Santa Monica

Santa Monica Is A Coastal City Located In Los Angeles County, California, Known For Its Beautiful Beaches, Vibrant Culture And High-End Shopping And Dining.

The City Is Home To The Famous Santa Monica Pier, A Popular Tourist Destination That Features An Amusement Park, An Aquarium, And A Ferris Wheel. The Third Street Promenade Is A Popular Outdoor Shopping And Dining Destination, Featuring Many High-End Shops, Restaurants, And Cafes.

Santa Monica Is Also Known For Its Beautiful Beaches, Such As The Santa Monica Beach, Which Offers A Long Bike Path, Playgrounds And Picnic Areas, And The Muscle Beach, Which Is Famous For Its Outdoor Gym Equipment. The City Is Also Home To Many Parks And Recreational Areas, Such As The Palisades Park And The Tongva Park, Providing Ample Opportunity For Outdoor Activities. Santa Monica Is Also A Hub Of Health And Wellness, With Many Yoga Studios, Gyms, And Wellness Centers. The City Is Also Home To Many Cultural Venues, Such As The Santa Monica Museum Of Art And The Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center.

Pacific Park Amusement Center

Located on the world-famous Santa Monica Pier, Pacific Park is a family friendly playground that opened in 1996. The Park was constructed on a board walk that extends into the Pacific Ocean. Not to be confused with the now defuncted Pacific Ocean Park that went bankrupt and closed in 1967. Pacific Park Amusement Center Features twelve amusement rides, midway games, ocean front specialty food, and shopping.

Muscle Beach

Located on Ocean Front Walk in Santa Monica and adjacent to Santa Monica pier, (not to be confused with Muscle Beach located in Venice Beach), the Muscle Beach outdoor gym area is considered to be the original Muscle Beach in California. It features ropes, parallel bars, and swings. While families benefit from workouts at Muscle Beach, fitness enthusiasts and tourists enjoy free entry and laid-back fun.

Loof Hippodrome Carousel

The Santa Monica Looff Hippodrome is located adjacent to the Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, California. It was designed and built in 1916 by Charles Looff and his son Arthur. It was originally created to hold a Looff Carousel. Looff’s carousel was housed at the Hippodrome until it was sold in 1939. It was replaced by Philadelphia Toboggan Company Carousel #62, which was moved from the Ocean Park Pier to Pacific Park.

Heal the Bay Aquarium
(formerly known as Santa Monica Pier Aquarium)

Founded in 1985, Heal the Bay is an environmental nonprofit dedicated to making the coastal waters and watersheds of Greater Los Angeles safe, healthy and clean. To fulfill our mission, they use science, education, community action, and advocacy.

Located next to Loof Hippodrome, visitors can learn about conservation while exploring over one hundred sea creatures at the facility.

3rd Street Promenade

Downtown Santa Monica is equal parts shopping haven and street-performer stage. Just east of the Pier, the 3rd Street Promenade consists of three open-air, car-free blocks that are anchored by upscale Santa Monica Place, home to more than 80 retailers. With everything from fresh farmers market produce to designer fashions. Likewise, foodies rejoice in the numerous restaurants and bars, featuring locally sourced ingredients and craft cocktails. There’s excitement around every corner as street performers, tourists, locals, diners, movie goers, and more flock to the area.

Pacific Coast Highway

The legendary Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) was first started in the 1930s and remains a marvel of human effort that hugs over 600 miles of California’s rugged and beautiful coastlines. The PCH or highway 1, is one of the most astoundingly scenic roads in the world, meant to be traversed slowly, while gasping at the mountains, towering trees, expansive beaches and endless sky. It also affords travelers an unparalleled opportunity to visit outposts, surfing villages, farm-fresh foods stand, local wineries, roadside kitsch, Hollywood glitz, and all the bohemia.

Venice Beach

Venice beach is and extremely famous beach in Venice California and has been featured in hundreds of movies, television shows, and documentaries. The birthplace of skateboard culture, Venice Beach is a 3.5 mile walk from Santa Monica. Millions of people flock to the beach to see famous street performers, shop at Bohemian style specialty shops, to gaze upon unusual and free spirited locals, and to watch muscle bound sculpted bodies work out at the second Muscle beach.

Why visit Santa Monica?

Santa Monica is known for its beautiful beaches, such as the Santa Monica Beach, which offers a long bike path, playgrounds and picnic areas.
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