Get up-close and personal with marine life at the Birch Aquarium.
Drive along Coast Boulevard and you'll discover La Jolla Cove, a small water bay area that fascinates many because of its Seven Sea Caves.
Legends Gallery houses exquisite works of fine art and is best known for the Art of Dr. Seuss exhibit.
At 823 feet, Mount Soledad is an iconic site in La Jolla, rising up with panoramic views of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar to the east, and downtown San Diego and Coronado Island to the south.
La Jolla first came on the scene artistically with the creation of the Green Dragon Colony, established by Anna Held in 1894.
MCASD La Jolla is temporarily closed for renovations. Reopening date is TBD.
The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego has two locations — La Jolla and downtown San Diego.
Referred to as the Rodeo Drive of San Diego, Prospect Street is more than a shopaholic's paradise.
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies is an architectural marvel located on the cliffs of La Jolla.
The Torrey Pines Gliderport is perched on top of the bluffs at the south end of the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve and just north of the Salk Institute.
This golf course was the location of the 2008 U.S. Open.