|22nd Street Landing||33.725118501081965, -118.28050894662738|
Home to the largest privately-owned diving and fishing fleets on the West Coast. There is fine dining overlooking the harbor from above the landing, the 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill & Bar.
141 E 22nd St.
|Alta Sea||33.72531341895038, -118.27468805015087||2456 S. Signal St., San Pedro, CA 90731|
|Angels Gate Lighthouse||33.707816452641765, -118.25142592191696||This historic lighthouse has marked the entrance to the port since 1913.|
|Cabrillo Aquarium||33.71081578738446, -118.28489150851965|
Several saltwater aquariums display Southern California sea creatures, including sharks, eels, octopi and crabs as they would appear in nature.
3720 Stephen M White Drive
|Cabrillo Beach||33.7117796577295, -118.2830461487174|
Walk along the gentle and quiet beach front and experience breathtaking views of the ocean sea, dotted with the silhouettes of wind surfers against the backdrop of massive container-laden cargo ships.
|Cabrillo Beach Bath House||33.70985190622088, -118.2834967598319|
This 1932 Mediterranean-style structure was the last of the bathhouses built in Southern California, and was at the end of the “Red Car” (streetcar) line running from Los Angeles to San Pedro and out to Point Fermin.
Cabrillo Beach Bathhouse
|Cabrillo Beach Pier||33.708066912536125, -118.2771023735404|
|Cabrillo Marina||33.717649104527766, -118.2797084748745|
|Catalina Express Sea and Air Terminal||33.74912743309155, -118.275116533041|
|Cruise Ship Promenade||33.74950489326945, -118.27714528888464|
The Cruise Ship Promenade consists of four acres located between the Vincent Thomas Bridge and the Port of Los Angeles World Cruise Center.
|Downtown Harbor||33.739153686561224, -118.2791249267757|
Located at the foot of 5th and 6th Streets between Fire Station 112 and the Los Angeles Maritime Museum in San Pedro, the Downtown Harbor was previously a parking lot.
|Fanfare Fountain & Gateway Plaza||33.748467570724436, -118.27989740297198|
More water has come to the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro with two harbor-enlivening water features at San Pedro Gateway, that opened on July 25, 2008.
|Fire Station 112||33.740527637280834, -118.27836317941546||The dramatic, award-winning building of Fire Station #112 was designed to shelter the Ralph J. Scott, a national historic landmark, while allowing for viewing by visitors.|
|Harbor Blvd. Parkway Promenade||33.746612011649404, -118.27922148630023|
The Harbor Boulevard Parkway Promenade is a pedestrian promenade that runs parallel to Harbor Boulevard, from Swinford Street to 5th Street in San Pedro.
500 S. Harbor Blvd.
|Los Angeles Maritime Museum||33.73886818754638, -118.27878160402179||Built in 1941, this Public Works Administration (WPA) “Streamlined Moderne” building was the base for an auto ferry which crossed the channel at regular intervals from San Pedro to a sister building on Terminal Island.|
|Observation Pier||33.72181722524207, -118.2718053041026|
|Port's O'Call Village||33.73307129258749, -118.27690925449133||Ports O’Call is lined with an intriguing, assortment of shops and an enticing selection of restaurants to discover as you wind your way down the brick pathway that follows the main channel of the Port of Los Angeles.|
|Royal Palms Beach||33.71772328578835, -118.32173433154821|
If you’d like to see sea life in its natural habitat without getting wet, the tide pools at Royal Palms offer glimpses of sea anemones and other unusual life forms that live in the wet nooks and crannies of the rocky shoreline after the tide has gone out.
Royal Palms State Beach
|S.S. Lane Victory||33.7173102682555, -118.27315432950854||Come aboard this 10,000 ton, fully operational World War II cargo ship, restored and operated the by all volunteer crew of the U.S. Merchant Marine Veterans of WW II, And the wars that followed.|
|Salinas de San Pedro Wetlands||33.71441881100595, -118.28509015962481|
|Saturday Morning Fish Market||33.727536678280885, -118.27394826337695||San Pedro has a Saturday Morning Fish Market that is almost a “hidden secret”.|
|Space X||33.721559403804314, -118.27488443814218||A SpaceX rocket booster is supported by a crane while being prepared for transport via truck.|
|Timm’s Point and Landing||33.7281523656522, -118.27512307092547|
Timms’ Point and Landing was established in 1852 when Agustus W. Timms bought Sepulveda’s Landing from the Sepulveda family.
|USS Iowa||33.74141952248847,-118.27790603041643||The USS Iowa (BB-61) is open to the public at Berth 87 located at 250 S.Harbor Blvd., San Pedro, CA 90731|
|Warehouse One||33.721352790604136, -118.27242476865649|
|World Cruise Center||33.747129152416285, -118.27618941664696||The Port of Los Angeles World Cruise Center began life as a freight and passenger terminal for the American President Lines.|