copious amounts of time watching funny animal videos on the Internet, provide them with an intimate animal experience they’ll never forget! The world-famous San Diego Zoo boasts more than 800 species of animals! From cuddly to creepy, you can find mammals, insects, reptiles, birds, and so much more! Learn about the many species and become informed about the Zoo’s elaborate conservation efforts. The San Diego Zoo is simply a must-see for any animal lover!

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Zest of Zen:

If your Valentine seeks relaxation, traquility, and romance, the Japanese Friendship Garden is a perfect destination for you. Dating back to 1915, the Japanese Friendship Garden is conveniently located in Balboa Park, offering an escape from the neighboring urbanity. Enjoy the sand and stone garden, koi pond, shishiodoshi, and lush greenery. It’s a peaceful place to embark on a leisurely stroll and build lasting memories with your Valentine.

No matter who you share your holiday with, San Diego is a city that offers the ideal date night for anyone. After your day of exploration, head into this coastal city for dinner and drinks at one of the many world-class restaurants, take a stroll on the harbor, and enjoy that sensational SoCal weather! With the Go San Diego Card, you can save up to 55% off admission prices, see the 46 attractions, skip the ticket lines at choice locations, receive local discounts and special offers, and provide your Valentine with an unforgettable experience.

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