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Located in Balboa Park, this center is home to many art galleries and working artist studios. Presently we house 220 local San Diego Artist who create & demo their artwork such as: Fine Art Paintings, Photography,Art Glass, Pottery, Metal Arts...more
All reviews for sale balboa park the natural history museum working studios wonderful shops buy local no pressure to buy unique pieces couple of hours pottery galleries earrings watercolor mediums painters wares prints
We were looking for Bilboa Park and then suddenly found this beayuiful place. When we entered inside the village, we were amazed to see the colours- the colourful roads , colourful painting, colourful studios- as if God had put all the various colours here to...More
Right off the main plaza in Balboa Park is this art center. There are plenty of artists and shops displaying their talents and are more than happy to answer any questions. In general, pricing for the goods seemed very reasonable.
I love Spain and visit there regularly so it was interesting to find a little Spanish village in San Diego.
Set within the vast grounds of the park, not too far from the Zoo, the buildings here do really look like a little piece of...More
I am staying not far from Balboa Park and just walked to check out today. Among a lot of amazing things I found, this art village was so charming and I enjoyed looking at shops. The live guitar music was fantastic. It was not busy...More
Toward the end of our 4-5 hours at Balboa Park we strolled about the Spanish Village Arts Center. Colorful stone tiles really light up the plaza which is surrounded by studio shops and a "puck-up coffee stand. A delightful time was had by all!
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There are a parking lot right beside Spanish Village which has a couple of handicap spaces. Lots of competition for any/all parking ... suggest you go early (Village opens officially at 10am, but a few places open a bit... More
There are a parking lot right beside Spanish Village which has a couple of handicap spaces. Lots of competition for any/all parking ... suggest you go early (Village opens officially at 10am, but a few places open a bit earlier). You can sit on the benches while you are waiting. Behind the Natural History Museum is a parking lot too... it's a little farther away, but not a great deal. Could park in the handicap spaces in the Zoo parking lot ... it isn't far from there over to the Village ... but I don't know how limited the person with the walker is. If you just barely can walk, go for the parking lot right behind the Village... if you can walk a bit without much difficulty, either of the other two should work as well.