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La Jolla Museums

Modern art and timeless ocean views at this renowned art institution Recently reopened to the public, The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego is the shining jewel in the local art scene’s crown, and a standout among La Jolla museums. It focuses on preserving and exhibiting works of art from the 1950s to the present.


First Friday Art Walk

A monthly art-focused open house in the village Grab your walking shoes and get ready for an evening of art, wine, and merrymaking at this monthly event. Held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on the first Friday of every month, this art extravaganza prompts La Jolla art galleries to open their doors and invite


La Jolla Cove

Legendary cove beach and wildlife hangout  One of the best beaches in La Jolla and perhaps San Diego overall, La Jolla Cove is a tiny slice of beach heaven mere blocks from the bustling heart of La Jolla Village. Descend a set of steps to find a small, sandy cove protected by rugged sandstone cliffs.


La Jolla Sea Caves

Splendid Caverns Carved Into Sandstone Cliffs Hiding within hollowed out sandstone cliffs soaring over the beachfront, La Jolla’s seven sea caves are one of town’s biggest draws. This stunning collection of caverns is best seen during a kayaking or snorkeling tour, where a knowledgeable guide can help you navigate the sometimes-tricky corridors and passages. Some