Seaport Village, San Diego

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Seaport Village, San Diego - Address, Phone Number

Address: 849 West Harbor Drive, Downtown, San Diego, CA 92101

Phone: +1-6192354014

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

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Waterfront, Village, Food And Drinks, Entertainment, Leisure, Market, Shopping Center, Family And Kids, Souvenir Shop

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About Seaport Village, San Diego

Seaport village is a great sport to hang out in San Diego. It is popular with the tourists for its shopping. There are several souvenir shops as well as other interesting stores that are all included in this vibrant area. Clothing, Jewellery and Souvenirs are the three items that you will find in an amazing array in this place.

The restaurants are plentiful and almost all of them offer a wonderful sea-view that is not to be missed. Do try out the fresh fish if you love sea food. There is also a vintage carousel called the Looff Carousel. There is also an arcade which will be an ideal place to take older children to.  It is certainly a very unique experience to be had. The waterfront is a great place to take a long leisurely walk on. Go here for a fun and relaxing even out with friends or family. This beautiful place will not disappoint you.

Seaport Village Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

Seaport Village Opening and Closing Hours

  • Restaurant hours may vary.

How To reach Seaport Village by Public Transport

  • Harbor Drive

Restaurants Near Seaport Village

  • Asaggio Pizza Pasta Plus, Edgewater Grill, San Diego Pier Cafe 

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  • This is a shopping and light dining area. You can eat and gave cocktails on outside patios over looking the bay, or you can shop for just about anything you desire. There are snack shops, bake goods, kites, toys, off the wall gifts... all in little shops to walk in and out of. It is shaded with ponds and ducks and sometimes street performers. Good for kids. There is a long paved walk way along the waterfront for joggers or walkers or strollers. Lots to see and do, worth your time...can be a romantic getaway also...

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  • I love it there. It's been a while since I've been there but I've never forgotten it. It's quaint with wonderful restaurants and shops. I hope to be able to get back there soon. Please don't let them tear it down! It's crowded sometimes. But what do you expect, when you have a place as wonderful as the Seaport Village and the surrounding attractions, of course it's going to get a bit crazy.

  • Seaport Village is an awesome little place on the harbor with dozens of shops, a good selection of different foods, and even some live music sometimes. The view is great, especially at night when the big Navy ships are parked at Coronado. Weekends can be pretty busy, since it's a big tourist spot, but weekdays are an awesome time to visit.

  • This is a cute little area of San Diego that's a must if you're a tourist in the area. It's right by the shore and great for boat watching and sunsets! If you're looking for somewhere to eat you can take a walk and look at the different places. Most of them were a little to upscale for my wife and I but we found a little restaurant on stilts in the water called pier café! Great service great food and brilliant views!

  • I wished I can understand the sign better about how much the parking cost. I left my car there to ride with someone for dinner knowing parking needed to be paid for in San Diego city. When I got back and left parking, I was shocked I had to pay $35 just to park about four hours. I thought it would be like $10. Boy I'll never do that again.

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