Looking for a way to stay occupied during the post-holiday lull? Transition into the 2016 spring season by exploring San Diego this January. Our list of top activities for locals and visitors is sure to get everyone off the couch.
- San Diego Museum of Man
- Whale watching
- Spreckels Organ Pavillion
- Torrey Pines State Beach
- San Diego Automotive Museum
Get a fascinating look at mankind over the centuries at the San Diego Museum of Man. Learn about our connections with ancient civilizations via permanent displays and traveling exhibitions.
1350 El Prado
San Diego CA 92101
Winter is the best time to view migrating grey whales in San Diego. Plenty of options exist, including guided tours by numerous area operators.
Another Balboa Park attraction has made our list of 2016 winter activities: Spreckels Organ Pavillion. The whole family will love the look and sound of one of the biggest pipe organs in the world. Delight in the old-fashioned appeal of show tunes, traditional songs and waltzes coming through 32-foot pipes.
Spreckels Organ Society
1549 El Prado, Suite 10
San Diego CA 92101-1661
Whether you thrill at the sight of hang-gliders or just kick back with a picnic lunch, set aside some time for a January visit to Torrey Pines State Beach in La Jolla. Hikers will enjoy the challenging trails leading down to the sandy beach.
12600 North Torrey Pines Road
La Jolla CA 92037
Car enthusiasts and pretty much everyone else will appreciate the vehicles on display at the San Diego Automotive Museum. Once showcased on the Travel Channel, the museum is popular for its interesting exhibits highlighting the car’s place in American culture, history and daily life.
2080 Pan American Plaza
San Diego CA 92101
From ogling hot rods to watching hang-gliders, San Diego allows you and your family to enjoy a wide variety of experiences in 2016. Spend quality time with loved ones at one or more of our favorite area attractions this January.