Long Beach Things to Do

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  • 1. Queen Mary

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    I am sure eveyone has heard the Queen Mary is one of the most haunted places in the U.S. Whether you believe in this sort of events or not, it is still fun to explore the ship especially down in the...

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  • 2. Shoreline Village

    4 out of 5 stars

    This photo of me and Jenn was sent from Nancy, "Goner" (The Flash on my camera is broken so I don't have my own photos) and this one symbolically represents my old memories of Long Beach and the new,...

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  • 3. Aquarium of the Pacific

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Located just within the Shoreline Village, Pine Ave Pier is the Aqarium of the Pacific. It is the world's largest ocean at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach. You can meet 11,000 animals as you...

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  • 4. Spruce Goose

    The Scorpion is a Soviet-built Foxtrot-class submarine from the Cold War period. She was powered by diesel engines. Operating on battery power, she could remain submerged for several days at a time....

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  • 5. Shoreline Park

    Located on Shoreline Park, although this is a lovely lighthouse, I think it is just a replica built for the tourist. Still, I had to walk up to it, but couldn't because someone was getting married. It...

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  • 6. Hilltop Park

    Signal Hill is a town within the city of Long Beach, that is, it is completely surrounded by Long Beach. There is a park called Hilltop Park in Signal Hill which is a perfect place to take photos of...

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  • 7. Farmers Market

    Mix in with the locals here. Every Friday, there is a certified Farmer's Market and shopping market downtown, now at 4th and North Waite Court/Promenade (was previously by 1st St and Pine Ave)....

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  • 8. Long Beach Harbor

    Take a cruise of Long Beach harbor, and you'll learn all about this busy port. Harbor Breeze offers a good cruise of the harbor. You'll see some great views of the city and its harbor, as well as a...

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  • 9. Museum of Latin American Art

    4 out of 5 stars

    MOLAA is the Museum of Latin American Art (1996) and it is a unique experience in Long Beach and in the entire southern California area. Various expressions on canvas and otherwise are on showcase,...

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  • 10. El Dorado Nature Center

    Check out the Long Beach El Dorado Nature Center. Home to fox and weasel, turtle and hawk... the Center allows people to forget they’re in the city. Oh man, when you have a highly-stressful job,...

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  • 11. Convention Center

    Located in the heart of Waterfront, Shoreline Village, Shoreline Park, The Pike, Aquarium of the Pacific and many other downtown activity is the Long Beach Convention Center. It is here where lots of...

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  • 12. Grand Prix

    The annual Grand Prix comes to Long Beach in early spring. This event is always a major one, the biggest draw of visitors to the city during the year. Real race fans gladly spend about $100 for...

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  • 13. Naples

    Naples is one of two towns in Southern California with canals, the other is Venice, and is just a short distance from Long Beach so if you have a little extra time stop by and take a stroll down the...

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  • 14. Signal Hill

    When in Long beach you have to check out Signal Hill. It is in the heart of the LB. Its not the biggest hill, but its probably the highest point in Long Beach. It has a great view of Downtown, and the...

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  • 15. Huntington Beach

    Eight miles of beach with cycling path make this an ideal place for the energetic. Also popular with the surfers (Huntington Beach is known as 'Surf City'). Like Seal Beach it has a pier - at the town...

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  • 18. Rancho Los Cerritos

    This ranch was also part of a land grant to Manuel Nieto in 1790. In 1834, the original Los Alamitos was subdivided creating Rancho Los Cerritos which was given...

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  • 19. Rancho Los Alamitos

    Begun as a Spanish land grant to Manuel Nieto in 1790, the current ranch house was built by the Bixby family who donated it to the city of Long Beach. The sight...

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  • 20. Be Like a Local in Belmont Shore- Dine & Shop Well

    Belmont is like the little L.B. breakaway daughter who wants to shown in a light of her own. She is a fab, cool local treasure of Long Beach that, with its biz...

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  • 21. Do the beach, then the Pike!

    The Pike at Rainbow Harbor is a very fun hang out area, close to Shoreline Village with about everything to enjoy a day or evening out: movies, an arcade,...

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  • 22. Motorsports Walk of Fame

    The Long Beach Motorsports Walk of Fame is located on a palm-lined public sidewalk on South Pine Avenue in Long Beach’s downtown waterfront next to the Long...

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  • 23. Villa Riviera 1929

    Built at a cost of $2.75 million in from 1927. It is a 16-story French Gothic Building topped with a copper roof that is green patina. Designed by Richard King...

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  • 24. The Breakers 1926

    Built by ong Beach banker Fred B. Dunn in 1925 at the cost of $2,250,000. It operated originally as a hotel that had 330 guest rooms and 232 feet of prime ocean...

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  • 25. Dr. Rowan Building 1930

    This lovely building is of Art Deco design built in 1930 with this beautiful terra cotta ornamentation.Long Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau301 E. Ocean...

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