Sightseeing in San Pedro


Whale-Watching Cruise Admission for Kid or Adult from First String Sportfishing (Up to 52% Off). Four Options.

First String Sportfishing

Central San Pedro

Whale-watching cruises follow the migration route of the Gray Whale for two hours; you might also see dolphins and sea lions

$15 $8

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"Diana: Legacy of a Princess" Exhibit for One or Two (Up to 50% Off)

Queen Mary

Long Beach

Explore a collection of Princess Diana’s gowns, letters, and other artifacts along with royal-family history aboard The Queen Mary

$27.95 $14

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Helicopter Tour for Two or Three from Anthelion Helicopters (Up to 44% Off)

Anthelion Helicopters

Long Beach Municipal Airport

Helicopter tours offer breathtaking views for groups of two or three, led by an experienced pilot

$650 $369

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2.5-Hour Whale-Watching Cruise for One, Two, or Four from L.A. Harbor Sportfishing (Up to 61% Off)

L.A. Harbor Sportfishing

Long Beach

Whatever the time of year, captains know the best spots to spot these majestic mammals on curated whale-watching expeditions

$35 $15

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Harbor Tour for Two or Four Adults, or Two Adults and Two Kids from Harbor Breeze Cruises (Up to 50% Off)

Harbor Breeze Corp

Terminal Island

Views of sea lions, the Queen Mary, and Long Beach's coast and skyline

$24 $15

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Downtown or Extended Long Beach Segway Tour (Up to 51%Off)

Long Beach Segway Tours by Wheel Fun Rentals

Downtown Long Beach

Knowledgable guides lead tours that cover Long Beach’s waterfront, scenic downtown area, and beyond

$85 $42

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Basic, Family, or Friends Membership to the Museum of Latin American Art (Up to 53% Off)

Museum of Latin American Art

Downtown Long Beach

The only art museum and cultural center in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American art

$60 $29

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Whale-Watching Tour with BBQ Lunch from Children's Maritime Foundation (Up to 38% Off). Three Options Available.

Children's Maritime Foundation

Rainbow Harbor, Dock #3

The three-hour tour cruises alongside migrating gray whales, and includes a barbecue or vegetarian lunch

$40 $25

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Two-Hour Walking Tour of Naples for One or Two at Naples Walking Tours (Up to 42% Off)

Naples Walking Tours

Naples

Long Beach native talks history and tells stories as tour-goers take in the beautiful scenery on a morning, afternoon, or sunset tour

$25 $15

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Catalina Adventure Tours’ aquatic guides unlock the secrets of island living during submarine and glass-bottom-boat tours or interior land excursions. Safely submersed below sea level aboard the military replica SS Nautilus, groups of up to 45 search the waters for rapidly growing ladder kelp, boisterous fish, and reflections they think are sea spirits, and those riding in glass-bottom boats start feeding frenzies among hungry schools gliding below. Alternatively, guests can spy bald eagles and buffalo during an Inside Adventure tour or gaze over cacti speckling the foreground of sweeping ocean views from the Wrigley Memorial & Botanical Gardens on the City Botanical Garden tour. Catalina Adventure Tours also runs evening missions with guides serving as curators of ocean nightlife and designated drivers for seahorse discotheques.

1 Cabrillo Mole
Avalon,
California
US

Is it a trendy art gallery or a coffee shop? Your eyes might be bewildered, but your taste buds won’t be. Viento y Agua is a home for artists where they can pick up a fresh cup of joe. Viento y Agua decorates its walls with work from local artists that customers can purchase--you could spend hours gazing at the colorful array of artwork. When your eyes are tired, you can shut them and listen to the local bands playing great music on open mic night. You experience all this as you sip Viento y Agua’s delicious coffee and eat their tasty food. At Viento y Agua, you can take home the art you bought along with a cup of coffee.

