The Aquarium of the Pacific is one of the largest in the country with 500 species that fill 19 major habitats and 32 exhibits. The 12,500 animals represent the varying eco-systems - sunny Southern California and Baja, the frigid waters of the North Pacific, and the colorful reefs of the Tropical Pacific.
The Queen Mary took her maiden voyage in 1936, served as both a passenger ship and troop transport in WWII, and set numerous records for fastest voyage. Choose from self-guided tour, Ghosts and Legends, or private guided tours.
Rancho Los Alamitos and Rancho Los Cerritos are the remains of a 1790 Spanish land grant and feature adobe ranch houses, barns and gardens. The buildings, collections and archives interpret California life across the decades.
Wayfarer's Chapel, on the National Registry of Historic Places, is the world famous church made designed by the son of Frank LLoyd Wright. Made almost entirely of glass, the church sits atop a bluff overlooking the Pacific and is surrounded by the anciet redwoods the younger Wright admired so much.
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust was opened in the 60's and houses hundreds of historic artifacts, photographs and documents as well as precious family and religious treasures, professional and cultural arts memorabilia.
Museum of Neon Art is a unique organization which exhibits, documents and preserves contemporary fine art in electric media and outstanding examples of neon signs. The only one in the world and quite a reasonable outing at just $5.00.
Enjoy a variety of free performances and concerts presented by Grand Performances.
Travel in comfort and style aboard the Catalina Express to beautiful Catalina Island. Disembark in the city of Avalon and enjoy the island's charming shops, seaside restaurants, sightseeing tours, and relaxing beach.