Take advantage of the prime location of our Hyatt Regency hotel, offering easy access to many exciting Long Beach attractions and nearby cruise terminals. Spend a day visiting famous Southern California landmarks and amusement parks - including Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm. Take a tour of the Aquarium of the Pacific or hop on the Passport Shuttle to check out the shops at Shoreline Village, popular restaurants, and cool city sights.
This family-friendly Long Beach destination boasts a variety of annual events from May's Pirate Festival to lively concerts and fun-filled holiday activities. Enjoy sumptuous waterfront dining, browse a vibrant array of shops and enjoy performance art on the boardwalk.
This upscale beach community within Long Beach offers visitors an inviting shopping and dining experience. Ride your bike in the "green lane" along the 2nd Street or watch a waterskiing or rowing competition at the Long Beach Marine Stadium.
Take a ferry ride over to Catalina and discover an enchanting island. Hop on a bus for a tour of the island’s interior, including bald eagles and wild buffalo, discover the city’s history or join an undersea tour to explore a whole other world.
Experience the wonder of one of the world’s largest aquariums. This expansive venue is home to more than 12,500 creatures, representing the three areas of the Pacific - sunny Southern California and Baja, the frigid waters of the North Pacific, and the colorful reefs of the Tropical Pacific.
Relive a bygone era as you tour the grandest ocean liner to sail the seas. View elegant staterooms or look for ghosts in the first-class pool. There is also a Cold War era submarine docked next door that is open to the public.
Enjoy magnificent skyline views from some of the most beautiful California Coastlines. Feast on freshly prepared cuisine while enjoying refreshing ocean breezes aboard sparkling dining cruises. Hornblower Cruises is located just steps from Hyatt Regency Long Beach on Rainbow Harbor
Located atop a striking bluff overlooking the harbor and the ocean, this museum features a renowned permanent collection of approximately 5000 pieces of decorative arts, sculptures and drawings, primarily focusing on early 20th Century European, California Modernism and 300 years of American decorative arts. Visiting collections are also added at various times.
The only museum in the western United States exclusively featuring Latin American art, this impressive collection features fine arts created by Latin American artists since WWII. Works encompass a broad spectrum of countries including Mexico, South America, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Since 2010, the museum has engaged visitors and the community with exhibits, a permanent collection, and educational programs built with respect and an appreciation for the islands’ people, both past and present.
As the only designated local, state, and national landmark in Long Beach, this impressive 1844 adobe structure and its grounds get a lot of attention. On-site archaeological finds suggest that the site has been inhabited for at least 5,000 years.
Originally known as Virginia Country Club, this once private club was opened to the public in 1931 and has since been known by its current name. Recreation Park. Set among beautiful rolling hills and designated as one of the busiest golf courses in the nation, Recreation Park offers:
Known as a “player’s course” due to its extensive layout and numerous water hazards, this magnificent venue is the sight for several prestigious tournament, including The Queen Mary Open and the Long Beach Open.