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The Queen Mary has much more than a rich with history. She’s elegant, full of fun entertainment, and excellent dining. Visit the Queen Mary for a haunted encounter, learn of her historical glory days, and see what attractions are offered at night!
The Aquarium of the Pacific is the fourth most-attended aquarium in the nation! It displays over 11,000 animals in more than 50 exhibits that represent the diversity of the Pacific Ocean. This is a perfect day trip for the whole family.
The San Pedro Fish Market began as a small corner store has quickly become a 4 time Guinness World Record winning enterprise consisting of a 3000 seat, 50,000 square foot waterfront location. San Pedro Fish Market has been named 5th Most Instagrammed restaurant in the US. Don’t just take social media or the world record’s word for it, head over for their incredible dines and drinks today!
Battleship IOWA is an award-winning Los Angeles Museum exhibit and tour. The museum is perfect for kids and adults of all ages! Experience its rich history first-hand by either taking a self-guided or guided tour.
Built in 1945, the S.S. Lane Victory served with distinction during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War as well as in times of peace as part of the merchant fleet. Now a nationally recognized historic landmark, the S.S. Lane Victory serves as a living museum and memorial to the service and sacrifices of all Merchant Marine sailors and Navy Armed Guardsmen.
If you’re in town and love the arts, be sure to visit the Grand Annex and Warner Grand Theater for their live concerts, film screenings, performances and educational events. The historic Warner Grand Theatre is a 1,500 seat art deco movie palace and the Grand Annex is a 150-seat music listening room.
22nd Street Park is an 18-acre park on the site of a former tank farm in San Pedro across from 22nd Street Landing at the Port of Los Angeles. The park offers walking and biking trails, shade trees, a bocce ball court, restrooms, ample parking and more than four-acres of flat grassy area for recreation — all with a water view.
Visit this nearby treasure that provides many and varied exhibits about the history and operation of the LA Harbor and much more.
South Coast Botanic Garden is one of the world’s first botanical gardens to be developed over a sanitary landfill. The Garden is a masterpiece of creative land reclamation and environment improvement for all to share.