Things to do on a solo trip to San Diego
The good thing about San Diego is that there’s always something to do. Here are some perfect opportunities to explore the city if you find yourself traveling solo.
At the San Diego Museum of Man, you can explore a variety of interactive exhibits that covers a range of human history and culture. Catch the time limited exhibit, Cannibals: Myth & Reality, which closes at the end of the year. The museum is open daily from 10am – 5pm and is located inside Balboa Park. General admission for the Museum of Man is $13 for adults. Explore the museum and learn something new today!
The USS Midway was America’s longest-serving aircraft carrier of the 20th century. Today, guests can step aboard this famed carrier and explore the museum where you can learn more about the history of the ship, check out the flight deck and learn about San Diego’s role in the Navy. You can also go on a self-guided audio tour, which is included in admission. Buy your tickets online and save! Adult tickets online are just $21 and the museum is open daily from 10am -4pm.
At the Seaport Village, you’ll find over 50 diverse shops as well as outdoor entertainment, and great places to stop and grab a bite to eat. When you’re here, whether you are looking for clothes, accessories, souvenirs or books, the Seaport Village can deliver. Stop at San Diego Surf Co. to get all your surf accessories or pop into Best of San Diego for memorabilia, gifts souvenirs and more.
If you’re looking to get outdoors, bike ride and enjoy some classic SoCal scenery, look no further than the the Mission Bay Bike Path. The path consists of 12 miles of flat, scenic bike paths that will give you fantastic views of the bay. The bike path will also go through or near over 10 public parks and two wildlife reserves! The path is also completely car free. If you’re looking to rent a bike, stop at Mission Beach Rentals where you can choose between a variety of bikes and wheels to best suit your needs.