San Diego Category: Attractions
Spend a day of your vacation to San Diego exploring, learning, discovering, and a crowd favorite- eating, in the naturally beautiful state protected historical park of Old Town located right in the heart of San Diego, minutes away from downtown and within walking distance of the San Diego Trolley Transit Center.
Home to the first European settlers of San Diego, Old Town now boasts over 150 unique specialty shops, 17 incredible museums and historical sites, and many award-winning mouthwatering restaurants.
If you are looking to find some of the best restaurants in San Diego, Old Town is known for them. Especially if you are craving authentic Mexican food with home-made tortillas created fresh right in front of your eyes.
With colorful scenery, enchanting buildings, traditional performances and flourishing parks every which way you look throughout Old Town; you might never guess that some of San Diego’s greatest haunted houses, grounds and structures lie in this very park. Among the most well-known are the Whaley House, Little Adobe Chapel and El Campo Cemetery.
Why are they considered haunted? Take a guided ghost tour on your next travel to San Diego to visit these haunted buildings, hear the famous stories and maybe even experience a little ghost action yourself, if you’re lucky!
By: Krista Kosmicki
Address: Robinson-Rose Visitor Center