Santa Monica Pier
Right next to Venice Beach. Lots of action and amusement park stuff on the pier.
Okay, so it’s kinda far... but you can get there on the Metro and if you’ve got the time you should go check out Santa Monica (the beach and the pier).
Must stop for first time visitors, eat a funnel cake and ride the Ferris Wheel
Want to explore the child within you? Try the Ferris wheel (it won’t disappoint) and head to the pier end to see if the resident seal is there. Enjoy some cotton candy or corndogs then head to the beach to play on the gymnastics themed Beach Park (just south of the pier) Some of our favorite Santa…
Take a walk on the beach, ride the Ferris wheel, or try your hand at carnival style games.
This pier has amusement rides, restaurants, arcade, and many street performers. A must see!
While this is a pretty basic boardwalk pier, the beach is lovely around it. Also find the historic and renovated Carousel. A short few hours of family fun featuring a mild roller coaster, scrambler, ferris wheel with beautiful views, dragon swing, boardwalk games and junk food. Tip #1- get the…
Wooden wharf with eateries, shops, high-tech arcade, roller coaster, giant Ferris wheel, other rides & famous 1922 indoor merry-go-round. Fantastic view of the bay and the mountains.
Park on 4th street in one of the city lots. First 1 1/2 hours of free and walk to the pier for games and sightseeing. Plus it’s a landmark. Take a walk on the walk/ bike path in front of the gym area for a great picture of the pier and the beach. Bike rentals are also available near Big Deans Bar…
On the beach. Lots of live music in the evenings and different shows. Great views!
The second best reason to come to Los Angeles. You will find everything only 6 miles away.
Santa Monica is one of the greatest cities in the Los Angeles area and home to world's longest stretch of beach. With a beautiful night life and local attractions this place can easily captivate you for days.
Great place for eating, sight seeing, souvenir shopping and go on carnival rides.
World-famous icon famed in endless films TV and ads. A fun pier with full seaside attractions including antique carousel and Mexican restaurant
Take a day trip to Santa Monica (10-15 miles away) to enjoy the beach, restaurants, and pier. The pier has games, performers, rides, and beautiful views.
The beach and famous Santa Monica Pier are a must-see. The nightlife is great as well, with drink and food specials going on all the time.
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“Outdoor shopping scene. It has everything. A nice walk, crowded on the weekends.”
“Free! Just pay for parking. Majestic hilltop buildings, the art is Ok, the traveling collections can be great, but the real attraction is the space and gardens themselves. Must not miss!”
“Abbott Kinney built Venice and this street was named after him in the 1980's is full of High end shopping stores. ”
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“Be ready for some serious people watching. Take a stroll, check out the skate park and grab a bite to eat at Figtree for breakfast or lunch (half off breakfast from 8am-9am, great view.) or Venice Ale house for lunch or dinner.”