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Cruising gently since 1980, Hornblower’s Cruises & Events is offering its passengers the most breathtaking view of San Diego, the Coronado Bridge, Cabrillo National Monument and California sea lions. Enjoy a superb diner beyond any expectation. Whether it is to celebrate a birthday, an anniversary, romantic reunion or any special evening event, for parties of two to 20, the crew always surpasses itself with service to your guests. Aboard the dinner-dance cruise, live entertainment is provided and our guests dance happily during the three hour journey on the San Diego Bay. Also, you may choose to sail from ports in Old Sacramento, all the way down to San Diego and ports in between.
Children and parents can explore the natural world, learn about the environment, play freely and create their own arts. The New Children’s Museum provides opportunities for free play riding on wheels, sliding and building with mattresses, or rock climbing. Creative play and exploration for children of all ages can be found in the rain house, the car paint, sculpture making, shadow world and dress up. Toddlers have their own activity room featuring bears in the woods, with soft “grass” to play on and tree hollows to hide and seek in. Each day and hour brings special activities throughout the museum where children and parents can interact, play and create.
Fun for adults and kids, this museum-on-water is the focal point of San Diego's historic Embarcadero Promenade. Comprised of several painstakingly restored historic ships, it is a tribute to the sea-faring age. One of the ships showcased at Maritime Museum of San Diego is the Star of India (1863), a stunning vision that graces the coastline as the world's oldest actively-sailed, square-rigged ship.
Located right along the Navy Pier in downtown San Diego, the USS Midway Museum lends deep insights into naval aviation and one of the important chapters of American history. The museum is home to the iconic USS Midway, which has been one of the country's oldest aircraft carriers. A famed naval museum in the United States, it also shelters an arsenal of other significant carriers, most of which were crafted in Southern California. The museum is complete with simulators, myriad deck exhibits and the stirring Battle of Midway theater. The museum has also been a host to an array of private, media and sporting events.
Rev up your engines and cruise on over to the San Diego Automotive Museum dedicated to the last 100 years of automotive development. From 'horseless carriages' to the 50s 'hot rods' parked in front of a simulated diner, car buffs will enjoy checking out the scores of shiny automobiles on display. Research sources are available, as are great gift ideas for any car enthusiast.
Throughout two large rooms of high ceilings, various exhibits of the San Diego Air and Space Museum portray the history of flight. Both rooms consist of models of airplanes that hang from the ceilings; mannequins of past aviators; artifacts of the history of aviation; and signs to allow self-guided tours. In the second room, three six-minute videos tell the story of flight, and how we got to where we are today. The rooms are separated by a large courtyard, patterned by walkways and plants, which is available for corporate functions, weddings, and various other events. Docent guided tours are available by reservation for groups of ten or more and school groups for grades three and up.