Local Interest links:
Belmont Shore Business Association
Business owners' association in the Shore. Text BELMONTSHORE to 22828 for updates on Belmont Shore Events and Businesses.
Authentic gondola rides through the enchanting canals of Naples Island.
AquaLink and AquaBus Water Taxis
Take a water taxi within the waterways of Long Beach.
Long Beach Bike Share
400 bikes, 60 stations, and 156 miles of bikeways, including our wonderful beach bike path.
There are several Kiteboarding vendors to enjoy Belmont Shore's unique and near perfect kiteboarding location.
Stand Up and Paddle (SUP) lessons
Stand Up Paddleboarding through Alamitos Bay and Naples' Canals.
Rent kayaks and explore the Naples Canals.
Long Beach Water Bikes
Water (hydro) Bike through Los Alamitos Bay & Naples Canals. Glow rides available at night.
Surrey and Tandem Rentals
In Shoreline Village, rent a surrey, a modern day carriage, for your family or for some one-on-one time with your significant other.
Los Cerritos Wetlands Land Trust
Dedicated to protecting and preserving the
Los Cerritos wetlands. Hosts walking tours
El Dorado Nature Society
A 105 acre oasis of natural habitat, providing sanctuary for animals and plant life and an escape for us. Two miles of dirt trails and a ¼ mile paved trail wind around two lakes, a stream and forested areas.
Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden
A beautiful. It is located on the campus of Cal State Long Beach and you can walk through the 1.3 acre garden, view lovely sculptures, and observe Koi fish.
Daytrip to Catalina
In just an hour, take Catalina Express's year-around service 22 miles away to Catalina.
Historical Society of Long Beach
Dedicated to the city's heritage and its
Long Beach Heritage
Dedicated to protecting and preserving the
architectural and cultural heritage of the
City of Long Beach. Hosts walking tours of
The History of the Pike
Excellent website by Paul Prosise detailing the history of the Long Beach Pike from 1902 to 1979 in story and photos.
Musical Theatre West
Southern California's Premier Musical Theater Company in residence at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center and the Beverly O'Neill Theater.
Long Beach Terrace Theater
3000 seat theatre featuring the Long Beach Symphony, musicians, musicals, and more.
Long Beach Playhouse
Established in 1928, the Playhouse has 2 great theatres to choose from: Mainstage and Studio.
Aquarium of the Pacific
Southern California's largest aquarium has a mission to instill a sense of wonder, respect, and stewardship for the Pacific Ocean, its inhabitants, and ecosystems. Visit the penguins, pet sharks & stingrays, delight in the "jellies".
A unique and authentic guest experience, offering ship historians, several tour packages, dining options, and special events.
Fun dining and specialty shopping in a lovely harbor setting.
Harbor, Dolphin, and Whale Watching Cruises
Daily charters and cruises of Long Beach Harbor and Dolphin & Whale Watching
Long Beach Museum of Art
Exciting collections housed in the historic 1911 Elizabeth Milbank Anderson House.
Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum
Located in downtown Long Beach. It is a small museum displaying art, textiles & artifacts, incorporating the diverse cultures of the Pacific Islands, with a focus on Micronesia.
Museum of Latin American Art
Expanding knowledge and appreciation of modern and contemporary Latin American art through its Collection, ground-breaking Exhibitions, and engaging Cultural Events.
Rancho Los Alamitos
You can walk through the extensive and stunning gardens and Rancho from the early 1800’s. “This exceptional site reveals the early Tongva presence, the Spanish and Mexican periods, the ranching and farming era, and the imprint of 20th century development. A quintessential place for people to experience the living story of southern California, Rancho Los Alamitos is a microcosm of the region, past to present.”
Located at 6400 E Bixby Hill Rd.
Rancho Los Cerritos
You’ll find Adobe buildings and trees from the early 1800’s. It was the largest and most impressive adobe residence erected in Southern California during its time. Take a free tour of the 1844 Adobe visiting work areas like the Mayordomo's room and Blacksmith shop and living spaces like the parlor and master bedroom and walk through the vibrant gardens with trees dating back to the mid 1800's.
Located at 4600 Virginia Rd.