San Diego's Seaport VillageTempting travelers with an array of fine shops and dining, San Diego's Seaport Village is one of the city's main attractions. Consisting of 14 acres, 75 shops and four restaurants, Seaport Village was designed as a 100-year-old village where visitors can shop, eat and relax. Seaport Village is located just
The Jolly Lolly and Trails WestAt the Jolly Lolly, you can get your favorite lollipop. At the San Diego Cafe, you can have drinks while taking in the terrific views of Coronado Island. Trails West has American Indian jewelry, get 'em hot off the pan at the Seaport Cookie Co. or buy some original footwear at Barefoot By the Bay. The Edgewater Grill offers Italian, seafood and gourmet pizzas while Buster's Beachhouse & Long Board Bar serves up critically acclaimed international dishes.
The Broadway Flying Horses CarouselProbably the most visited site at Seaport Village is the Broadway Flying Horses Carousel, originally built at Coney Island in 1890. With 400,000 riders each year, the Flying Horses have a century of service under their saddles with jumping and standing horses, goats and even dogs giving kids of all ages rides. The Flying Horses have undergone extensive restoration as well as the 52-key, 175-pipe organ that was built in Germany in 1914.
Hours of Operation and LocationSeaport Village is
For more information about Seaport Village, call 619-234-6133.
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