Balboa Park was developed for the 1915 Panama-California Exposition, and remains as one of the largest city parks in the United States.
Home to museums, theaters, and many outdoor events and activities, and the world-famous San Diego Zoo.
|Alcazar Garden||Adjacent to Art Institute and Mingei Museum|
|Australian Garden||Gold Gulch, southeast of Spreckels Organ Pavilion|
|Balboa Park||Between 6th & Park and Elm & Upas|
|Botanical Building||East of Museum of Art|
|California Native Plant Garden||West of tennis courts at Morley Field|
|Casa del Rey Moro Garden||Surrounding House of Hospitality|
|Desert Garden||Park Blvd (north of the footbridge)|
|Florida Canyon Native Plant Preserve||Hiking trails east of Park Blvd|
|Inez Grant Parker Memorial Rose Garden||Park Blvd (south of footbridge)|
|Japanese Friendship Garden||Northeast of Spreckels Organ Pavilion|
|Old Cactus Garden||Southwest of Balboa Park Club|
|Palm Canyon||South of House of Charm|
|Sculpture Garden||West of Museum of Art|
|Zoro Garden||Between Reuben H. Fleet Science Center & Casa de Balboa|