Totally Awesome Activities For Kids In San Diego

Totally Awesome Activities For Kids In San Diego

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Send boredom packing with these fun, family-friendly places in San Diego. Kids are transported from the ho-hum of touring to the “Wow!

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    The jellies make for a nice camera phone grab shot while having to chase your kids around. Watch out for the glare from the lights behind you. Want to go back to take a longer look at the sea dragons. -- Byron O'Neal via Foursquare
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    Sit on the top deck- as you board the bus sit on the left side (or the side right next to the loading area) so that when you sit and face forward you're on the right side. -- Suzan Orozco via Foursquare
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    Our polar bears are named Chinook (meaning “wind”), Kalluk (meaning “thunder”), and Tatqiq (meaning “moon”). Kalluk & Tatqiq are brother & sister, & Kalluk and Chinook are mates. Kalluk weighs 950lbs! -- San Diego Zoo via Foursquare
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    Scientific accomplishments from NASA can have an impact on the ground too. Learn about several technologies developed by NASA scientists that impact our lives. Some of the items may surprise you! -- NASA via Foursquare
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    We received our 1st koalas as a gift from Australia in 1925. These fuzzy marsupials are not bears, and not as cuddly as you think. They're actually independent, feisty, and often grumpy. -- San Diego Zoo via Foursquare
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    Line up against the left rail as you go in so you're in the front row when you get to the pandas. Otherwise you're behind a bunch of fat tourists wearing big hats. -- Drew Cantu via Foursquare
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    My son loves the manta roller costa ride and feeding the manta's -great combo. I think the manta is the best ride in the park -- Vickie Wedlock via Foursquare
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    Beachfront amusement center with rides, indoor children's play center, and attractions such as The Giant Dipper Roller Coaster & The Wave House. A great spot out for the whole family -- Reynaldo Stephens via Foursquare
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    SeaWorld was founded in 1964 on 22 acres by four graduates of UCLA. Their original idea was to build an underwater restaurant. The park grew into a marine park now spanning 189 acres. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    Wear comfortable shoes, get a map @ entry, & bring a camera. Lots of great walking paths, all which lead to different animals, so be prepared to do a lot of walking. Be sure to take the tram ride too. -- @socalwithkids via Foursquare
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    This overlooks the spot where European explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo stepped ashore in 1542 naming the bay San Miguel; explorer Sebastian Vizcaino changed the name to San Diego in 1602. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    Every first Tuesday of the month features a Lego model free for children to build and take home. Be prepared for a line. It starts at 5 pm. -- Edward Lee via Foursquare
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