San Diego Attractions & Landmarks
From San Diego’s 90 museums to its rich heritage to live theater, Loews is surrounded by intriguing San Diego cultural experiences. Use the list below as a guide, and speak with our concierge for more information.
Museums of Balboa Park
Balboa Park is home to 15 major museums including the Reuben H Fleet Science Center, San Diego Natural History Museum, Timken Museum of Art and many others. If you plan to visit more than one museum, consider the Passport to Balboa Park ticket which offers visitors the chance to visit 14 museums with a savings of more than 50%. Passport/Zoo combination tickets are also available. More Info
The New Children’s Museum
The Museum, a dynamic new model of a museum that celebrates children and the arts, empowers children and families to think, play and create through participatory exhibitions, engaging art-making activities, captivating artistic performances, and in-depth educational opportunities. Located in a striking green facility in downtown San Diego, NCM is a destination for children of all ages, from toddler to teen. More Info
Mission San Diego De Alcala
First of the 21 missions and known as the Mother of the Missions, Mission San Diego de Alcala was founded on July 16, 1769 by Blessed Junipero Serra. It was designated as a Minor Basilica in 1976 by Pope Paul VI. The Mission today is an active Catholic Parish in the Diocese of San Diego. More Info
The Old Globe Theater at Balboa Park
The internationally-acclaimed, Tony® Award-winning Old Globe is one of the most renowned regional theatres in the country, and has stood as San Diego’s flagship arts institution for over 75 years. The Old Globe produces a year-round season of 15 plays and musicals on its three stages, including its highly-regarded Shakespeare festival.
Lamb’s Players Theater - Coronado Village & Downtown San Diego
Lamb’s is one of Southern California’s leading non-profit performing arts organizations producing year-round in two vibrant locations; in the charming island community of Coronado and the Horton Grand Theatre in San Diego's exciting Gaslamp Quarter. The Coronado Theater is located in the historic Spreckels Building on the main street in Coronado and seats 350 in a European amphitheater style with terrific sightline
The Coronado Playhouse
An intimate, 96-seat cabaret-style theatre with a full service bar. The venue, which opened in 2006 with state of the art equipment, still overlooks beautiful Glorietta Bay. The Playhouse is dedicated to providing quality entertainment with a mix of classic and modern comedies, dramas, and mysteries; dazzling musicals; colorful free Shakespeare; and exciting original works by local authors.
More Cultural Experiences & Attractions
Museum of Art
San Diego Opera
San Diego Chamber Orchestra
San Diego Symphony
Contact our concierge to customize an experience for you and your group.