4007 E 4th St
Long Beach,
CA
US

Rubber Duck Tours traverses both the blue and green portions of the globe to offer guests an amphibious exploration of Long Beach. With this tour, passengers will climb inside The Duck, a hydra-terra vehicle approved by the U.S. Coast Guard for dual-purpose travel. The tour route begins with an exploration of downtown Long Beach, as the tour guide shares the story of Long Beach's rags-to-boats transformation from farming community to port city. From there, The Duck hits the water to glide along the glassy surface of the harbor, with the elevated design of the boat keeping passengers dry, much to the delight of wicked witches and sightseeing housecats. The aqua-portion of the tour includes buoy's-eye views of the Queen Mary and other ships populating the harbor. The tour lasts 1.25 hours, with one-third of the tour spent on the water and two-thirds of the tour spent on land.

Shoreline Dr. and Pine Ave.
Long Beach,
CA
US

PIEAM houses a huge assortment of ethnic art from all over Melanesia, Polynesia, Micronesia, and Hypernesia. The museum was founded by the late medical doctor and Oceania enthusiast Robert Gumbiner, who wanted to preserve the various sculptures, paintings, jewelry, carvings, and tools forged by Pacific Islanders. Tour the facility for a day with a friend, significant other, or sentient shadow or opt for an ultimate membership, which gets two adults and any kids or grandkids under 18 a full year of access to the museum's chambers, as well as eight guest passes, a complimentary copy of The Birds of Yap, and recognition as a founding member in PIEAM promo materials. Click here for current and upcoming exhibitions.

695 Alamitos Ave
Long Beach,
CA
US

Aquarium of the Pacific

Betty’s favorite foods are shrimp, clams, and squid. She’s a little over a year old. She has brown hair, and her nickname is “Banshee,” because she wails when she doesn’t get her way. Named for Aquarium of the Pacific sponsor and legendary actress Betty White, she’s a recent addition to the aquarium’s BP Sea Otter Habitat. Betty was discovered in early 2012, a mere pup, without a mother. The staff at Aquarium of the Pacific nursed her back to health until October, when she was well enough to join her friends in the otter habitat. The otter habitat is just one of 19 habitats at Aquarium of the Pacific, which also includes 32 focus exhibits celebrating the diverse wildlife of the Pacific Ocean. In the June Keyes Penguin Habitat, more than 12 tuxedo-clad Magellanic penguins waddle around a rocky beach where guests can spy them nesting, eating, and practicing dance routines with Dick van Dyke, and a crawl space below their swimming pool provides a closer look at the birds as they go for a dip. Outside in Shark Lagoon, some 150-plus sand tiger, zebra, and whitetip reef sharks bare their menacing grins. But in the shallow touch pools, gentle bamboo and epaulette sharks discredit stereotypes by allowing visitors to pet them. For those more interested in the science of the sea, the Ocean Science Center helps visitors explore oceanic trends through its Science on a Sphere exhibit. The globe, a creation of the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration, measures six feet in diameter and displays films about subjects such as rising sea levels and the connection between ocean health and human health.

100 Aquarium Way
Long Beach,
CA
US

While wandering the Museum of Latin American Art's permanent collection of works?from artists native to 20 Latin American countries?it might come as a surprise that the space was once home to a roller-skating rink and a silent-movie studio. Its transformation into one of the country's only museums dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American art was the work of physician, philanthropist, and patron of the arts Dr. Robert Gumbiner. He acquired the properties and founded the museum in 1996, revamping the Hippodrome into galleries alive with Latin American music, paintings, and video.

Since that time, the museum has doubled in size, adding a 15,000-square-foot sculpture garden and expanding its collection to include masters such as Rufino Tamayo, Roberto Sebasti?n Matta, Los Carpinteros, and Tunga. The site now serves as a beacon of Latin American culture, showcasing artists who made names for themselves in their own countries but may not be well known in the United States.

Beyond the eye-catching exhibitions, which have been featured in the Los Angeles Times, the museum offers educational programs and events such as concerts, film showings, and children?s art camps. Each is an outgrowth of the museum?s mission to stimulate the intellect and cultivate an appreciation for Latin America?s contributions to the world of art.

628 Alamitos Ave.
Long Beach,
CA
US