|Seaport village is a 14 acre waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment complex recreating a harbor side setting of a century ago. Includes 54 one of a kind shops, 13 casual dining eateries, 4 fine dining waterfront restaurants. Opened in 1980.
It features Four miles of meandering cobblestone pathways bordered by ponds, lakes, fountains and colorful, lush landscaping. Quarter mile boardwalk along the San Diego Bay.
Four bay-view dining restaurants. Thirteen international eateries.
Unique clothing, gifts, hats, mugs, kites, wind chimes, music boxes, jewelry, hot sauces, art galleries, bookstore/coffeehouse and more!
A monthly calendar features live musical entertainment including blues, jazz, country and swing. A talented cast of street performers and artisans?caricaturists,face painters, balloon sculptors, oriental brush art?complete the line up. 1895 Antique carousel with hand carved animals by Charles Loof.
Conveniently located downtown on San Diego Bay at Kettner Blvd. and West Harbor Drive. A quarter-mile boardwalk connects with the Hyatt, Marriott Hotel & Marina and the Convention Center. The airport is just 5 minutes away by car.
North on I-5 to Downtown
Take I-5 North and exit 6th Avenue. Left on 6th. Turn right on Ash Street. Turn left on Pacific Highway which ends at Seaport Village.
South on I-5 to Downtown
Take I-5 to Front Street exit. Turn right on Ash Street. Turn left on Pacific Highway which ends at Seaport Village.
South on 163 to Downtown
Take 163 South to Ash Street. Turn left on Pacific Highway which ends at Seaport Village.