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Shoreline Village - This is a waterfront shopping and entertainment complex that includes galleries and restaurants. The complex includes a historic carousel and a marine center with daily harbour cruises.

City Place - This centre has been noted for its value-oriented stores. It has an open-air design, winding pathways and is pedestrian-friendly.

Long Beach Activities

Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific - Visitors can explore the largest body of water on the Earth - the Pacific Ocean. You enter the museum through the Great Hall of the Pacific where you will come across the Aquarium's three preview exhibits which give you highlights of the Aquarium's three main exhibits.

The Pike at Rainbow Harbor - This is an entertainment complex on the waterfront in downtown Long Beach. There is fun at the GameWorks for the whole family, or you can ride the antique carousel, or watch the latest movies. There are plenty of eating establishments as well.

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Long Beach Restaurants

Sky Room - Along Ocean Boulevard is the swank and sophisticated Sky Room, an art deco landmark and supper club that sits atop the historic Breakers Hotel. It serves both California and French fare and coupled with the extraordinary views and the big band sounds of yesteryear, it makes for excellent dining.

Long Beach Parker's Lighthouse - A converted lighthouse houses this restaurant on 435 Shoreline Drive which means that there are wonderful views as you dine. The nautical theme is carried through to the interior and inevitably sea food is the house specialty.

Sir Winston's Restaurant - Anyone who was someone in the 1930's, from statesmen to film stars, sailed on the Queen Mary ocean liner. Many of them must have dined in this restaurant aboard the ship and now docked at Long Island. The set up is formal with majestic dark wood. The food is continental.

Long Beach Bars & Clubs

Clancy's - This is the oldest Irish club in town and is a favourite of both locals and visitors.

The Auld Dubliner - Located at the Pike at Rainbow Harbor, an entertainment complex, is also gaining a loyal following.

Wasabi - Diners can sup on sushi while taking in live entertainment in this downtown venue. The entertainment varies from live music to cabaret shows.

Long Beach children's activities

Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific - Visitors can explore the largest body of water on the Earth - the Pacific Ocean. You enter the museum through the Great Hall of the Pacific where you will come across the Aquarium's three preview exhibits which give you highlights of the Aquarium's three main exhibits.

The Pike at Rainbow Harbor - This is an entertainment complex on the waterfront in downtown Long Beach. There is fun at the GameWorks for the whole family, or you can ride the antique carousel, or watch the latest movies. There are plenty of eating establishments as well.

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