- TripBuzz found 982 things to do with kids in or near Long Beach, California, including 956 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Newport Beach, San Pedro and Whittier.
- From Harbor Breeze Whale Watching to Aquarium of the Pacific, the Long Beach area offers 134 different types of family activities, including: Neighborhoods, Whale Watching Tours, Boat Cruise and Landmarks.
- Part of the Greater Los Angeles Community, Long Beach is one of the largest cities in California. Home to several aircraft companies, the city unfortunately has an air pollution problem. Long Beach however offers numerous entertainment and cultural activities. This includes an art museum, symphony orchestra, several art galleries and a music conservatory. Long Beach is also equipped with many outdoor parks and beaches.
Agaves Kitchen & Tequila Los Angeles MoreLess Info
Contemporary Mexian, including ceviche featuring the catch of the day, Chilean sea bass accompanied by grilled nopalitos, and chicken mole
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41693 Big Bear Blvd, Ste A, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315 MoreLess Info
Action Zipline & Segway Tours offers patrons a three hour tour of Big Bear that includes an off-road ride two miles into the forest with nine high-speed zipline lines. Action Zipline also offers guided Segway tours.
Located near Seal Beach, the Red Car Museum showcases train history and the rare, Pacific Electric tower car. Visitors can view train memorabilia and see artifacts of the region's culture and indigenous peoples.
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Seal Beach Municipal Pier, Seal Beach, CA 90740 MoreLess Info
The Seal Beach Pier Playground is a children's playground that features two slides, swings, and a tower. The playground also has a nearby snack shack that serves hamburgers, ice cream, and pizza.
Located in the heart of the city, Electric Avenue Median Park provides visitors with a narrow park between two streets for outdoor activities. The park has a short trail for jogging, biking, and walking dogs.
Situated on 1.4 acres, Eisenhower Park is located along the beach and offers views of the Pacific Ocean. The park provides benches, a children's playground, restrooms facilities and a grassy area used for community events.
Founded in 1998, Shakespeare by the Sea is a non-profit acting group dedicated to performing the works of the famous playwright Shakespeare. The group hosts numerous plays as well as a summer festival for visitors to attend.
Uniquely developed through groves of eucalyptus trees, Gum Grove Park winds through ten acres between Seal Beach and the Los Cerritos wetlands. Nature trails provide access points for wildlife and bird watching along the way.