Travelers often obtain the best information about an area by visiting the local visitor’s center upon arrival.  This is true of Long Beach visitors, who are able to use the visitor’s center to obtain information on hotel accommodations, local attractions, beach water warnings and events happening in the area.

The visitor’s center serving Long Beach is the Long Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.  The office is located on the third floor of One World Trade Center in Long Beach.  The major cross streets that visitors new to the area will need to know to get to the visitor’s center are Magnolia Avenue and West Ocean Blvd.  Driving directions are online at http://www.experiencela.com/.  Visitors who are located in the downtown area can catch the convenient Red Passport Shuttle which travels free around the downtown area and can take visitors to the visitor’s center. 

More information about the Long Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau is available on their home page which is online at http://www.visitlongbeach.com/ . The Long Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau office can also be contacted by toll free phone at (800) 452-7829 .   Email is another option, with the best contact email for questions being Juliet@longbeachcvb.org .