Area Attractions

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.

Hyatt Regency Long Beach

200 South Pine Avenue
Long Beach, California, United States, 90802

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Outdoor Activities

Long Beach Bike Outlets
Long Beach Dogs Playing
Long Beach Waterfront Bike Ride

The Pike at Rainbow Harbor

Long Beach's most thriving dining and entertainment district, The Pike is a waterfront playground with restaurants, clubs, movie theaters, a famous Ferris Wheel and breathtaking ocean views.

Shoreline Village

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.

Belmont Shore

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.

Day Trips

Long Beach Water Activities
Long Beach Aquarium
Long Beach Bike Path

Catalina Island

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.

Aquarium of the Pacific

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.

The Queen Mary

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.

Hornblower Cruises

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

Museums & Learning Centers

Long Beach Museum of Art
Museum of Latin American Art
Long Beach Chairs Arch Palm Trees Girl Balloons

Long Beach Museum of Art

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.

Museum of Latin American Art

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.

Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum

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.

Rancho Los Cerritos

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.

Battleship IOWA Museum

Battleship IOWA is the West Coast’s only Battleship open to the public, located at the L.A. Waterfront, former home to the US Navy Battleship fleet prior to World War II and an area rich in maritime history. Walk the wood decks and see areas such as the 16” guns, 5” guns, missile decks, bridge, mess areas, and the world-famous Captain’s Cabin.

Columbia Memorial Space Center

Be amazed by the hands-on, family-friendly displays within this spacious, 20,000-square-foot learning center dedicated to space science.

Long Beach Firefighter’s Museum

Get up close and personal to the equipment in this cozy, family-friendly museum dedicated to the history of Long Beach’s fire department. Don’t miss the wooden water pipe, used to fight blazing fires of yesteryear.

Golf

Recreation Park

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:

El Dorado Park

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.

Skylinks

Located across from Long Beach Airport, this challenging course features water hazards and numerous bunkers along with excellent fairways and greens. An enjoyable course for players of all levels.

Family-Friendly Itinerary #1

Long Beach Aquarium Diver
CVB Summer
Long Beach Waterfront Bike Ride

Day 1 – Aquarium on the Pacific

The Aquarium features a collection of over 11,000 animals representing over 500 different species in exhibits ranging in size and capacity from about 5,000 to 350,000 gallons. Interactive exhibits puts you in touch with the wonderous animal inhabitants.

Day 2 – Swan Boats at Rainbow Lagoon

Swan Pedal Boat rentals at Rainbow Lagoon Park are the hottest, one-of-a-kind outdoor activity in Downtown Long Beach. Both travelers and locals will enjoy the California sunshine drifting along Shoreline Drive, past the Long Beach Convention Center around Rainbow Lagoon’s grassy islands. Onsite at the Regency.

Day 3 – Whale Watching

Join a Whale Watching Tour at Rainbow Harbor. Gray whales frequent the Long Beach coast from December to May, and blue whales are spotted from June to September. No matter the season, sea life isn’t far from view.

Family-Friendly Itinerary #2

Beach View
Hyatt Centric The Pike Park Street
Long Beach Bike Path

Day 1 – Beach Day

For those who are a bit more adventurous, try a self-guided bicycle tour from the Queen Mary and Shoreline Village locations, traveling to Naples and the Beach with you family!

Day 2 – Pike Outlets

With great harbor views, a movie theater, Ferris wheel, and more than 30 retailers & restaurants, The Pike Outlets has many family-friendly attractions.

Day 3 – Signal Hill Park

Hilltop Park offers one of the best views in the LA area. The smoke signal in the center of the park alludes to the long history which inspired the naming of the city. It overlooks Long Beach Harbor, Long Beach Airport and much of LBC. Views extend to the Santa Monica Mountains, Catalina Island, and downtown Los Angeles.

Kid-Friendly Restaurants

Gladstone’s Long Beach

This award-winning brewery also boasts delicious barbecue, just blocks from the ocean in the entertainment district.

Yard House

Yard House, the modern American gathering place where beer and food lovers unite, is an upscale, casual eatery known for great food, classic rock music, an energetic vibe and endless fleet of tap

Bubba Gump

The menu offers a number of items for the shrimp lover in all of us. Boasting creative seafood dishes inspired straight from the movie Forrest Gump and a fun family atmosphere, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. will have you running to the nearest location you can find!