From one end of Orange Avenue to the other, Coronado has plenty of
attractions and entertainment to keep you busy during your stay.
The Hotel del Coronado
1500 Orange Ave
This architectural marvel can be viewed from Coronado's Central Beach and along Orange Avenue . Visitors can stroll along the new Paseo del Mar beach walkway, browse through the downstairs shopping arcade and enjoy the public restaurants. (619) 435-6611
Museum of History and Art
1100 Orange Ave
Explore Coronado's fascinating past at the museum, with galleries showcasing Coronado's early development including the history of the Hotel del Coronado and Tent City and the role of the military. "Home of a Naval Aviator" signs around town celebrate 100 years of naval aviation in Coronado. Information is available on the Aviator guide. Museum entry is by donation. Open Mon-Fri, 9 to 5, Sat and Sun, 10 to 5. (619) 435-7242
Coronado Ferry Landing
1201 First St
Enjoy a wide selection of specialty shops, galleries and restaurants with fabulous views of downtown San Diego . There is also a bayfront bike path, sandy beach and fishing pier. Catch the passenger ferry for the 20-minute trip across the bay to San Diego's waterfront attractions. Take your blanket or folding chair and enjoy concerts from 2 to 4 pm Sundays year round, Saturdays as well during the summer. Visit Coronado Farmers' Market every Tues from 2:30 to 6pm. (619) 435-8895
Public Art Program
Created by the City of Coronado, the Public Art
Program enriches daily lives.
The works of art extend throughout
Coronado, and are described in
Walking Tour Guides available
at the Visitor Center and at City Hall.
Coronado Municipal Golf Course
Opened in 1957, Coronado's public golf course continues to reign as one of the finest public courses in Southern California . With views of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge and Glorietta Bay , the 72-par, 130-acre 18-hole course is open 7 days a week and offers a driving range, pro shop and restaurant. (619) 435-3121.
Spreckels Park , 6th St and Orange Ave
9am to 4pm, first and third Sunday of each month, year round. This outdoor gallery features more than 50 artists who display works of art including oil, acrylic and watercolor painting, etching, photography, wood and metal work, stained glass, ceramics and more. Canceled in the event of rain. (619) 435-3555
1835 Strand Way
The community theater group puts on six productions each year for about a six-week run each. All performers, stage and technical crew are volunteers. The playhouse is a 100-seat cabaret-style theater in the Coronado Community Center with a full service bar. (619) 435-4856
Lamb's Players Theatre
1142 Orange Ave
Lamb's Players is a professional, non-profit performing arts organization that offers an annual five-play season in Coronado from January through November. December is filled with Christmas productions including their annual Festival of Christmas and An American Christmas held at the Hotel del Coronado. (619) 437-0600
Coronado is centrally located so most San Diego activities are just a short drive away. A short list of attractions includes Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Legoland, Seaport Village, the Gaslamp Quarter and Horton Plaza Shopping Center. Coronado is also less than 15 miles from the border to Mexico .