I had a car full of teenagers. I enjoyed looking around. It was 10 dollars to get in. You can drive to the different stops along the way. It’s very pretty. It was a nice day.
About Cabrillo National Monument
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On vacation with our 9 and 11 your old daughters. We enjoy doing natural attractions as much as the big amusement parks. I packed a picnic lunch and my daughter's 4th grade pass and Cabrillo National Monument. Only to get there and find out it...More
In the old days, you could see abalone here at low tide- there are tide pools and this is one place things in the pools are protected! But overall the view from the visitors center and every hill are amazing on a clear day and...More
I always enjoy the view from here. You can see so much of the skyline of San Diego. And to honor our veterans that gave all when you drive through Rosecrans cemetary.
This is a quieter place to take in, but it has beautiful views and the drive here is spectacular! The old Point Loma Lighthouse is a memorial with historical information and a great view. Plus, it's close to the tide pools and be sure to...More
One of the best coastal views in California..this light house is a must see. You have a panorama of San Diego Bay, the Pacific and Coronado island. In Jan or Feb..you can see grey whales as they migrate to their Baja peninsula birthing grounds. You...More
Easy to walk and interesting photo spots overlooking Pacific Ocean and San Diego Bay. Easy to park (cost a few dollars) and restaurant and restroom in short distance. Also visit the museum (light house).
One of San Diego's top attractions. Sits atop a cliff on Point Loma over looking the bay where ships enter the port of San Diego. Monument to Cabrillo, historical museum and a very nice gift shop. Also adjoins Rosencrans Veterans Cemetery.