Step back in time and enjoy modern shopping, dining, and entertainment at Seaport Village in San Diego. There are many things to do at this site near the San Diego waterfront and downtown. With a boardwalk connected to the Convention Center, it's a great place for visitors to take a break.
Start by simply enjoying the setting. Seaport Village is laid out to be reminiscent of a century-old harborfront, starting with its headquarters in San Diego's Old Police Headquarters. Find more old-fashioned goods in some of the stores on-site, like American Nostalgia and Indian Trails Gallery. Of course, there are also shops filled with modern goods. But many of those are unique, not mass-produced, like the candles crafted on the premises at California Candle Company. There's a great selection of fashion specialties, including eyewear, hats, and California beach and surfing styles.
You can pick up a treat to nibble on while you stroll, from eateries like Seaport Coffee & Fudge or Seaport Cookie Co. When you're ready for a full meal, settle into a water view dining spot like Harbor House or the Edgewater Grill.
Visit on a Saturday or Sunday and you're likely to find a free concert going on. The February events calendar includes everything from Greek music to blues and Cajun. Seaport Village also features larger events, like the Busker Festival coming up in March.
Even when there isn't a special event, you'll find lots to do for fun at Seaport Village. Ride a carousel that was carved by hand back in 1895 and stop by the balloon artist to take home a unique creation. Your own hand becomes a work of art when you visit the henna artist.
Humphreys Half Moon Inn is only five miles from Seaport Village and many other great things to do in San Diego. Even better for water lovers, we're right on the waterfront, too, so you can continue to enjoy water views when you stroll our grounds after your day at Seaport Village.