San Diego is known for it’s amazing climate, beaches, music, nightlife, delectable Californian cuisine and enjoyable attractions. One of the best times of year to visit San Diego happens to be Labor Day weekend.
This Labor Day weekend, travelers can take advantage of The Maritime Museum’s annual Festival of Sail, Julian Fall Apple Harvest, U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge and 3-D Art Expo on San Diego Bay, featuring live entertainment and food as well as take part in the start of the San Diego Chargers football season kick-off.
This year’s Labor Day weekend, Festival of Sail will host over twenty ships from around the world during August 29, 2014 – September 1, 2014. Guests at San Diego Bay may tour the ships, take in music and a variety of live entertainment as they sample many wonderful foods and beverages. The opportunity to shop over 150 festival vendors and enjoy a fun petting zoo are additional activities that travelers will enjoy.
A short hour-drive east of San Diego, travelers will find the Julian Fall Apple Harvest going on. Emulating the 1870′s gold rush, this charming festival allows travelers to shop, sample famous apple pies, picnic and hike throughout the refreshing oak trees, and even take part in a horse-drawn carriage-ride down Main Street.
An unmatched vacation experience includes getting to see and be apart of something extraordinary. The U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge and 3-D Art Expo is absolutely, one of those experiences. This event supports four charities: San Diego School for Creative and Performing Arts; It’s All About the Kids Foundation; Young Audiences of San Diego, Arts for Learning; and the Maritime Museum Children’s Education Programs.
Both an enormously worthwhile and unique event, The U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge and 3D Art Exposition brings together the world’s top Master sculptors from Singapore, Ireland, Italy, U.S. and Canada to name a few. Visiting San Diego this Labor Day Weekend means truly witnessing once in a lifetime specials.
San Diego has increasingly become known as an excellent destination for foodies and boasts an impressive variety of cuisine styles with different cultural influences from all over the world. The city is home to dozens of unique and upscale dining venues, visiting San Diego offers travelers the ability to enjoy deliciously prepared food and unique dining options to experience every day of their stay.
The San Diego Chargers football season will be concluding preseason games and transitioning into their regular season by playing against the Cardinals over Labor Day Weekend. For sports fans, kicking off this Labor Day Weekend in true football style will be a great way to set the stage for a great remaining weekend ahead.
In addition to this Labor Day Weekend’s exclusive happenings, other enjoyable excursions and activities include attractions and tours like Seaworld, the San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, boating and brewery tours, hiking, horseback riding, sailing, segway excursions, whale watching and wine tasting.
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