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6 Fabulous Things To Do In San Diego This September

Ana Sofia de la Cámara Ana Sofia de la Cámara

6 Fabulous Things To Do In San Diego This September

September is finally here!

As the season changes from Summer to Autumn, we will continue to bring you the best things to do in San Diego! Here are 7 amazing things to do in our sunny city this month!

1. Bates Nut Farm Pumpkin Patch

The Pumpkin Patch is open from September 18 to Halloween from 9 am to 5 pm, which is plenty of time to soak in as much autumnal fun as possible! They also offer free Parking and Admission on weekdays, making this a great place to visit throughout the fall season. However, there is an $8 Entrance Fee Per Car on October Weekends.

Location: 15954 Woods Valley Road, Valley Center, CA

 

2.Oceanview Brunch at The Med

A delicious brunch with breathtaking ocean views sounds like the perfect sunny San Diego day. La Jolla’s “Pink Lady.” will have their decadent brunch every weekend along with live music from local bands from 11:00 am-2:00 pm. You have to try their La V cinnamon roll topped with pink icing and fresh berries and their Lobster Benedict!

3. Retreat Pool & Cabanas

At San Diego’s first casino, Sycuan Casino and Resort, you can now get day passes for the resort’s pools and cabanas. You can book the ticket anytime between 9 am – 1 pm. You can also get tickets for their Night Swim, from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

Location: 5469 Casino Way, El Cajon

4.Sunset Yoga Bonfire

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Encinitas has a thriving yoga and wellness and is an ideal place to relax. Sunset Yoga Bonfire is a yoga studio that combines yoga, meditation, dancing, and local talent at beautiful Encinitas outdoor locations! They have weekly sessions at secret locations.

Location: TBD

5.Frida Kahlo Exhibition

Frida Kahlo was a Mexican artist widely considered one of the twentieth century’s most significant and influential artists. This exhibition will focus on how her Casa Azul garden, along with the diverse Mexican plant life and the country’s rich cultural history, all nourished the creativity of one of the world’s great artists. The exhibition will last until October 20 on Tuesdays through Thursdays from Noon to 7 pm. and on Fridays and Saturdays from noon to 5 pm.

Location: 1775 Dove Ln

6.Picnic In The Park

San Diego is lucky to have pretty amazing weather year-round, which means the picnic season is pretty extensive. So having a wonderful picnic day in September is a must. Plus, if you time it just right and you can enjoy the pink and orange glow of those show-stopping sunsets San Diego is known for.

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