Thursday, November 1, 2018

Free San Diego Kids Fair Sunday Fall Back Festival in Gaslamp Quarter

Family Fun




Fun to Help Kids Deal With the Time Change


We absolutely love sharing free events like the Fall Back Festival that are family-friendly. Here's a Sunday FUN-Day for everyone with kids who's lucky to be in San Diego the morning after we go off Daylight Savings and fall behind. The educational and entertaining family event will take attendees of all ages back to what daily life was like in the 1880s.




This Sunday, November 4 from 11 am - 4 pm


The 18th Annual Fall Back Children's Cultural and Historic Street Faire takes place in San Diego's charming and historic Gaslamp Quarter this Sunday, November 4 from 11 am to 4 pm. Admission is free for everyone so you can bring friends and family along for an enjoyable wholesome day together outdoors.

Activities Include
  • Old Time Games
  • Historical Demos (Blacksmith, Gold Panning with Prospectors + more)
  • Pie, Ice Cream and Spaghetti Eating Contests
  • Kids Arts and Crafts
  • Historical Booths from local organizations + museums
  • Dance Performances
  • Pony Rides
  • Western Music Bands
  • Free Snacks for the Kids
  • More Fun


Directions to the Event

The festivities occur in the Gaslamp Quarter in front of the William Heath Davis House, spanning from 4th Avenue between Market Street and J Street and Island Avenue between 4th and 5th Avenues. 



More About Fall Back Festival
This annual living history event is produced by the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation which aims to preserve the history and culture of San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter for future generations. 

Check out this video from last year's event to get an idea of all the fun happenings this Sunday. For more information visit GaslampFoundation.org

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