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Balboa Park San Diego

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.

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Where we Enjoy

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


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