Korean Bell Of FriendshipCurrently Closed
- Address: 3601 S Gaffey St, San Pedro, CA 90731, United States, Los Angeles
- Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3105487705
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Monument, Family And Kids
Korean Bell Of Friendship - Review
The Korean Bell of Friendship and Bell Pavilion is listed down as the 187th most historical-cultural monument in Los Angeles. It is located in San Pedro, which is a neighborhood in Los Angeles. The Korean Bell of Friendship is actually a huge bronze bell which represents the establishment of bicentennial relationships between Korea and America. The bell is actually a gift by the Korean people to the Americans and this was initiated by a Korean American Actor - Philip Ahn. Both nations share a good relationship and this bell has been a representation of the same since the year 1976.
Korean Bell Of Friendship Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Korean Bell Of Friendship Hours
- It is open throughout the week.
How To reach Korean Bell Of Friendship by Public Transport
- Nearby bus stop: Shepard/Gaffey
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0.57% of people who visit Los Angeles include Korean Bell Of Friendship in their plan
66.67% of people start their Korean Bell Of Friendship visit around 08 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Korean Bell Of Friendship
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Korean Bell Of Friendship, Los Angeles Reviews
Wow. This place is such a well-kept secret. it's a perfect place for a picnic or day at the park or just to get away. You can see Catalina Lina Island from here enjoy peace Serenity and beauty. There's a playground for the little ones and the hostel nearby. Definitely one of my new favorite places to go when I want to get away. be sure to take a moment and read the inscription on the bell it has the beautiful message.
A cool culturally significant stop. A massive Asian bell on a granite pedestal sits where artillery guns used to be installed. Incredible views for 270 degrees, sand playground, trails, gassy lawns and a basketball court draws big crowds on weekends. Parking fills up quickly, more parking in a sand back lot and at bottom of Gaffey if you don't mind walking uphill.
It's a pretty nice place. it's my first time being there, even though I've drove through there for so many years. It's a nice landmark. It definitely has a nice view of the Pacific ocean. You can see the channel islands from there. You can take some good pictures and fly kites, play basketball at the nearby courts, or just relax with your family. I really liked it. I don't speak or write Korean, but would love to know what it said on the sign at the bell. Nice experience going there.
Came here because my friend likes the bell and wanted to show me Korean pride. Well...it is a bell. And that is it. I expected the bell to be more beautiful and larger but not really. Pictures do not come out nicely. Also, after you see the bell, there is not much to do. You could walk around. Also, I am not sure if there is much cultural content. The friendship bell is important but I believe that it could have been developed better.
Such a beautiful place. I went here a child and it's still about the same. Such a beautiful spot to take pictures and hangout with family. Be prepared though it's very windy!!! If you head a tiny bit further down though Point Ferman isn't as windy. Overall I love this place such a view and reminds me of my family.