5865 Naples Plaza
Long Beach, CA 90803
Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm
562 343 2814
- Parking lot with free parking available
Things to do in Long Beach
Aquarium of the Pacific
100 Aquarium Way | Long Beach, California 90802
The Aquarium of the Pacific is a world-class aquarium, exploring the waters of Southern California and Baja, the Northern Pacific, and the Tropical Pacific. In addition to the three main galleries highlighting the major regions of the Pacific, the Aquarium features exhibits outdoors, including Shark Lagoon, the Lorikeet Forest aviary, and Our Watersheds: Pathway to the Pacific.
Long Beach Airport
4100 E Donald Douglas Dr | Long Beach, CA 90808
Established in 1923, Long Beach Airport (LGB) is the location of aviation history. The main terminal is a designated landmark built in Art Deco style. This building features ticket counters, restaurants, a gift shop, an observation deck, and displays exhibits about California’s first municipal airport. The world’s first flight school was established at LGB and was the site of Amelia Earhart’s first flight as a passenger. Three million travelers are served by the airport annually.
Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden
California State University Long Beach | Long Beach, CA 90840
Situated on the campus of CSU Long Beach, our 1.3 acre Hill and Pond Japanese-style garden was built through a generous donation from Mrs. Loraine Miller Collins in honor of her late husband Earl Burns Miller. Following three years of planning, and in collaboration with the University, Mrs. Miller Collins selected University master plan landscape architect and longtime friend Edward R. Lovell, ASLA to create its design. Construction began in the summer of 1980 and it was dedicated in the spring of 1981. The garden is a hybrid art form that combines typical elements of Japanese garden design within the context of its Southern California location, and the vision of its founder.
Long Beach Museum of Art
2300 E Ocean Blvd | Long Beach, CA 90803
The Long Beach Museum of Art is a community-based organization that collects and cares for a permanent art collection, presents changing exhibitions in a variety of media, and provides engaging educational programming for youth and adults. The Long Beach Museum of Art is located on a magnificent bluff-top site overlooking Long Beach Harbor and the Pacific Ocean.
1126 Queens Highway | Long Beach, CA 90802
The Queen Mary’s creation and launch was nothing if not extraordinary and her story is rich with history, elegance and grandeur. From the time her construction began in 1930 in Clydebank, Scotland, the Queen Mary was destined to stand in a class all her own. On May 27, 1936, the Queen Mary departed from Southampton, England embarking on her maiden voyage. She boasted five dining areas and lounges, two cocktail bars and swimming pools, a grand ballroom, a squash court and even a small hospital. The Queen Mary had set a new benchmark in transatlantic travel, which the rich and famous considered as the only civilized way to travel. The increasing popularity of air travel helped signal the end of an era for the Queen Mary. By 1965 the entire Cunard fleet was operating at a loss and they decided to retire and sell the legendary Queen Mary. On October 31, 1967, the Queen Mary departed on her final cruise, arriving in Long Beach, California, on December 9, 1967. She has called Southern California her home ever since. The Queen Mary is now a floating Hotel, Attraction and Event & Wedding Venue, home to three world-class restaurants and an icon in Southern California.
The Pike at Long Beach – Entertainment Complex
95 S Pine Ave | Long Beach, CA 90802
The Pike at Rainbow Harbor is a 369,000 square foot waterfront entertainment district located in downtown Long Beach, California, between Long Beach Entertainment and Convention Center and the world-class Aquarium of the Pacific, about a mile from the Queen Mary. With a variety of restaurants, the legendary Laugh Factory Comedy Club, ferris wheel and open-air marketplace, the Pike is one of the most unique waterfront locations on the West Coast. With breathtaking harbor views and a diverse array of restaurants and more, the Pike is your place to play!