Gay Pride

Gay Pride

First held in 1984, the Long Beach Gay Pride is one of the largest in the nation with an attendance of more than 80,000 people. The event is held over two days and the parade hosts more than 200 marching groups, floats and government officials. Held annually in May,...
The Queen Mary

The Queen Mary

Perhaps the biggest tourist attraction in Long Beach, this famed ship’s final cruise ended by docking permanently in Southern California on December 9, 1967.  Today, this historical landmark also houses a full-service hotel, award-winning restaurants, and numerous...
Aquarium of the Pacific

Aquarium of the Pacific

This is SoCal’s largest aquarium, featuring the diversity of the Pacific Ocean with more than 11,000 animals in more than 50 exhibits. Great for families, it’s not just a place for kids. Tours, conservation programs, special events and interactive experiences offer...
Shoreline Village

Shoreline Village

In Rainbow Harbor, located walking distance from the Aquarium of the Pacific and the Convention Center, sits a charming waterfront center with shopping, dining and entertainment. Once home to “The Pike” amusement park founded in 1902, this space formerly featured a...
The Rainbow Bridge

The Rainbow Bridge

Convention Center Walkway Opened in 2017, this is an immersive, state-of-the-art pedestrian bridge with a design that mimics a breaking wave. The 605-foot elevated walkway is illuminated by 3,500 customizable LED lights, 100 downlights and 70 floodlights. A great...
Shoreline Pedestrian Bikepath

Shoreline Pedestrian Bikepath

Wide lanes keep walkers separate from roller skaters and cyclists along this scenic 3.1-mile concrete trail along the sand on Oceanfront from Alamitos Avenue to 54th Place. Bring your own or rent a Segway, bicycle or pedal surrey near Shoreline Village. For more...
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