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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.
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. But for the other 284 days of the year, the park is open to the public. The park has a small baseball diamond, a playground, and there are various monuments to the achievements of the Padres, such as a statue of star player Tony Gwynn nearby.
south of J Street between Seventh and Tenth Avenue
A linear park honoring the late civil rights activist
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
A museum dedicated to Chinese history, culture and art
An unusual park with lots of grassy hills, shade trees, and a large water feature
A massive five-story outdoor shopping mall unique for its appearance, with lots of bright colors, architectural tricks, and interesting spaces
A historic square located just north of the shopping center of the same name
Located just outside of Downtown, on the other side of I-5, Villa Montezuma is a gorgeous yet bizarre historic home, built during the boom years of the 1880's and furnished with towers, a dome, and art glass windows
Also known as the Marina Park, Embarcadero Park is split into two parts, north and south, which shelter the marina