Scripps Park & Scripps Institution of Oceanography

The Golden State’s second-largest metropolis has been dubbed “America’s Finest City.”
Along with the amazing weather and scenery, there is no shortage of great things to see
and do in San Diego.

Ellen Browning Scripps Park –Seaside Spectacular

It’s been said that this is the most photographed place in San Diego. This isn’t a surprise; the park has a commanding location atop a rocky bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean at Point La Jolla. With 1,500 feet of shoreline, three gorgeous beaches,a picturesque green space and a perfect lookout for whale watching and breathtaking sunsets, this 5.6-acre park is a microcosm of the legendary California coastline.

Scripps Institution of Oceanography –Wonder Beneath the Waves

Established in 1903 as the San Diego Marine Biological Station, the facility – renamed the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in 1925 –is one of the oldest and largest centers for ocean and Earth science research and public service in the world.


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