Sightseeing in Coronado

Up to 52% Off Urban Scavenger Hunt

City Cruiser


$60 $29

Pedal about town while visiting San Diego's best bars

Stylish San Diego Hotel near La Jolla Beaches

Embassy Suites San Diego - La Jolla

San Diego, CA

$164 $164


La Jolla's beaches are minutes from this hotel, which features two restaurants and an indoor pool

Up to 44% Off Sights & Sips Sunset Cruise

Hornblower Cruises


$57.84 $37


Take in the sunset on a two-hour cruise in San Diego Bay with views of the Coronado Bridge; deal includes two drinks per person

Up to 63% Off Segway or Zuumer Tour

We Love Tourists

Multiple Locations

$149 $55


Segway instruction and entertaining two-hour tours through La Jolla or Gaslamp Harbor, or three-hour tour on a Zuumer electric scooter

Up to 42% Off a 9-Mile Bank Whale Watching Cruise

Pacific Nature Tours

Mission Bay Park

$63 $39


Boat ferries passengers on a 9-mile watching tour for whale and sea lion sightings; includes lunch and non-alcoholic beverages

Up to 57% Off Whale-Watching Tour

San Diego Whale Watch

San Diego

$88 $39


3-hour tours include narration by a certified marine biologist, snack bar, and indoor and outdoor seating for 149

Up to 50% Off at Veterans Museum & Memorial

Veteran's Museum Memorial

Balboa Park

$14 $7

Veterans Museum & Memorial hosts exhibits on World War I, World War II, Pearl Harbor, and the Korean and Vietnam conflicts

Up to 50% Off William D. Evans

William D. Evans

Bahia Resort Hotel

$20 $10

Live music and DJ tunes resonate from the decks of the sternwheeler William D. Evans during evening cruises on Mission Bay

Up to 56% Off Cruise for Two or Six

Ship 'N a Bottle

San Diego

$155 $69


Groups enjoy bottles of red or white wine paired with cheeses and fruit or sumptuous fondue as they tour around San Diego

50% Off San Diego City Tour

Five Star Tours

San Diego

$46 $23


A bus tour takes passengers to scenic and historical attractions, including La Jolla Bay, Little Italy, and Old Town San Diego

Half Off a Yacht Tour from Shared Dreams

Shared Dreams

San Diego

$300 $150

See whales, seals, battleships, and other San Diego sights during this customizable tour aboard a plush yacht

Up to 53% Off at San Diego Automotive Museum

San Diego Automotive Museum

Balboa Park

$17 $8


Classic motorcycles join a 1928 Studebaker and a custom 1947 Cadillac to pay homage to collectable autos

Up to 53% Off from Ghostly Tours in History

Ghostly Tours in History

Ghostly Tours

$40 $19


Paranormal walking tour visits various sites of haunted history, from eerie backstreets to the hangouts of gamblers and gunmen

Half Off Interactive Walking Tours

Stray Boots

Online Deal

$24 $12


Clues, trivia, and riddles lead explorers through a vibrant neighborhood via the Stray Boots iPhone or Android app

Up to 55% Off Scavenger Blitz Entry

Scavenger Blitz


$64.29 $29

Urban scavenger race challenges participants to cross the finish line after deciphering clues, taking pictures, and gathering items

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When a golfer seeks inspiration, she looks toward the skies over Scotland, just as a baker gets a second wind from his brochure of the Choco Mountain Range. Today's Groupon inspires with a saucy salute to Memphis: $20 worth of sweet meats and succulent, finger-licking barbecue for $10 at Lil' Piggy's Bar-B-Q in Coronado. Follow the sweet-smelling dreams that haunt long nights in your rib-shack.

1201 1st St

Among its two facilities in La Jolla and downtown San Diego, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego houses an array of works made since 1950. Head here and you can explore everything from Pop Art and minimalism of the 1960s and 1970s to conceptual pieces from the last half-century, headlined by contemporary-art luminaries such as Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei.

Major figures aside, the MCASD strives to spotlight mid-career artists still looking for their big break, as well as pieces by Latin American artists and emergent talent. Between the museum's collection and rotating exhibitions, there are galleries that accommodate paintings, photographs, films, and multimedia installations. Outside both locations, there are more site-specific installations and sculptures by artists such as Richard Serra and Marcos Ramírez ERRE, whose father created the Caps Lock on the day his son was born.

There’s more to the place than its exhibitions: the museum engages visitors with events and programs such as art-making sessions and artist lectures. Held three evenings a year, the Thursday Night Thing series includes talks, hands-on activities, live music, and cocktails, all based on the latest museum exhibitions.

1001 Kettner Blvd
San Diego,

Jane Mitchell, a 26-time Emmy Award winner, ventures into the lives of professional athletes, learning not only their athletic triumphs and stats, but also about the their personal accomplishments and struggles. For more than 14 years, the One on One with Jane Mitchell television show, produced and anchored by Jane Mitchell, has interviewed many famous athletes in the San Diego area, from rising stars to Hall of Famers to people who can carry unabridged dictionaries more than 100 yards. Many of the show's stories and figures, including Drew Brees and Ted Wiliams, are collected in Jane's book, One on One, providing a source for readers to revisit their favorite interviews.

2131 Pan American Plz
San Diego,

Those seeking inspiration for their next bestselling historical conspiracy potboiler starring Marisa Tomei will appreciate today's Groupon: one adult admission to The Da Vinci Experience at the San Diego Air & Space Museum for $12 (normally $24.75). Admission is good for both the exhibit and the museum. This might be your family's last opportunity to experience the Experience before it closes permanently on January 3, 2010 or you relocate to Atlanta for the 2010-11 Hawks season.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.

2001 Pan American Plz
San Diego,

Traversing San Diego’s storied past, from the land’s ancestral Kumeyaay Native American tribe to modern day, the San Diego History Center stuffs minds with knowledge and inspires appreciation for local lore. Admission grants access to more than 45 million paper artifacts and 2.5 million images found in the library, fine arts collections, exhibitions, and displays of historic fast-food receipts. With a family membership, a pair of historians and two guests gain full access to the renowned research library, as well as to the center itself and the Junípero Serra Museum in Presido Park. A complimentary subscription to the quarterly Journal of San Diego History keeps members abreast of pictorial essays, in-depth explorations of regional culture, and hilarious membership-ID-photo outtakes. Members-only invitations to exhibition previews and events fill calendars with endless social opportunities.

1649 El Prado
San Diego,

The San Diego Natural History Museum has transported visitors into the past for almost eight decades. The recently opened Ends Of The Earth exhibit lets museum-goers watch explorers conquer terrain in the multimedia theater, put on a penguin suit and slide like the birds themselves, or challenge a live polar bear to an ice-eating contest. Illuminate history through the Fossil Mysteries exhibit's life-size models of ancient animals, such as dinosaurs and mastodons, as well as a fossil aquarium featuring actual whale bones on display. Dads and future dads looking to enjoy 3-D movies without braving the multiplex's gangs of candy-craving teens can use the included tickets to catch The Ultimate Wave Tahiti, starring champion surfer Kelly Slater, or Turtle Reef 3D, from the award-winning producers behind museum mainstay Ocean Oasis.

1788 El Prado
San Diego,