Follow the 110 South to its end and find a world of wonder to discover. The LA Waterfront has some of the region’s most interesting offerings, from award-winning public art, fun family activities, great food, one-of-a-kind shopping, and beautiful shorelines. With whale watching, tide pools, and a marine aquarium, the LA Waterfront offers an experience that’s 100% touching, 0% touchscreen.
A weekend marketplace for hundreds of artists, hand-made crafters and food makers, CRAFTED is housed in a 1940s-era warehouse just across the courtyard from craft brewery Brouwerij West and a line-up of gourmet food trucks, creating the perfect mashup of culture, cuisine and retail therapy.
With a two-mile long breakwater keeping the ocean waves at bay, the Cabrillo Beach area is popular for a variety of water recreation. From stand-up paddle boarding and ocean kayaking, to fishing and world-class windsurfing, come and play at the Port’s popular outer harbor area.
Lace up your sneakers or hop on a bike, and start at the scenic Cruise Ship Promenade next to the Vincent Thomas Bridge. Make your way past the dancing waters of the Fanfare Fountains, then head to the Los Angeles Maritime Museum. Want to turn your stroll into a workout? Try the exercise equipment along the way.
A whale-watching excursion from the LA Harbor is an experience you’ll never forget. Thrill to close-up views of majestic, aquatic wildlife, including gray and blue whales, humpback whales, orcas and dolphins. Excursions feature educational talks from marine experts.