While in San Diego, take some time to check out the USS Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum. This museum is on an actual aircraft carrier that was commissioned in 1943. It served in the Vietnam War and the first Gulf War, before decommissioning in 1992 and opening as a museum in San Diego. Whether you’re interested in air and space history, or simply want to get a sense of what the city was like before the city became a sprawling metropolis, there are things to see in San Diego that will leave you spellbound. More info – travellens.co/30-best-things-to-do-in-san-diego/
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Guests can also tour the San Diego Model Railroad Museum, the largest indoor model railroad in North America. The museum is open Thursday through Sunday. Those interested in Dr. Seuss can also stop by the Legends Gallery. The museum’s art collection contains works by Dr. Seuss, as well as many other local artists and designers. The San Diego Model Railroad Museum is another great option for a family day out.
Another museum with interactive exhibits is the San Diego Museum of Man. This museum was the first to feature LEGO art, and other museums followed suit. It’s one of the best things to do in San Diego with kids. The museum offers interactive permanent and temporary exhibits, including Power Play San Diego and the world’s largest LEGO art, called Art of the Brick. Families can participate in archery, play sports, or watch live performances.