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Long Beach Attractions

There's something charming about smaller cities. Whether you're heading to Long Beach for a weekend away or you're planning on staying a little longer, you'll quickly fall in love with this place. In fact, with so many wonderful things to do and fascinating attractions to see, you probably won't want to leave!

If you're ready to hit the streets of Long Beach, join a few of the top tours & day trips on offer, and have an expert show you some of the most popular landmarks. Offering free cancellations and no added fees, our top 588 fun activities in Long Beach are also worth looking into.

Things to Do in Long Beach with Kids

There are loads of outstanding experiences in Long Beach that the whole gang will get a buzz out of. These are some of the best family friendly experiences around.

Free Things to Do in Long Beach

Some say the best things in life are free. Be sure to visit the following around Long Beach:

Rancho Los Alamitos Historic Ranch and Gardens - Find out if there are any major exhibits, displays or guided tours on at this popular museum.

Long Beach Waterfront - This bustling area is a popular hangout for visitors and locals alike.

One World Trade Center - If you'd love to see a few of the more important or interesting places in the community, this place is worth visiting.

Rosie's Dog Beach - Read a good book or listen to some music while you're soaking up the sun.

Bixby Park - Organize a picnic date and enjoy a relaxing stroll around the gorgeous plant life.

Explore The Neighborhoods of Long Beach

Harbor

If you're spending time in Harbor, check out sights like Aquarium of the Pacific or RMS Queen Mary and hop on the metro to see more the city at Willow Street Station or Pacific Coast Highway Station.

Downtown Long Beach

Theaters, shopping malls and great restaurants overlook the shimmering ocean in this picturesque hub of culture and the arts.

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Belmont Shore

You'll enjoy the beaches and restaurants in Belmont Shore. You might want to make time for a stop at City Beach or Rosie's Dog Beach.

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Waterfront

While visiting Waterfront, you might make a stop by sights like Aquarium of the Pacific and Shoreline Village.

Alamitos Beach

While visiting Alamitos Beach, you might make a stop by sights like 4th Street Retro Row and City Beach.

Naples

While there might not be top attractions in Naples, you can explore the larger area and discover places like Seal Beach Pier and Mother's Beach.


Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in Long Beach on a sunny day?

When the weather forecast is fine, these experiences are hard to resist:

What to do in Long Beach on a rainy day?

Try a couple of these appealing indoor activities and turn a dark, rainy day into something fun:

What is Long Beach famous for?

Head straight toward California State University Long Beach and RMS Queen Mary if you're into renowned attractions.

What should I not miss in Long Beach?

Wonderful sights are easy to come by here, but Aquarium of the Pacific and Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center are a couple you simply have to see.

Are there cheap things to do in Long Beach?

Keep more of your hard-earned dollars in your pocket with these thrifty and fun activities:

What can you do in Long Beach for free?

You'll barely have time to dig your wallet out of your bag with so many great free attractions:

  • Long Beach Cruise Terminal
  • Port of Long Beach
  • Long Beach Waterfront
  • Shoreline Village