Things To Do 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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Four Group Beginners' Tango Lessons or a Private Couples Lesson at Tango San Pedro (51% Off)

Tango San Pedro

Central San Pedro

Group tango lessons that are designed for absolute beginners and focus on the fundamentals; couples practice in private sessions

$45 $22

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Traditional or Power-Snorkeling Tour for One, Two, or Four from Diving Catalina (Up to 55% Off)

Diving Catalina

Avalon

Experienced instructors supply equipment and guide snorkeling tours through waters teeming with brightly colored fish

$49 $24

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Intro to Kiteboarding Lesson for One or Two with Equipment Provided at Captain Kirk's in San Pedro (Up to 56% Off)

Captain Kirk's

Captain Kirk's Kiteboarding

During three-hour beach lesson, certified instructors show groups of four kiteboarders proper stances and techniques with focus on safety

$225 $99

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$12 for $20 Worth of Batting Practice — The Armory Softball Training Facility

The Armory Softball Training Facility

Northwest San Pedro

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$20 $12

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Two-Hour BYOB Yacht Charter for Two, Four, or Six at Kanaloa Charters (Up to 45% Off)

Kanaloa Charters

Central San Pedro

Passengers bring their own drinks to relax aboard a yacht as experienced crew members sail out into ocean waters

$160 $89

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Just off the coast of Southern California in the waters surrounding Catalina Island resides an underwater civilization as awe-inspiring as the city above. To see it, the experienced divers of Diving Catalina outfit explorers of all skill levels to swim over the marine landscape, leading journeys into the protected Casino Point Underwater Dive Park and the kelp forest. In addition to guiding tours, Diving Catalina also rents snorkeling equipment and leads classes that range from introductory dives to advanced, postcertification scuba training to become the next Aquaman.
1 Casino Way
Avalon,
CA
US
Daily parasailing trips at Island Water Charters bestow the gift of flight to wingless humans, who float over Catalina Island at heights of 600 feet. Groups of parasailers climb aboard a 31-foot Ocean Pro boat and set sail for an adventure through sea and sky. After the crew secures visitors in their life vest and harness, a massive parachute lifts them skyward. Jaws drop at spectacular views and the opportunity to take a bite of fresh cloud meat, and people can request to be lowered to dip feet in the water while trolling along behind the boat. After their hang time comes to an end, fliers are safely returned to the boat to watch their friends soar through the great blue yonder.
20 Pleasure Pier
Avalon,
CA
US
Nobody leaves the Splash Dash 5K dry. A series of splash stations equipped with massive showers, shallow pools, and careening water balloons litter the 3.1-mile course, waiting to soak every participant before they cross the finish line. Down one straightaway, runners may confront a gang of volunteers ready to blast them with water guns, only to turn a corner and face the deluge of a fire hose. After braving the watery gauntlet, runners of all ages celebrate their victories at the Splash Dash Bash after party, where prizes are awarded for the best costumes and finish times as runners dance to music and attempt to dry off by matching the speed of their washer's spin cycle.
1169 West 6th Street
San Pedro,
CA
US
During a 2.5-hour Dolphin Adventure, experienced guides lead snorkel-breathing sightseers through glittering deep-sea waters teeming with aquatic life. As the group glides toward the dive site aboard the 46-foot Scuba Cat, a custom-built dive boat, guests can employ the ship’s two camera tables to play paparazzi with dolphins, sea lions, and whales or let marine biologist and maritime manager Captain Carl regale them with sea-creature trivia, such as the name of Moby Dick's pet goldfish. At their destination, they'll disembark via wide-stepped ladders that skim the water’s surface to ease snorkelers' entry into the deep blue. Then, trailing an experienced guide, they'll penetrate the inner sanctum of a leafy kelp forest to feast their eyes upon lobsters, fish, and confused lumberjacks.
#7 Green Pleasure Pier
Avalon,
CA
US
A boat zips along through the water, trailing behind it an open parachute elevated to almost a quarter-mile in the air. This isn't a scene from a spy movie, but rather a scenic parasailing tour from California Parasail, whose lines can lift patrons up to 1,200 feet above the crystal blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. As parasailers relax into their harnesses and take in breathtaking panoramic views, they can also take comfort in knowing they're in safe hands??all captains hold a US Coast Guard license and all crew members adhere to the practices of the Water Sports Industry Association. They operate runs throughout Avalon and Catalina Island, as well as Balboa Island, Newport Beach, and Long Beach, allowing patrons to glimpse views of different coastal areas and befriend cumulus clouds with varying regional dialects.
105 Pebbly Beach Rd
Avalon,
CA
US
Established: 1996 Staff Size: 2?10 people Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Free street parking after 6 p.m. and all day Sunday Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Films and Concerts Recommended Age Group: All Ages with parental guidance Q&A with Joleen D'rage, Deputy Director What is one fun, unusual fact about your business? The Warner Brothers believed a glamorous picture palace should be a place of escape, a place where dreams come true. They built three lavish art deco picture palaces in Beverly Hills, Huntington Park, and San Pedro. The Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro, the first sound-equipped theatre in the South Bay, opened to the public on January 20, 1931, with a star-studded gala premier. Jack Warner christened it "The Castle of Your Dreams," created by its chief architect B. Marcus Priteca and designer A.T. Heinsbergen. What?s your favorite part of your job? Engaging and inspiring our community through the arts. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? In the mid-1990s, we saved the Warner Grand Theatre, a spectacular 1931 art deco movie palace and cornerstone of the town's revitalization. (Plans were to turn it into a swap meet.) Today, we promote and preserve this beautiful theater while also presenting events and educational experiences at the Theatre and at the Grand Annex, our cabaret-style venue down the street.
420 W 6th St
San Pedro,
CA
US

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