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Things to Do in Manhattan Beach
Whether you're looking for a laid-back escape or an adventure-filled escapade, The Belamar Hotel is suited to every pursuit. Located near a variety of exciting Manhattan Beach things to do, some nearby gems include the local pier, Roadhouse Aquarium and the Strand. Browse some of our preferred attractions below and make a reservation today.
Manhattan Beach Pier
What started as a small beach resort has turned into a bustling place with locals and tourists alike. The crown jewel of The Belamar's fashionable neighborhood is the Manhattan Beach Pier, a must see for all visitors.
Situated at the end of the Manhattan Beach Pier, the Roundhouse serves as an educational facility for the neighboring community. Inside this exciting option in Manhattan Beach attractions are ten primary aquaria, each displaying a diverse selection of marine fish and invertebrates.
Downtown Manhattan Beach
Beach town energy meets urban sophistication in Downtown Manhattan Beach. Eclectic shops and restaurants dot Highland Avenue between Manhattan Beach Boulevard and 15th Street. Browse unique shops and become acquainted with The Strand, which runs from Hermosa to Manhattan Beach and is perfect for biking and rollerblading.
Hollywood Park Racetrack and Casino
1050 South Prairie Avenue, Inglewood, CA 90301
Mixed with the availability of off-track betting and a casino, Hollywood Park offers the best in betting.
Universal Studios Hollywood
100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608
Go behind the scenes at Universal Studios, featuring thrilling park rides and shows, a real working movies studio and L.A.'s best shops, restaurants and all-new cinemas at CityWalk.
Disneyland & California Adventure
1313 S. Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CA 92802
Bring the whole family to experience the magic of two enchanting theme parks - Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure Park - only at the Disneyland® Resort in California. Plan for exciting days and nights with the wonder and excitement of these two iconic theme parks.
Knott's Berry Farm
8039 Beach Boulevard, Buena Park, CA 90620
Visit California's original theme park, home to Ghost Town, a real mining town, and rides like Silver Bullet, Ghost Rider and Xcelerator. Around Halloween, the park also becomes Knott's Scary Farm, which creepy attractions around every corner.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 S Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world, Walt Disney Concert Hall is home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. The striking 3.6-acre complex embodies the unique energy and creative spirit of the city.
Original Farmers Market & The Grove
3rd Street & Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Located at Third and Fairfax Streets, the Original Farmers Market is a historic landmark. An L.A. tradition and world-famous tourist attraction for more than 60 years, this iconic attraction offers some of the best food in the city and is situated alongside The Grove - a 640,000 square-foot development. The Grove features a Pacific Theatres cinema complex and various stores.
Santa Monica Pier/Pacific Park
Positioned on the world famous Santa Monica Pier, Pacific Park is the place for families, as the West Coast's only amusement park located on a pier. Millions of visitors each year enjoy all the rides, games and excitement you'd expect from one of Southern California's leading attractions.
6801 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA 90028
Formerly Grauman's Chinese Theatre, this Hollywood icon stands at 6925 Hollywood Boulevard. It was built in 1927 by Sid Grauman and hosted many star-studded movie premieres and events in Hollywood's early days. Today it still draws the stars with its famous footprint ceremonies, a tradition that started in 1927.
Hollywood Wax Museum
6767 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Get up close and personal with your favorite stars immortalized in wax in scenes from their top films. The Hollywood Wax Museum is the longest running wax museum in the United States.
See one of the most recognizable images in our country and around the world. This landmark sits high atop the Hollywood Hills and was originally constructed to promote a housing development at the base of the hill called "Hollywoodland." It was declared a historical landmark in 1973 and can be viewed from several spots in Hollywood or on a tour.