Go to a Padres Game!
Experience the USA Today #1 MLB ballpark with your fellow 2018 AAST Conference attendees.
Discount tickets are available here in select sections to watch the San Diego Padres take on the Arizona Diamondbacks at Petco Park.
To purchase tickets click here and enter the password: AAST18
For more information or to purchase groups of 10 or more please contact Logan Washburn at 619.795.5137 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cabrillo National Monument
From hiking to tidepooling, Cabrillo National Monument is a seaside park located at the southern tip of the Point Loma Peninsula. Learn more.
A beachside amusement park in Mission Bay, Belmont Park has plenty of rides and attractions for people of all ages. Parking and admission is free, you pay as you play! Learn more.
La Jolla Cove
One of the most photographed beaches in Southern California, La Jolla Cove has water visibility that can at times exceed 30 feet. Surrounded not only by sandstone cliffs but by plenty of restaurants and activities. Learn more.
A lively downtown neighborhood known for its nightlife set in a 16 square-block mixture of Victorian-era buildings and modern skyscrapers. From shopping to museums, there is plenty to do on your own or with family. Learn more.
As the name suggests, the view of the sunset from Sunset Cliffs is second to none. Sunsets are not the only thing to see at the beach, however, California gray whales and other sea life can also be seen from time to time. Learn more.
Ferry to Coronado Island
Skip the drive and catch a ferry from downtown San Diego to Coronado Island and spend the day exploring everything the island has to offer. Learn more.
San Diego Zoo
One of the largest zoological membership associations in the world, the San Diego Zoo is one of the few zoos in the US that houses the giant panda. The zoo is home to 3,500 animals representing 650 species. Learn more.
The historic heart of San Diego, Old Town was created in 1769 and was California’s first settlement. In the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park you can experience life from the early Mexican-American period, blacksmith and all. The historic park is located in the center of Old Town which itself is nestled in the heart of San Diego. Learn more.