If a trip to San Diego is in your summer travel plans, then make sure and buy your money-saving Passport to Balboa Park.
Valid for seven consecutive days, this multi-attraction pass is good for admission to 13 museums in Balboa Park; including the San Diego Natural History Museum, the San Diego Museum for Art, Museum of Photographic Arts, Reuben H. Fleet Science Center and more.
The Passport is priced at just $39 for adults (a $85 value) and $21 for children (a $41 value). If you’d like to add a visit to the San Diego Zoo, then upgrade to the Zoo/Passport Combo, which also includes a one day admission to the San Diego Zoo. The Zoo/Passport Combo is priced at $65 for adults (a $130 value) and $36 for children (a $61 value). For more information visit www.balboapark.org.
And if you’re looking for a total freebie in San Diego, then plan a visit to Old Town State Historic Park, the first Spanish settlement on the West Coast. There’s no charge to stroll through the historic buildings, including San Diego’s First Schoolhouse.
San Diego is a nicely accessible city, and a great destination for slow walkers and wheelchair-users. All of the attractions mentioned above are wheelchair-accessible. And for details about accessible transportation, lodging and other attractions in San Diego, check out the free online version of this access guide.