Kids Free San Diego is Back: A List of No-Cost Activities for Your Children
The popular Kids Free San Diego program is back in October, allowing children under 12 free admission and discounts to some of the region’s top attractions.
From Oct. 1 through Oct. 31, children aged 12 and under can visit a plethora of different museums, aquariums, gardens, historic sites, and more throughout San Diego County — all for free. Many of them are also free for the entire family.
The Kids Free San Diego program applies to a range of different attractions, including the Comic-Con Museum in Balboa Park, the La Jolla Historical Society, and the U.S.S. Midway Museum near Seaport Village.
“It’s a full month of family fun that doesn’t break the bank,” San Diego Museum Council Executive Director Bob Lehman said in a press release. “Whether you are a local or visiting San Diego, there is always something new to discover during Kids Free, including new exhibitions or historic sites, gardens, aquariums, state parks and other non-traditional ‘museum’ experiences people may not know about.”
Other top museums include:
- Birch Aquarium at Scripps
- Brain Observatory
- Cabrillo National Monument
- California Surf Museum
- Centro Cultural de la Raza
- Coronado Historical Association
- Fleet Science Center
- Gaslamp Museum at Davis-Horton House
- Japanese Friendship Garden
- Marston House Museum
- Maritime Museum of San Diego
- San Diego History Center
- San Diego Model Railroad Museum
- San Diego Natural History Museum
- Tijuana Estuary
- WorldBeat Center
- And more!
To view a full list of the museums and other sites covered by Kids Free San Diego, check out this list. You’ll also find the online coupons that will let your kids get in free.