History tends to repeat itself, which means there's a good chance you'll get run over by another war elephant. Learn from the past with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $30 for an annual individual membership for two people, which includes one annual pass and two membership cards ($60 value)
- $37 for an annual family membership for two adults and two children, which includes one annual pass and two membership cards ($75 value)
- $50 for an annual supporting membership for four people, which includes two annual passes, four membership cards, and a Cabrillo National Monument Foundation canvas bag ($100 value)
Each of the above memberships include:
- Annual Cabrillo National Monument pass
- After-hours park events
- Discounts on ticketed special events
- A Cabrillo National Monument Foundation pin
- 15% Off at the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation bookstore
Cabrillo National Monument Foundation
In 1542, explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo became the first European to step foot on what would become the West Coast of the United States. Since its founding more than four centuries later, the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation has celebrated this accomplishment—as well as the greater history and the natural scenery of San Diego's only national park, located on the southwest tip of the U.S.
- Size: a two-mile hiking trail and three exhibit rooms fill a sprawling indoor-outdoor space
- Eye Catcher: historical re-enactors dress in 19th-century clothing thanks to the Living History program—a sight rivaled only by the view of San Diego's coastline from 400 feet up
- Permanent Mainstay: The Old Point Loma Lighthouse, which first lit up the night's sky on November 15, 1855
- Annual Celebration: September's Cabrillo Festival, which recreates the voyage of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo
- Don't Miss: an old radio-station building where They Stood the Watch profiles the military history of the Point Loma peninsula
- Special Programs: take a ranger-led bayside walk under the full moon, watch whales, or feel famous while whales watch you
- Pro Tip: at low tide visitors can peer into tide pools and see the diverse wildlife that's normally hidden
“Wonderful location to watch the 4th of July fireworks. Facilities are clean and the view is outstanding.”
1800 Cabrillo Memorial Dr.
San Diego, California 92106