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Rent kayaks or paddle boards near the picturesque and calm canals of Naples where dolphins and moon jellies come along. Gondola rides also available in authentic Venetian gondolas that allow to capture the full experience of Naples Island.
Day 2 – Shoreline Village
Shoreline Village offers a wide selection of waterfront restaurants to fit your particular mood; ranging from simple snacks to upscale waterfront fine dining. Shop one of the waterfront shops for beach wear, casual clothing, sunglasses, shoes and sandals, décor and home wear, hot sauces and more.
Day 3 – Private Sailing Tour of Long Beach
Experience the vast Pacific Ocean on a private sailboat charter. Bring your own food and drinks, play your favorite tunes, and relax.
Day 1 – Ballast Point
With refreshing ocean breezes and incredible water views, the Long Beach location is a sprawling harbor side spot with two stories, outdoor patios with fire pits, and 60+ beers on tap to enjoy while watching passing boats and gorgeous sunsets. Get ready to stay all day.
Day 2 – Trademark Brewing
Trademark Brewing is the only production scale craft brewery and tap room in Long Beach! Their large taproom features 30 taps of Trademark beers (and non-alcoholic beverages), comfortable furniture and a great view of the brewery. They also feature a large outdoor patio with food truck parking.
Day 3 – Waters Edge Winery
The city’s first winery sources its grape juice globally from the likes of Spain, South Africa and Argentina, then ferments it locally. The wine is consistently great, and the space, is vast and indoor/outdoor.
Day 1 – Long Beach Museum of Art
The Long Beach Museum of Art is a must-see for art lovers, located right along the ocean side in Long Beach. Offering exhibits and classes, Long Beach Museum of Art is said to have a more contemporary feel which blends with the local art scene the city is becoming famous for.
Day 2 – Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum
The Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum (PIEAM) showcases the diverse cultures from the Pacific who call Southern California home, from the Marshallese to Ni-Vanuatu to Naurauan, and many other distinct nationalities. PIEAM’s mission is to generate interest in these diverse cultures and to educate varied audiences by bringing the beauty and culture of Pacific Island ethnic art to Southern California.
Day 3 – Museum of Latin American Art
The Museum of Latin America Art in Long Beach is the only museum in the United States fully dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino art.
Beachwood Long Beach Pub
A nationally renowned and award-winning brewery (several of their concoctions were named among the best beers in America by the Great American Beer Festival) featuring a delicious bonus – barbecue! Located just blocks from the ocean in the heart of Downtown’s entertainment district, sit on Beachwood’s Promenade patio to people watch, enjoy a flight of their specialty ales, and share some barbecue with your crew.
BO-beau Long Beach
The first floor, indoor dining room features cozy, private booths surrounded by lavish décor reminiscent of a French salon with a nightlife vibe. Upstairs, the more casual rooftop offers bar top or picnic table dining under twinkling lights – plus, playful arcade games.
555 East American Steakhouse
Dinner reservations are recommended for the award-winning 555 East American Steakhouse, which boasts an outdoor patio for dining under the stars as well as a classic indoor chophouse – replete with rich leathers, woods, and soft lighting – for a dressy night on the town.
A proud recipient of Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence, Parkers’ Lighthouse is known for its mesquite grilled fresh seafood and spectacular views,and is home to a beautiful two-story wine cellar.