A breathtaking museum dedicated to General Phineas Banning. An American business man, financier, and entrepreneur. Accomplishments made by the General live on today and have made their way deep into history.
Built in 1994, the Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center is a 1,074-seat theater located on the campus of California State University. The stage area was modeled after the New York State Theater of the Arts at Lincoln Center, and can accommodate large or small performing ensembles, film screenings, concerts, conferences and other special events.
Find out what makes your stay in Long Beach unique! Learn about the city it self and how it came to be the great place it is today. Take tours of exhibitions, enjoy informing lectures and satisfy your eyes with collections preserved from the past.
Enjoy timeless plays and acts in theatres that are grand with service that is exceptional. Two air conditioned theatres provide comfortable seating close to the stage, refreshments and music during intermissions and before shows, and art and sculpture exhibits in the galleries.
The only Museum in the western United States that features contemporary Latin American art. Educated yourself on Latin American fine art that has made its way through history from World War II. The dynamic exhibitions and cultural and educational programs are perfect for all audiences.
An award winning musical theatre that will deliver some of the best musicals in the western United States. With 55 years worth of experience, this theatre knows only to please its audiences and keep them coming back.
A historic ocean liner and a World War II troopship, the Queen Mary is now a hot spot for tourist that want to dine in high-end restaurants and want to live in a luxuries hotel. Take a tour of the beautiful ship, with areas restored after the final voyage in 1967.
A historic ranch and gardens make Rancho Los Alamitos a relaxing getaway. Come to experience a spread of the past or to ride in old fashion horse drawn carts. Its the perfect leave for a day out with the family!
The two-story Monterrey-style adobe is primarily furnished to reflect occupants and lifestyles from the 1860's-1880's. Built in 1844, the adobe home and grounds echo with the rich history of Spanish, Mexican and American California and with the families who helped transform Southern California from its ranching beginnings to a modern, urban society.