La Jolla is a popular destination for those who love the outdoors, but it is equally as enjoyable for visitors who want to experience the indoor things to see in La Jolla as well. Below, we’ve outlined some of the best indoor attractions to check out during your La Jolla getaway.
Birch Aquarium at Scripps
Visiting the aquarium is a great way to enjoy the Pacific Ocean even on a day when you might want to spend a few hours in the comfortable indoors. Here you can explore 60+ exhibits featuring over 5000 sea creatures, see exciting live shows, and even feed the animals. There are even interactive exhibits for the kids to enjoy too. Tickets for the aquarium are $19.50 for adults, $16 for students/seniors, and $15 for kids. It’s definitely one of the best indoor things to see in La Jolla!
La Jolla Playhouse
Before you come to La Jolla, check the seasonal calendar for La Jolla Playhouse! You won’t want to miss whatever’s showing. Playing in June is a Critic’s Choice rom-com apocalyptic thriller, and in July they’ll be playing a serious show about life and love. The range here is wide; you never know what they’ll play next! Ticket prices for shows at the playhouse vary.
Peruse the fine art of Mackenzie Thorpe, Tom Everhart, and the one and only Theodor Seuss Geisel—AKA Dr. Seuss. Make sure to check out the zany and fun “Unorthodox Taxidermy of Dr. Seuss” exhibit, featuring such funny fictional creatures as the Turtle Necked Sea Turtle and the Sea Going Dilemma Fish. Make sure to save some souvenir money to buy a print here!
The Comedy Store
The Comedy Store is a must-see attraction when visiting the La Jolla area. This place is known for giving many big-name comedians their start, and to this day is visited by talented comedians from all walks of their careers. No matter when you go, you’re guaranteed to laugh all night and have an amazing time. Tickets for The Comedy Store vary, and open mic nights are free!
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
Exhibits on view right now at this widely beloved museum include Marnie Weber: Songs that Never Die and Other Stories, More Like a Forest: Paintings and Sculptures by Richard Allen Morris, and Prospect 2019, an eclectic assortment of artworks that have been considered for acquisition. There are interactive activities to enjoy here too, so make sure to check the seasonal calendar before stopping in. Tickets for the art museum are $10 general admission, and $5 for seniors/students over 25, and free for military and for anyone under 25 years old!
Book a Stay to Visit Some of the Indoor Things to See in La Jolla
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