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Eclectic Neighborhoods, Sandy Beaches And The Best Weather

Things To Do In Long Beach

Aquarium of The Pacific, Queen Mary, Long Beach Waterfront, El Dorado Nature Center, Naples Island, Bluff Park, Rosie's Dog Beach

Long Beach is considered in the top 10 most diverse cities in America, based on factors including culture, race, socioeconomic status, and linguistic diversity. It’s a little wild and a little weird… it’s for the urban in you. As Chelsey Drysdale once wrote in the Bustle blog, “The City of Long Beach is its own magical microcosm. It’s not Los Angeles. It’s not Orange County. It’s the best of both worlds, centrally located between the two.”

This region is known as the arts and cultural district as well as boasting some of the most active nightlife around. Home styles vary from Craftsman bungalow to Victorian, Spanish Revival, Tudor, and others.

There are plenty of activities to choose from living here from visiting the Queen Mary for a few hours trip, walk along the Pike and eating at the nearby restaurants, exploring the sea creatures within the Aquarium of the Pacific, and enjoying a nice walk or playing sports at El Dorado Park.

Things To Do:
Queen Mary
– Discover the Queen Mary’s incredible journey. Everything you ever wanted to know about the Queen Mary. From fine dining to tours, the Queen Mary has something for everyone.
Aquarium of the Pacific – The Aquarium of the Pacific is a public aquarium on a 5-acre site on Rainbow Harbor in Long Beach, California, United States. It is situated across the water from the Long Beach Convention Center, Shoreline Village, and the Queen Mary Hotel and Attraction.
Naples – This Italian-inspired Long Beach community was developed in the early 1900’s like the “Dreamland of Southern California” and consists of three islands filled with narrow streets and walkways, canals, beautiful houses and boats, a plaza with a water fountain, and excellent shopping and restaurants on nearby 2nd Street.
Belmont Shore – known for sandy beaches, calm lagoons, picturesque canals, elegant home-lined boardwalks, and Second Street, a 15 block long shopping, dining, and entertainment district featuring scores of restaurants, specialty shops, and boutiques.
El Dorado Park – One of Long Beach’s best kept secrets, El Dorado Park and Nature Center offer a natural oasis in the midst of the vibrant city. There are lots to do here–run, walk, ride bikes, BBQ, fishing, camp out, rent a paddle boat or rent some 2-4 person bicycles.
Rosie’s Dog Beach – Great off leash beach for dogs. Great beach day to just sat and watched dogs playing in the surf and sand.

Dining, Great Eats And More

Beaches. Dining, Museums, New Projects

Long Beach Dining:
Nick’s On 2nd
Saint & Second
Michael’s on Naples Ristorante
RESTAURATION
Boathouse on the Bay
Roe Seafood
Chianina Steakhouse
The Attic

Up and Coming:
Slated for completion sometime in 2019, 2nd & PCH will feature 220,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space in a collection of one-and-two-story buildings. Whole Foods Market has signed on as an anchor tenant for the mall.

2ND & PCH consists of approximately 220,000 square feet of seaside contemporary retail and dining experiences in a casual, yet refined open-air setting. Relaxing, outdoor living rooms boast exceptional ocean views looking out over the Long Beach Marina and Alamitos Bay.

The resort-style character of the architecture and graphics invites guests to interact with the retail experience. This authentic and vibrant environment will be home to curated retail shops, chef-driven dining options, connected streetscapes, and an exceptional landscape palette. This discerning community will enjoy the al fresco gathering spaces complete with Wi-Fi, fire pits, water features and amenities with a focus on hospitality. Read More Here

With so many things to do and see in Long Beach, why not make it home. If you’re looking to buy or sell, please reach out to us and let’s chat about meeting your Long Beach real estate goals.