Coronado, Things To Do

Coronado, California is a beautiful seaside community full of fun and sun. Coronado has an abundance of activities to offer it’s homeowners and guests. Take advantage of the following ideas.

  • The Visitor Center located in the Museum of History and Art building at 1100 Orange Avenue, is the first place to stop for information on things to do in Coronado. They provide maps, discount tickets, brochures, directions, and other helpful information. For more information, please call (619) 437-8788.
  • The Museum of History and Art is located next to the Visitor Center and is the place to learn about Coronado’s unique and interesting history.
  • Coronado offers six tours throughout the week. Each one focuses on different aspects of Coronado. The Visitor Center can provide times, tickets prices and information about each.
  • Visit the oceanfront Hotel Del Coronado, the majestic emblem of Coronado. The Hotel Del Coronado instantly turned Coronado, Ca into a beach resort destination when it opened on February 19, 1888. The Hotel Del Coronado has become a living legend with it’s rich history, historical landmark designation, visits by thousands of celebrities and dignitaries and the legend of “the ghost”.
  • Dine and shop on Orange Avenue, Coronado´s main street and at the Ferry Landing Marketplace beside the San Diego Bay. Coronado offers more than 80 cafes and restaurants with seafood, American fare and ethnic cuisine. Outdoor dining is available to enjoy Coronado´s weather. The local shops provide a wonderful atmosphere to pick up that unique gift and provide everyday staples.
  • Enjoy a play at one of two theaters. Coronado has its own community theater group which performs at the Coronado Playhouse at the Coronado Community Center. Lamb´s Players Theater is located on Orange Avenue and is the city´s professional theater group.
  • The Community Center and Aquatic Center is located at 1845 Strand Way. The facilities include weight lifting, fitness classes, basketball and volleyball courts, rock climbing wall and two pools (pictured above). Call (619) 522-2464 for more information.
  • Coronado beaches receive top ratings by the Travel Channel in the following categories, Americas Best Beaches and Best U.S. Beaches for Families. The city’s Silver Strand, South, Central , North and Dog Beach are ideal for whatever water related activity you can think of.
  • Fifteen miles of dedicated paths hug the coastline and allow biking, skating, jogging and walking. The dedicated paths provide a great way to exercise and see some of Coronado’s spectacular scenery.
  • Enjoy a round of golf at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course. The 72-par, 130 acre golf course offers scenic views of San Diego Bay, Glorietta Bay and San Diego skyline.Call (619) 435-3121 for more information.
  • Take a fun trip to downtown San Diego on the Ferry, bikes are allowed. The Ferry leaves Coronado every hour on the half hour.

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