Seaport Village

Hugging the harbor within sight of the downtown skyline, this popular, 14-acre complex of one- and two-story New England- and Mediterranean-style buildings connected by cobblestone pathways unites gift shops, restaurants and a waterside boardwalk. The historic carousel, moved here in 1980, was originally built in 1890 by Charles I.D. Looff, who also created carousels in Santa Monica and Long Beach.

Useful information

Address : 

849 W. Harbor Dr. at Kettner Blvd.

Opening hours

10am-9pm; times liable to variation on Bank Hols

Nearby tourist attractions

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America Plaza
America Plaza
San Diego's tallest building, this
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Santa Fe Depot
Santa Fe Depot
Distinguished by two elegant towers
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Emerald Plaza
Emerald Plaza
This 30-story cluster of eight hexagonal
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See all