The day that many in San Diego have anticipated for nearly three months has arrived!
Balboa Park is reopening!
During the coronavirus pandemic, the Central Mesa area of Balboa Park–the beloved center of San Diego’s cultural life–has been closed to the public. But that changes today! While most of the museums aren’t quite ready to open yet, visitors will again be able to amble down El Prado and enjoy the park’s sunshine, gardens and architectural beauty.
And a few places in the park will be open!
The world-famous San Diego Air and Space Museum will be open! So will the Visitor Center, the Prado Restaurant and the Japanese Friendship Garden’s Tea Pavilion! Visitors will notice that modifications have been made to ensure social distancing and generally increase public safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
You can bet I’ll be heading to Balboa Park first thing after work today. And I’ll be there all weekend. I miss it so much.
Here are a few photographs from my rather inactive blog Beautiful Balboa Park. These photos were taken at sunrise on a summer day almost three years ago.
I live in downtown San Diego and love to walk around with my camera! You can follow Cool San Diego Sights via Facebook or Twitter!
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One of my favorite places. I’m glad you can return. Enjoy!
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One of my favorite places in San Diego. Glad you can return to it.
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