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Seaport Village is a treasure of over 80 one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants where everyone can find a little something special—all within walking distance to the Hyatt, the Marriott, the San Diego Convention Center and the Cruise Ship Terminal.
Seaport Village: Free entertainment, a restored 1895 Looff Carousel and an unforgettable waterfront ambience make Seaport Village the perfect “package” for your group! Seaport Village features more than 50 specialty shops, 4 major restaurants and 13 international eateries built on 14 acres fronting San Diego Bay. Meandering footpaths lead visitors by ponds, a graceful lagoon, beautiful fountains and lush, colorful landscaping. An adjacent eight-acre Embarcadero Park North provides visitors access to 22 acres of parkland.
Tour Bus Parking & Staging
Tour buses are able to drop their passengers off at our Pacific Highway entrance.
When B Street Pier is open to public parking (exceptions are the day before and day of a cruise ship visit) there are 12 large spaces available for buses for $20 for up to 4 hours of parking.
No other areas on North Harbor drive allow bus staging, only loading and unloading in some areas. Along Pacific Highway there are red curbs that buses can park at, however the driver must stay with the vehicle or risk getting a ticket from San Diego Police. North on Pacific Highway after crossing Taylor Street (about 3 miles from the Embarcadero, across from Perry’s Café and Spawar) there is curb space that is not red.
Please find parking rates for cars and vans here.
Download the latest Seaport Village Brochure for driving directions, directories, phone numbers and more!