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The largest urban cultural park in the nation began as “City Park,” a parcel of 1400 acres of land set aside by civic leaders in 1868. It now houses 15 museums, performing arts venues, incredible gardens, and the world-famous San Diego Zoo. You can spend days visiting its attractions, such as its United Nations Building, Spanish Village Art Center, Alcazar Garden, and many more.