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Brick or Treat at Legoland

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Brick-or-Treat Party Nights is back and better than ever at Legoland this year. Brick-or-Treat is a family tradition in our house, Legoland AND trick-or-treating? We are so there!

Awesome Awaits at the Park…after dark! Brick-or-Treat Party Nights at LEGOLAND®California Resort is back for more Halloween excitement. The entire Park is open for Party Nights every Saturday in October. The home of Halloween fun is filled with…

  • Live entertainment + new shows!
  • Character Meet and Greets
  • Costume Contests: Group, LEGO® Theme, Most Creative
  • Treat stations with more than 1 million pieces of candy
  • Heartlake City Fall Festival with Pumpkin Patch Build and craft time with the LEGO Friends
  • The AstroBash Dance Party
  • Brick-or-Treat Party Nights Pop Badge Challenge
  • And more!

If the park gets a little too crowded, stop by SEA LIFE and don’t miss candy, decorations and your fishy friends which is included with your Party Nights ticket.


San Diego Kids Free in October

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The San Diego Museum Council is bringing back by popular demand an amazing program for families. Based on its huge success in the first four years, Kids Free in October, is back for a fifth year. Inviting families to enjoy free kids’ admission to more than 40 museums across San Diego County with an adult ticket purchase.

The breakdown:

  • The coupon allows up to TWO CHILDREN 12 and UNDER to get in FREE with one paid adult.
  • The ticket does not apply to special events, special exhibits or field trips.
  • Can not combine with any other promo/discount/coupon/offer.
  • Valid during the month of October only 10/1/17 – 10/31/17.
  • You must provide the PRINTED the coupon, which may be found below.

To take advantage of the offer, download the free coupon from the website for each museum you wish to visit in October.

Visit the Birch Aquarium in La Jolla and see the living tide pools. The U.S.S. Midway is a fun floating museum that children love! One of the most popular in San Diego is the Ruben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park and it too is free for children during the month of October. For the full list of museums participating see below.

Participating organizations include:

1. Barona Cultural Center & Museum
2. Birch Aquarium at Scripps
3. Cabrillo National Monument
4. California Center for the Arts Museum
5. California Surf Museum
6. Coronado Museum of History & Art
7. Fleet Science Center (Galleries only)
8. Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum
9. Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House
10. Heritage of the Americas Museum
11. Japanese Friendship Garden
12. La Jolla Historical Society
13. Living Coast Discovery Center
14. Lux Art Institute
15. Maritime Museum of San Diego
16. Marston House Museum & Gardens
17. Mingei International Museum
18. Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum
19. Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
20. Museum of Making Music
21. Museum of Photographic Arts
22. New Americans Museum
23. Oceanside Museum of Art
24. San Diego Air & Space Museum
25. San Diego Archaeological Center
26. San Diego Art Institute
27. San Diego Automotive Museum
28. San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum
29. San Diego Chinese Historical Museum
30. San Diego History Center
31. San Diego Model Railroad Museum
32. San Diego Natural History Museum (The Nat)
33. Serra Museum
34. The New Children’s Museum
35. The San Diego Museum of Art
36. The Water Conservation Garden
37. Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center
38. Timken Museum of Art
39. USS Midway Museum
40. Veterans Museum at Balboa Park
41. Visions Art Museum
42. Warner-Carrillo Ranch House
43. Women’s Museum of California

Kids are also free to the San Diego Zoo & Safari park during October for more information read our post about it here.


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Kids at the Del Mar Track

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Kids at the racetrack? Are you bringing your kids with you to the races this year? We have taken our son to the races before and it was a fun day for the whole family. There are tons of activities in the infield for kids on weekends called Family Fun Days.  Admission is FREE to children 17 and under and you can purchase an adult ticket as low as $6 (except on opening day). It is very similar to the Del Mar Fair and the kids have a lot of fun. For more information on the Family Fun Day.

