Venice Canals WalkwayCurrently Open
- Address: Venice, CA 90292, United States, Los Angeles
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Venice Canals Walkway - Review
Venice Canals Walkway is exactly the kind of walkway you painted in your imagination if you were not skilled enough to make it a part of your real painting of a landscape. Known as one of the most picturesque walkways of the city, Venice Canals should definitely be visited by somebody who wants to absorb in the beauty of Los Angeles in all its grace. Located over a serene water body, the half spherical platform is all you need to make your kids squeal with delight and to have a walk with nature almost singing for you in the background. Surrounded by greens and amazing landscape, it offers to be the perfect place for a quiet stroll amidst all the beauty surrounding it.
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Venice Canals Walkway Information
- Dogs on leash are allowed.
- Bikes, boards or blades are not allowed on canal walkway.
Venice Canals Walkway Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Venice Canals Walkway Hours
- The canal is open for 24 hours. However, day hours are recommended.
How To reach Venice Canals Walkway by Public Transport
- Nearby Bus station: Washington Boulevard/ Dell Avenue
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Things to Know Before Visiting Venice Canals Walkway
5.28% of people who visit Los Angeles include Venice Canals Walkway in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
33.33% of people start their Venice Canals Walkway visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Venice Canals Walkway
62.16% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Venice Canals Walkway
Venice Canals Walkway Trips
Venice Canals Walkway, Los Angeles Reviews
This place was really neat. I thought you could ride in a little gondola or boat around the canals, but that's for the homeowners. There is no place to ride any around. All the houses have little docks and boats to ride around the canals. If you walk the canal route correct, you can walk the entire thing in one loop without back tracking. The houses on the canals are amazing! The backyards are unique also. We really enjoyed looking at the yards and houses as well as the gorgeous canals. It's a little over 2 miles to walk the entire route without back tracking. It's a nice and quiet walk. You can take your dogs, just make sure to clean up after them. The residents have signs asking to clean up after pets. No bike riding is allowed on the walkway.
One if the best ever beautiful connection of luxury style houses and the concept of original Venice. For creative persons visiting this place would become an amazing experience with the deep inspirational footprint. And yes, prepare your cameras and eyes to catch all the tiny details which compose the picture of this place. Living museum. Don't all fast there. Let your eyes to get pleasure from viewing all the beauty and fantasy realized in the design of houses and gardens. Bring your children there, it will definitely enrich their life and teach feeling beauty.
I'm a native Venetian, although I moved away about 15 years ago. I recently went to visit old friends and took a walk by the "new" Canals. Actually it didn't even look like the same neighborhood. I was quite impressed how nicely the Canals were restored. Nice ambiance. New and renovated homes and the landscaping gives it lots of appeal. Only one thing I noticed typical of Venice was the mucky algae water in certain places. But, hey, that's Venice. It fits. Never thought I'd ever be saying anything good about Venice...but yes, here it is... the Canals are probably the nicest part of Venice! But don't even think of living there unless you have megabucks!
Personally, I loved it there. Its design is similar to Venice in Italy, where there are canals for people to travel through. Interestingly, this is actually a neighborhood, where most homes have their own mini dock and a kayak or boat. All the houses are colorful and unique. I was there on a Wednesday morning, around 10 a.m., and it was very peaceful. It's not "fun" or "interesting", but for people who wants a slower pace amidst their packed schedule, I absolutely recommend taking a walk there!
i hadn't come here in over 10 years and it was a great visit when i did come back. the parking is a bit difficult to find but if you stay diligent you will. i suggest parking down the street or even a couple blocks away as driving through the canals kills the experience in my opinion. I would like to come back another day maybe at sundown, it's probably very nice to see the scenery here