Long Beach Eco-Tourism for the Environmentally Conscious Traveler
Rent a bike at our Bikestation Long Beach location and engage in Emissions-free sightseeing! Whatever your interests, there's always plenty to see and do in Long Beach and our neighboring cities. Follow the links below to get started...
Cali Bike Tours is bringing the bike path in Long Beach alive by connecting people to the local businesses, historic sites, beaches and culinary attractions along the way. Help contribute to the bike-friendliness of the city of Long Beach by renting a bike from Bikestation (or bring your own!) and enjoy exploring our beautiful city.
Just minutes from Bikestation, this historic ship is open for guided tours year round. Climb onboard and enjoy a meal at one of the Queen Mary's award winning restaurants or spend the night in the luxury hotel.
California's premier aquarium puts visitors face to face with the inhabitants of the world's largest ocean. Follow the link and check back often for special events and information regarding seasonal exhibits.
The Long Beach Museum of Art over looks the Pacific Ocean from scenic Bluff Park in the Historic Bluff Heights District. Admission is free every Friday. Go for the art or just enjoy a hot drink at the Cafe.
Long Beach's Museum of Latin American Art is the only Museum West of the Mississippi River to exhibit only Contemporary Latin American Art. Admission is free every Friday. Don't forget to stop at the Museum's Viva Cafe to sample traditional recipes from Latin America.
El Dorado Nature Center
The El Dorado Nature Center, located in Long Beach's El Dorado Park, is easily accessed from the San Gabriel River Bike Trail and offers a variety of free classes for both children and adults.
Shop, eat and enjoy the scenery at Shoreline Village in Downtown Long Beach. Conveniently located at one end of the beach trail! Follow the link for special events.
Located in Alamitos Bay, Marina Pacifica Mall is home to the Wow! store, AMC Theatres and numerous eateries. Shop, eat and be entertained, all in one stop.
Can't find what you're looking for at the Marina Pacifica Mall? Cross the street to the Long Beach Market place! This shopping center is boasts a UA Theatre complex, Yoga World yoga sudio and boutique shopping for the discerning consumer.
This Spanish style Rancho was built in 1844 and is a National Historic Site. Visitors can immerse themselves in the rich history of southern California at the museum or walk the historic gardens.
See Alamitos Bay the way it was meant to be seen. Kayaks on the Water is open daily in the Summer and by appointment year round.
Never been Windsurfing? Don't let another opportunity pass! Long Beach Windsurf Center also offers Kayak, in-line skate and other various health-conscious and environmentally friendly rentals.
Across the street from the Long Beach convention Center, this Brewery offers outdoor seating and a number of handcrafted beers produced on-site. Banquet facilities are available for special events.