01 Mar, 2014
How to Spend a Rainy Day in Coronado
It's time for San Diego's annual rainstorm and you just happen to be headed to the beach for what you thought would be a sunny getaway. But, fear not, we've got some great tips to still enjoy everything America's finest city has to offer.
Vintage Village TheaterThe only thing better than watching a movie on a rainy day is watching a movie at Coronado's own Vintage Village Theater on a rainy dayâ ?¦ This newly restored movie theater features three screening rooms, decked out with unique murals of San Diego and Coronado. Comfortable seats, plenty of leg room, and affordable prices are just a few reasons why you should visit this one-of-a-kind movie theater! Click here for movie times!
Old Town Trolley TourJust because it's raining doesn't mean you can't see the sights! This narrated 2.5 hour tour of San Diego allows you to venture out without getting soaking wet. Tours run daily and pick up just two blocks from the 1906 Lodge. Stops include Old Town, Downtown & the Gaslamp, the Embarcadero, Seaport Village, Balboa Park, Little Italy, and the Ferry Landing in Coronado. Click the trolley for more info!
Balboa Park MuseumsHop off the trolley or drive to Balboa Park to enjoy San Diego's best museums. The perfect rainy day solution, Balboa Park has a museum for every interest: Photography, Art, Natural History, Air & Spaceâ ?¦just to name a few. Pick up a Balboa Park passport at the Hospitality Center to save on multiple admissions. Combine with Zoo admission to save even more!
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