Comfort Inn & Suites Near Long Beach Conv. Ctr
200 E. Willow Street
Long Beach, CA 90806
Phone: (562) 426-7611
Fax: (562) 426-0563
200 E. Willow Street, Long Beach, CA, US, 90806
- Phone: (562) 426-7611
- Fax: (562) 426-0563
On Deck Batting Cages provides indoor batting cages for softball and baseball. They also offer pitching lessons and hitting lessons.
Located on the fringes of the beautiful Drake Park, the stately Bembridge House is one of the city's finest architectural treasures. Constructed as the private residence in 1906, the grand house features Queen Anne and Victorian architectural influences. High ceilings, fine woodwork and ornate furnishings speak of the opulent lifestyle of one of the city's elite businessmen. Visitors can get a glimpse into the impeccably preserved residence through tours conducted every Tuesday and Saturday.
An ancient church in the city, the Saint Luke's Episcopal Church is a major tourist attraction. The church welcomes everybody; people of all ages, communities and races to experience this holy place of worship. It conducts regular prayer meetings and services and also holds cultural events on a regular basis. St. Luke's comprises of a Parish Hall too where it stages various performers and music artists. For detailed information, call ahead or check the website.
The Long Beach Unity is an unique sort of religious institution because no matter what faith you believe in they will welcome any suggestions and opinions with open arms. They believe in the development of a person more than what faith he/she believes in. They have services like regular churches and it is open for everyone to come and if possible give theories or suggestion as to how can one develop in life. For more information about this church do check their website.
The Long Beach library dates back to 1896, and since then it has been providing excellent reading and reference materials to the Long Beach residents. It has several branches in the city, the Main Library being one of them. A treasure trove of information, the collection comprises fiction, non-fiction, educational, research and other books across diverse fields and genres. The highlight of the main library being the Loraine and Earl Burns Miller Special Collections Room that has a beautiful fine arts collection. Apart from that, the library also hosts interesting events like story-telling, stuff-toy making workshops, art & craft sessions and so forth. Call for more details.
Perfect for a small group or a large gathering, this beautiful location offers a wonderful atmosphere for family and friends to enjoy great wine, beer, and soju martinis with tasty cheeses, desserts and other specialty foods.
This scenic street gives beautiful views of the waterfront and is great for driving. Public as well as private parking spots are available. The famed Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach is held along there streets, beginning on the east Shoreline Drive, going around Toyota Square and Tecate Turn and Seaside Way to finally come back and meet Shoreline Drive.
Marina Green is a vast expanse of green in Long Beach that is sure to soothe your frayed nerves. Lying between Pine and Linden Avenues, alongside the Shoreline Drive, the park is a welcome haven for city souls. The 9.4 acre park adds to the natural beauty of the Long Beach area. During the year a number of celebrations and events are held at this park. The nearby Pacific ocean adds to the charm. A perfect respite for the urban soul.
The famous environmental artist Wyland, who has made it his personal mission to raise public attention about whales through his gigantic murals, created the massive Planet Ocean with approximately 7,000 gallons of paint. Easily the largest mural in the world at 10 stories high and covering 122,000 square feet, the mural wraps around the Long Beach Arena (at the Long Beach Convention Center) and depicts life-size whales and other sea mammals. Call the convention center for more details.
Billed by Ripley's Believe It Or Not as the skinniest house in the United States, Skinny House is a Tudor-style home. Built in 1932 by Nelson Rummond after someone bet that he couldn't possibly build a livable house on the lot which measures 10 feet by 50 feet. The 860-square foot house is three stories tall, and stands as proof to all that amazing things can be done with a little creativity. It is a private residence, but you can drive by and view the exterior.
Located right across the marina from Shoreline Village, this scenic park rests right near the pacific ocean. A stroll here brings calming joy as you feel the cool breeze soothe you after daylong activities. Enjoy early morning jogs, evening playtime with pets or get your camera to shoot postcard-like photographs - a lighthouse can even be seen from the park's vantage point.
After living the perilous life of a fishing boat in the harsh sea, the Grand Romance Riverboat soon changed into a themed cruise providing various performances such as dance, comedy and murder mysteries over the journey. As always, these performances are best enjoyed over food and a sumptuous fare can be ordered by occupying one of their tables. Sightseeing cruises along the photographic Long Beach harbors are also available. The cruise is also available on hire for private events.