Seaport Village is a quaint shopping village with a maritime theme where you can walk, shop, dine, listen to music, and ride a 100-year-old carousel. All this while taking in stunning views of the San Diego Bay and skyline, including the Coronado Bridge.
Located at the end of Pacific Highway at 849 West Harbor Drive near downtown San Diego, the village opened in 1980 on land owned by the Port of San Diego. Seaport Village includes more than 50 unique gift shops, with something for everyone, including clothing, souvenirs, toys and art. It also includes at least 17 places to enjoy a meal, from fresh seafood to pizza, burgers and tacos. Dessert lovers will be able to satisfy their sweet teeth at the village's several ice cream, candy, and cookie shops.
As you walk through Seaport Village's 14 acres, you'll encounter musicians, comedians, and artists along the pathways. You can also sit and enjoy a variety of live music every afternoon. Or watch the fishing boats as they bring in their catches to the country's oldest fish markets.
You can also take a ride on Seaport Village's historic carousel, built in 1895 and featuring 54 animals and two horse-drawn chariots.