Thank you to San Diego Tourism Authority for sponsoring today’s post and inspiring me to check out Kids Free San Diego in October!
I love traveling with my family and I’ve found that the best trips include plenty of fun activities for both children and grown-ups (or at least those of us pretending to be). San Diego is definitely one of these places! Not only do they have over 70 miles of gorgeous beaches, you can find adventure, educational activities, and even relaxation if that’s what you’re in the mood for. Plus, the weather is beautiful year round, making it a hugely popular destination for families to visit.
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If we do visit San Diego, I’m definitely going to make sure that we visit in October! Not only will the summer crowds gone but locals say that this is when the weather is at it’s most perfect. That’s not even the best part! If you travel during October, you can also enjoy Kids Free San Diego for the entire month! I’m all about saving money and don’t we all love getting things for free?
Kids Free San Diego gives kids free admission to over 100 participating attractions, including 40+ museums. Vacations are expensive so it’s definitely nice to save a little money when you can. Why not plan your trip when the kids can eat, stay and play for free?!
The SeaWorld deals alone are worth it! Not only do kids get free admission during Kids Free San Diego, the dolphin interaction programs and Breakfast & Dine with Shamu are also included.
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Take an Old Town Trolley Car, visit the Botanic Gardens, check out the San Diego Museum of Art and the Natural History Museum, see the adorable pandas at the San Diego Zoo and so much more.
If you’d like to see the entire list of where your kids can eat, stay and play for free, just visit the Kids Free San Diego site.
I’m making a San Diego KidsFreeSD bucket list right now and it’s pretty full. I want to see the beaches, SeaWorld and the San Diego Zoo. I also want to take a Hornblower Cruise, wander through the Botanic Gardens, take an Old Town Trolley tour, check out the Model Railroad Museum and visit the Natural History Museum. Hmm, at this rate, we’ll have to stay the whole month! At least kids can eat free at many of the hotels too!