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Something of a neighborhood secret, this steel-cable suspension footbridge dates back to the 1910's, and connects to a nearby residential neighborhood.
Something of a neighborhood secret, this steel-cable suspension footbridge dates back to the 1910's, and connects to a nearby residential neighborhood. There's not a whole lot to it really, but it is very scenic as you walk right through the treetops on the sides of the canyon.
San Diego, CA, United States
Operated by the San Diego Historical Society, this historic residence is open for guided tours
A small park located in Little Italy, notable for its bocce (a popular sport in Italy) courts
San Diego zoo houses over 3,700 animals of more than 650 species and subspecies
The original theater, designed to copy Shakespeare's theatre in London, was built in 1935 for the California Pacific International Exposition in only 32 days and featured shortened versions of Shakespeare plays
Dedicated to the history of firefighting in San Diego
A large gallery with changing exhibitions of San Diego artists
Located beneath the majestic California Tower near the Cabrillo Bridge, the Museum of Man is an institution devoted entirely to anthropology
A large folk art museum which is instantly recognizable from the outside by the large colorful mosaic sculptures out front
The largest art museum in the region, with European, contemporary, and Latin American art, 19th and 20th century American art, and an Asian collection
A small art museum with collections of lesser-known pieces from famous European old masters, American, and Russian painters