San Pedro Things to Do

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  • 2. Trees of San Pedro

    San Pedro has so many beautiful variety of trees and the Moreton Bay are ancient especially in Point Fermin Park.Dragon Tree~Dracaena cinnabari: Commonly grows...

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  • 3. Korean Friendship Bell

    Located in Angels Gate Park is the Korean Friendship Bell. It sits in a park like setting overlooking a fantastic view of the ocean. A fitting place for it.The...

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  • 4. Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo Statue

    This is a neat statue. Something about the 1930's Art Deco period, it just one of my favorite styles.The plaque reads: Erected by the Federal ARt Project...

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  • 5. Cabrillo Pier

    Cabrillo Pier was built in 1969 and renovated in 1988. This San Pedro pier extends out 1,200 feet into San Pedro Harbor. It is just inside the north end of the...

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  • 6. Whalers Walk

    Called Whalers Walk because of the fantastic views it has of the ocean, marina, and beach. Lots of wonderful benches to sit on to enjoy the outdoors. Lots of...

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  • 7. Cabrillo Marina~

    When we arrived and checked into our room, we immediately for a walk along the marina. What a excellent place to take a walk, ride a bike or roller blade along...

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  • 8. Cabrillo Plaza

    Cabrillo Plaza is a facility and area where weddings and local outdoor activities happen. They have a huge lawn and areas to sit where you can enjoy the...

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  • 9. Los Angeles Maritime Museum

    Built in 1941, this Public Works Administration (WPA) "Streamlined Moderne" building was the base for an auto ferry which crossed the channel at regular...

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  • 10. Battleship USS Iowa~

    June 27, 1940 the keel was laid at New York Naval Shipyard, in Brookl New York. It was launched on August 27 1942 by Sponsor Mrs. Mary A. Wallace, wife of the...

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  • 11. Fishing at the Pier~

    This San Pedro pier extends out 1,200 feet into San Pedro Harbor. It is just inside the north end of the Los Angeles Harbor breakwater. The pier was built in...

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  • 12. Unconditional Surrender

    This 6 foot statue is a smaller version of the original 25 foot statue in San Diego sculpted by J. Seward Johnson. This was sculpted after the famous Times...

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  • 13. Harry Bridges Memorial ILWU

    Panel 1:Harry Bridges1901 – 1990Founder of the ILWUPanel 2: Harry Bridges was an Australian seaman who came ashore and started longshoring in San Francisco in...

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  • 14. American Merchant Marine Veterans Memorial

    American Merchant Marine Veterans Veterans MemorialWall of HonorNational Maritime Day, May 22, 2003List of state and local government officialsGene Frank...

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  • 15. USS Los Angeles Naval Memorial

    The plaque reads: Seal of the U.S.S. Los Angeles: 1945 - 1977U.S.S. Los AngelesNaval MonumentHeavy Cruiser CA-135To the personnel and ships of the United States...

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  • 16. Fishing Industry Memorial

    In 1892 Southern California Fish Corp. was the first cannery in Los Angeles Harbor. In 1903 a technique of preparing and canning was developed to can sardines,...

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  • 17. Point Fermin Park

    Point Fermin Park consists of 37 landscaped acres of tree-shaded lawns, sheltered pergolas, colorful gardens and a promenade along the edge of the palisade. The...

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  • 18. Point Fermin Lighthouse Historic Site and Museum

    Built in 1874 with lumber from California redwoods and a Fresnel Lens brought around Cape Horn by sailing ships. For its time, this Victorian lighthouse was a...

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  • 19. Panama Mount

    Located near the Korean Friendship Bell is a panama mount in Angel Gate Park which was part of Fort MacArthur (Upper Reservation). What is a panama mount?...

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  • 20. Cabrillo Beach Bathhouse 1932

    This 1932 Mediterranean-style structure was the last of the bathhouses built in Southern California, and was at the end of the "Red Car" (streetcar) line...

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  • 21. Angels Gate~Los Angeles Harbor Light 1913

    This historic lighthouse has marked the entrance to the port since 1913. The breakwater is 9,250 feet long and contains nearly three million tons of rock,...

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  • 22. Cabrillo Marine Museum - FREE Fun for kids!

    If you're thinking of something nice to do with kids from 4 to 9 years old, this may be a nice aquarium to visit, beside a beach where you can walk around...

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  • 23. Have an Eccletic Time at Beacon St Festival

    Beacon Street Festival is a summer block party thrown in front of the Beacon House recovery house for men who have become addict to alcohol and/or other drugs....

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  • 24. See Tall Ships! (Mid Summer Festival)

    For the nautical fan or even the casual tourist, the Tall Ships festival is a wonderful, historical experience. On a grand scale, tall wooden ships enter Los...

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  • 25. Come to Ports O Call-they're callin' 4 u!

    Ports O Call is the Fisherman's Wharf of Los Angeles. This is a major tourist draw, yet, still manages to not lose its charm. Go for a boat ride, eat seafood...

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