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Rainbow Harbor and Shoreline Village

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Shoreline Village
Photograph: Courtesy Shoreline Village

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The Long Beach waterfront was once home to a massive amusement park; the only reminders today are a Ferris wheel in front of the Laugh Factory and a pedestrian pathway that resembles a roller coaster. The Pike name still lives on in a downtown outlet mall, but most of the waterfront activity can now be found in the redeveloped Rainbow Harbor. Anchored by the Aquarium of the Pacific and the marina-adjacent restaurants at Shoreline Village, the harbor is a convenient spot to start a whale watching trip or take a boat ride. If you're looking for a taste of the old Pike, the casino-like Looff's Lite-A-Line maintains a small shrine of keepsakes a few miles away.



Address: 401-435 Shoreline Village Drive
Long Beach
Price: Free
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