Long Beach Waterfront66 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Long Beach, CA, USA, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Waterfront, View Point, Family And Kids
Long Beach’s waterfront is situated at the point where the Los Angeles River meets the Pacific Ocean. Visitors can get spectacular views of the Queensway bay from anywhere in the waterfront. It stretches from the Shoreline Village to the Goldenshore Resort, across the Ocean Boulevard. You can relax at the Shoreline Aquatic park or shop at the Pike Outlets. Catch a ferry to Catalina Islands from the Catalina Landing Port. The Shoreline Drive cuts through Rainbow Lagoon park and Marina Green Park. Some of the best restaurants in Long Beach are located along the waterfront. This is a great place to watch the sunset when in this city. If visiting with your children, take them to the Aquarium here. You can also catch a theatrical performance at the Performing Arts Center and Terrace Theatre.
How to Reach Long Beach Waterfront
- Light Rail Station – Downtown Long Beach.
- Bus stop – Shoreline & Village W, Aquarium of the Pacific NE, Shoreline and Queensway SE, Pine & Convention Ctr SE.
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Long Beach Waterfront Reviews & Ratings
Other favorite walk. Go to the fountain walk out to Catalina terminal. See what's left of Ports of Call. This is a Sunset by the Catalina Terminal.
Very nice experience at the 94th Birthday of Fire boat #2 in San Pedro, thank you Gordy and Tom for a great Time.
Beautiful area and lots to do. Museum was closed when I went, but I'll definitely visit when I go back. So scenic and lovely.
Very beautiful to look out into the water nice place
Informative cruise of Long Beach waterfront. During the 1 hour cruise I learned about Coast guard boats, sea lions. movies made here (i.e. A few good men) a boat that was once a hotel with elevator for former presidents. Also fisheries and processing of seafood.