- The list below includes 859 free or cheap things to do in or near Torrance, California, including 132 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Specialty Museums.
- From Los Arboles/Rocketship Park to Wilson Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Torrance and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Long Beach, Santa Monica and Lakewood.
Car buffs and Toyota fans enjoy visiting Torrance's Toyota USA Automobile Museum. The museum houses both historical and modern models, and offers information on the history of Toyota through the years, making the visit a fun trip down memory lane.
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1625 Abalone Ave, at Sunrider International, Torrance, CA 90501 MoreLess Info
A private, non-profit art gallery, the Chen Art Gallery showcases the private collection of world renowned herbalist, Dr. Tei Fu Chen. Dr. Chen has amassed one of the largest private collections of Chinese art in the United States and presents it here for visitors to enjoy.
The Toyota USA Automotive Museum is a museum dedicated to showcasing some of Toyota's most memorable cars. Attractions include exhibits on a variety of historical Toyota cars, exhibits on Toyota's personal history, and personal guided tours.
Featuring both IMAX and RealD 3D technology, AMC Del Amo 18 offers showings of the latest films in its many auditoriums. The concession stand includes standard snacks like popcorn and candy, and has been expanded to pizza and chicken tenders.
Also known as the Torrance Theatre, the James R. Armstrong Theatre is a hub of culture and entertainment in the community. Performances and exhibitions are aimed to bring art to the community and create new experiences.
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3330 Civic Center Dr N, Torrance, CA 90503 MoreLess Info
The Torrance Cultural Arts Center is a multi-purpose complex that contains meeting and banquet rooms, a 502-seat theatre, two outdoor plazas, a Japanese garden, and visual and performing arts studios. The location is suitable for business meetings and social gatherings.
Torrance's Western Museum of Flight is a popular tourist destination for aviation fans. The museum features an extensive collection of on-site aircrafts including drones, shuttles, trainers, fighter jets and more.
The Torrance Art Museum features a permanent collection of modern and contemporary art from local, national, and international artists. They feature temporary and visiting exhibits, as well, and emphasize community outreach and interdisciplinary explorations.
Showing both blockbuster hits and independent films, AMC Rolling Hills 20 offers stadium seating and digital projection for its guests. The theater has a new self-serve soda machine with a variety of flavors available.