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All reviews queen mary nice walk light house water front nice area bike path lots of restaurants great place to walk yard house within walking distance rainbow harbor walk around whale watching convention center lighthouse boats stroll
Staying on board the Queen Mary put us across the bay from downtown Long Beach but we took the free Passport bus and we're able to walk around the park and Marina's downtown.
We found the park, marina and beach to be very clean and...More
First class place to visit. Something for everyone. Highly recommend it. Good vibe. Entertainment on the pier and walks around the Marina and the lighthouse. The Queen Mary Ship/ Hotel is also moored there.
From one end to the other it is quite a walk and I don't think we got to the end.
There is a beach at one end and the lighthouse at the other.......in-between are shops and restaurants. In the distance is the Queen Mary, but...More
Famous beach of Long Beach is a must.
Clean and well maintained.
Watch out for the groups of homeless people who gather near the toilets. Feels a little unsafe. Other than this I enjoyed my stroll.
Was pretty empty when I visited but sure it...More
Living in Long Beach, our waterfront is one of the main reasons to live here. There are a number of places to walk - for scenic views or for exercise - since our waterfront stretches miles. if you are not up for a walk, take...More
I like to just commune with nature here. It is a popular location so it can get busy. Parking is a problem. It is paid parking but there is never enough spaces for everyone who wants to visit. Concessions, movie theater and restaurants nearby.
The harbour in Long Beach was a scenic walk and had good weather even in October. We came to Long Beach for the Aquarium of the Pacific and took the opportunity to walk around the harbour and have lunch and also walk some of the...More
Response from amber1127 | Reviewed this property |
I would consider what you want to see and how mobile your traveling group is. If it is the Queen Mary park on that side. If you want to see the little lighthouse and eat at a restaurant and see the shops I would park on... More
I would consider what you want to see and how mobile your traveling group is. If it is the Queen Mary park on that side. If you want to see the little lighthouse and eat at a restaurant and see the shops I would park on the street and then walk to each direction. To park at the shops and walk past the restaurants and over the light house area across from Queen Mary took a leisurely 30 minutes. Some street people along the path that would approach you but not threatening. In that 30 minutes 2 police patrol vehicles passed by on the sidewalk to round on the area.
Looking for suggestions for dining (possibly non-chain seafood or Mexican cuisine) near Long Beach Waterfront on a weekday evening next month. Something casual and comfortable for a lone diner following a whale watching tour. Thank you in advance!
January 07, 2017|
Taco Beach, 211 Pine Ave. You can get there on foot (about 15 minutes) or wait for the passport bus but walking don't take any longer