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Also known as the Marina Park, Embarcadero Park is split into two parts, north and south, which shelter the marina.
Also known as the Marina Park, Embarcadero Park is split into two parts, north and south, which shelter the marina. Very pleasant, with lots of trees, grass, and good views of the harbor. You can access the north park by walking through the Seaport Village shopping center, and you can reach the south park by going around the back side of the convention center.
1 Marina Park Way, San Diego, CA, United States
An unusual park with lots of grassy hills, shade trees, and a large water feature
A linear park honoring the late civil rights activist
A museum dedicated to Chinese history, culture and art
A themed shopping area home to some lovely little shops, art galleries, and restaurants
Home to a number of historic Victorian-era buildings, such as the Louis Bank of Commerce, the Backesto Building, the Old City Hall, the Yuma Building, and a whole bunch of other beautiful old structures
For the 81 Padres home game days, this grassy berm overlooking PETCO Park is closed to the general public, open as a place to view the game for $5 a person
Visitors can walk several different paths with views of downtown San Diego
A shopping and dining complex overlooking the bay, with a recreated historic 'seaside village' look