The FREE activities on SUNDAY, AUGUST 6 feature:
 • Pony Rides  • Giant Scramble Slide & Obstacle Course
 • Rock Climbing Walls & Bungee Trampolines  • Meet the Del Mar Mascot “Pony Boy”
 • Magic Show & GameZone  • Face Painters & Caricature Artist
 • Create & decorate your own hat with the Rad Hatter  • Magic Shows & Game Zone
Helen Woodward Animal Center  • San Diego Sockers and San Diego Gulls Hockey Demonstrations and Instruction

 

The FREE activities on every other Saturday and Sunday feature:
Pony Rides  • Giant Scramble Slide & Obstacle Course
Inflatable Games & Rides  • Del Mar Mascot “Pony Boy”
Magic Show & GameZone  • Face Painters
Jockey Stilt Walkers  • Caricature Artist

The Del Mar Racetrack also has a camp for kids ages 5-12 for $24 per child. Included is lunch, snacks, t-shirt and activities like mini golf, video games, inflatable jump house, air hockey and more. This is a great option especially for out of town guests who can’t find a babysitter. Camp Del Mar opens at noon and closes 30 minutes after the last race. Registration is always open and located at the Mission Tower building, no reservations required. For more information on Camp Del Mar click here.


Kids Free @ Legoland California & Water Park

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Legoland California was on our bucket list for this summer and we had a great time at the water park yesterday! This special offer is awesome! Buy one adult ticket and you will receive a child admission FREE. The tickets offered are for park hopper tickets only. Legoland park ticket and water park ticket is option one, second option is Legoland park ticket and Sea Life Aquarium.

Tickets are valid for one year date from the date of purchase. Details may be found here.

Legoland Park and the Water Park, the adult ticket is $120, child admission of $112 is free.

The other option is:

Legoland Park Hopper Ticket and Sea Life Aquarium adult ticket is $117, the child admission of $109 is free.

To receive this special FREE CHILD ADMISSION use code 17027

 

Order Information

Item Price Quantity Total
1-Day Adult WATER PARK Hopper (Wild Style) $120.00 1 $120.00
1-Day Child WATER PARK Hopper (Lego Batman) Applied a discount of $112.00 $0.00 1 $0.00
Enter your promotional code and click apply to receive special offer
Subtotal: $120.00
Whats This? Convenience Fees $1.00
Tax: $0.00
Shipping:
FREE

Total: $121.00
A total of $112.00 was applied with your discount!

 


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Bean Bag Bucketz are buckets of fun for everyone!

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SoCal Savvy Mom was on another Fox 5 TV segment today about summer FUN for kids. This summer aim to get your kids outside and off their devices with the help of Bean Bag Bucketz! Invented by a dad who was tired of the age old “Dad, we are bored” statement while at the beach (or the Jersey Shore in this case) and decided to invent something fun for the entire family.

Bean Bag Bucketz is the newest in outdoor gaming for everyone. This new game can be played anywhere by anyone. It is easy to transport to any outing from tailgating, camping, the beach, the pool or just a backyard. Learn about the game, the story, and about the company behind Bean Bag Bucketz.

To order your Bean Bag Bucketz is as easy as 1-2-3! Visit their website and have yours delivered to you by the big holiday weekend coming up! To purchase the entire set is only $59.99, for more information or to purchase yours click here.

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Behind the scenes at SeaWorld San Diego

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A few weeks ago, my son and I were lucky enough to experience a behind the scenes tour of SeaWorld San Diego. Prior to visiting, I had no idea how much SeaWorld does for its marine life. If you have grown up in San Diego you no doubt have seen members of the SeaWorld team at a beach either helping to rescue an animal or release one back into the ocean. SeaWorld has rescued over 30,000 animals and 17,000 of them have been healthy enough to be released back into the wild – and the numbers keep growing everyday!

The day we visited was a unique one even for the SeaWorld crew because they had recently rescued a pregnant sea lion from the Oceanside Harbor. She gave birth the day before we arrived and we were able to see the one day old seal lion pup up close in the animal hospital. While we were visiting the state of the art facility, we also saw a penguin being checked out, which was particularly special for my son, because penguins are his favorite animal. And what’s even cooler, all of this is done on-site at SeaWorld, and their animals really have the best of everything, including their food. For example, just the penguins themselves eat over 700 pounds of  high quality fish per day!

We were also able to venture behind the scenes of the Penguin Encounter and come face to beak with a penguin. And not only did we get to meet a penguin we found out so much about them. There are five different types of penguins at SeaWorld, and over 400 penguins total. Everyday inside the Penguin exhibit they make fresh snow, that’s over 4,000 pounds of snow a day!

Want to see more of SeaWorld? Check out this FUN video from the Murray family made by WomensForum and SeaWorld San Diego.

Spending the day with my son at SeaWorld San Diego may have been one of the best days we have ever had. For more information or to purchase tickets visit SeaWorld’s website here.

This post was created in partnership with WomensForum and SeaWorld San Diego, but all opinions are my own.

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