Centennial Park is located at the foot of Orange Avenue, where the main drag meets First Street. It is the site of the original ferry landing, which served as the gateway to the city before the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge was built in 1969. Today, the original ferry ticket booth still stands, reminding visitors of the park's rich history. The park has idyllic rolling hills with various seating areas, and it offers some of the best views in the city. Be sure to walk to the water's edge and look west for a peek at the Navy's massive air carriers, which are docked on North Island. Also be sure to visit the Ferry Landing shops and restaurants located nearby.