SAN DIEGO'S GASLAMP QUARTER

San Diego's Historic Neighborhood of Fun

The  Gaslamp Quarter is the center of a massive redevelopment kicked off in  the mid-1980s with the opening of the Horton Plaza shopping complex;  now, it’s a cluster of renovated historic buildings housing some of the  city’s best restaurants and clubs.

After decades of intense  development and restoration beginning in the 1980’s, San Diego’s Gaslamp  has developed into a flashy upscale neighborhood with exciting sights  and sounds that last into the night. San Diego’s city center is now a  popular destination for travelers, meeting attendees and locals alike.  The restaurant, boutique, shopping, condo, and entertainment hub of the  city, includes Horton Plaza, the Gaslamp Quarter, the Embarcadero,  the Convention Center, and historic Little Italy. Southeast of the  Gaslamp Quarter is PETCO Park, home of the San Diego Padres. There is  also a renaissance going on in Little Italy, a charming and historic  neighborhood down India Street between Cedar and Hawthorn at the  northwestern edge of downtown. It’s a great place to find a variety of  restaurants, boutiques and art galleries.

Sites. Flavors. Entertainment Galor.

As the West Coast’s premier entertainment district, guests can immerse themselves in our rich Victorian architecture and history, dine with world-renowned chefs, and dance the night away at nationally-recognized nightlife venues. Tucked  tightly into 16 ½ blocks, the Gaslamp Quarter is a walkable urban  playground located in Downtown San Diego adjacent to the Convention  Center, Petco Park, and Horton Plaza. And getting here is as easy as a  Southern California breeze. The Gaslamp area is accessible via the  freeway and several trolley and bus lines. We invite you to explore the  district for yourself and find out what makes it unforgettable!

San Diego's Famous Gaslamp Quarter

4th and Market Street, San Diego, CA