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1250 Pacific Coast Hwy, Ste B, Seal Beach, CA 90740 MoreLess Info
A surf school that focuses on developing high level surfing skills, Learn2rip Surf Lesson Academy also emphasizes environmental and ecological awareness, responsibility, and safety. The academy offers beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes.
Buena Park's Jumping Fun Kids is an indoor bounce park and recreation facility that offers a variety of colorful inflatables and other safe and soft play equipment. The facility offers open play times as well as private party rentals.
A large grass field with a backstop is a major feature of Evergreen Park, making it ideal for pick-up soccer games. Other facilities include a children's playground, multi-use court, a picnic area, and one set of public restrooms.
The primary draw of Veterans Park is the extensive public skate park, which is the only one that is owned and operated by the city. The rest of the recreational area provides playground equipment, a sand volleyball court, and a half basketball court.
With a substantial multi-purpose room and serving area, Arnold Cypress Park is a popular rental facility for private events. Other features of the park include softball fields, a roller hockey rink, playground equipment, and a full basketball court.
Located less than a half mile from the coastal waters of Seal Beach is the charming Main Street Wine Cellar. The eatery and wine cellar offers tapas and small plates to enjoy along with their wide selection of wines.
Featuring unique beach-themed pieces of art, The Picture Show offers seaside, tiki and 'surf' decorative pieces, many created by local and new artists. Some of the art contains vintage depictions or honors Dia de Los Muertos, and framing is available.
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.
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.