We suggest you pair a trip to our restaurant with an outing to one of the venues below. For further details click on the photo to be transported to the attraction's website.
Battleship IOWA Museum
Commissioned in 1943, the U.S.S. Iowa was the only ship in her class to serve in the Atlantic during WWII. She carried President Franklin D. Roosevelt across the Atlantic to Casablanca en route to a meeting in Tehran with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. She earned nine battle stars for service in WWII and two stars in the Korean conflict. She is now the West Coast's only battleship museum.
S.S. Lane Victory
One of only two remaining "Victory" ships and a National Historic Monument, the S.S. Lane Victory (built in 1945) served with distinction during WWII, The Korean War and the Vietnam War. It has a fine nautical museum aboard and is open for tours for a small donation. It also offers cruises during the summer.
CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles
CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles is a large-scale permanent handmade artisan marketplace. Its classically restored 1940’s-era Warehouse No 10 is home to more than 100 individual artists, crafters and food makers, each presenting their unique handcrafted goods in a vibrant patchwork of shop spaces.
Los Angeles Maritime Museum
Located in the historic old San Pedro Municipal Ferry Building at Berth 84, the museum houses seven galleries containing large collections of beautifully crafted models. Also in the collection are paintings, sailor crafts, seafaring artifacts and memorabilia reflecting the maritime heritage of the greater Los Angeles harbor. The museum has a special exhibit area just for kids.
Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium has the largest collection of Southern California marine life on exhibit in the world, including sharks, jellyfish, and a tide pool touch tank. Admission is free.
Fort MacArthur Museum
The museum features photos, drawings, exhibits and memorabilia of Ft. MacArthur and Los Angeles Harbor defenses from 1920 through WWII. Admission is free.
Marine Mammal Care Center
This nonprofit care center takes in hundreds of sick and injured seals and sea lions each year and rehabilitates them with the goal of returning them to the wild. The center is open daily (year-round) for viewing of seals and sea lions. Admission is free and group tours can be scheduled.
The Waterfront Red Car Line
The Port of Los Angeles Waterfront Red Car Line uses a portion of the original Pacific Electric San Pedro Line that dates back to the beginning of the 20th Century. The 1.5-mile waterfront red car line connects the Port's waterfront attractions and can drop you off one block away from 22nd Street Landing Restaurant.