The La Jolla during World War II display at the La Jolla Historical Society is fascinating and it’s located right in the Village in La Jolla. After the tour enjoy the world famous la jolla cove in the Village in La Jolla, kayaking in la jolla scuba diving in la jolla swimming in la jolla cove cavern at la jolla cove. These are just a few of the many attractions at world famous La Jolla Cove. There’s the annual rough water swim competition at La Jolla Cove. There’s the annual Concours D’Elegance antique car show. There’s the free summer concerts and the La Jolla fireworks, and you can walk to all the wonderful Village restaurants like George’s at the Cove, Eddie V’s, Bubba’s BBQ, Colby’s, the Spot, Carl Strauss beer and food, Herringbones, Donovans Steak, Brick and Bell, Gourmet on Girard, Alfonso’s Mexican restaurant, Richard Walker pancake house, and so many more. There’s the annual Christmas parade complete with bands and animals, and Warwick gifts and cards, and so many fashion famous shops and art galleries. La Valencia pet friendly hotel and the Grande Colonial, places well known to world travelers. And, of course, it’s home to REBA, the La Jolla Realtors Association. Historical buildings galore which you can really appreciate on a tour by the La Jolla Historical Society and one of their Docents. Glorious old churches and many private schools like Bishops and Mary’s by the Sea along with top notch public schools like La Jolla elementary and La Jolla High School. It’s hard to believe so much has happened in La Jolla since La Jolla during World War II.