San Pedro - A Whale of a Town


American Merchant Marine Veterans Memorial

Angel's Gate Lighthouse

Angel's Gate Recreation Center

The Arcade Building

Assistance League of San Pedro Post Office

Averill Park

Banning Residence Museum

(Old) Beacon Street Fountain

Bogdanovich Park

Cabrillo Beach

Cabrillo Beach Bathhouse

Cabrillo Marina

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

Danish Castle

Dodson House

Drum Barracks Civil War Museum

Fireboat #2

Fishing Industry Memorial

Fishermen's Wharf

Fort MacArthur

Fort MacArthur Military Museum

Friendship Park

Harbor View House

Harbor View Cemetery

Korean Bell

Maritime Museum

Marine Mammal Care Center

Muller House Museum

Old St. Peter's Episcopal Church

Old San Pedro

Peck House

Point Fermin Lighthouse

Point Fermin Park

Point Vicente Interpretive Center

Point Vicente Lighthouse

Ports O' Call Village

Post Office

Royal Palms State Beach

SS Lane Victory

South Coast Botanic Garden


The Trolley

22nd Street Landing

U.S.S. Los Angeles Naval Memorial

Vincent Thomas Bridge

Warner Grand Theatre

Wayfarers Chapel

Worldport LA


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Los Angeles Harbor, was officially known as "WORLDPORT LA". The official name has been changed to "The Port of Los Angeles" The port now uses "THE PORT OF LOS ANGELES: AMERICA'S PORT™" as it's trademarked title. The Port of Los Angeles is the busiest cargo terminal in the United States and a leader in international trade, with facilities and staff unmatched by any U.S. port. Cargo and passenger vessels flying flags of many of the world's nations call here daily, adding to the ever-changing tableau of port activity. Visit the World Cruise Center at The Port of Los Angeles, Berth 93, the busiest passenger port of call on the West Coast, and dream about the romance and glamour aboard one of its many elegant ocean liners. Most major cruise lines offer vacation cruises to Baja California, the Mexican Riviera, Hawaii Alaska, the Panama Canal and other destinations from the World Cruise Center.

From the World Cruise Center, it's a fast, comfortable ride by boat or helicopter to romantic Santa Catalina Island from the San Pedro Catalina Terminal. The island paradise is just &26 miles across the sea&, about an hour by express boat or fifteen minutes by air. Catalina is a spectacular attraction that draws visitors from around the world. With exciting island tours, glass-bottom boat excursions, and Avalon's famous Casino (no gambling), unique shops, restaurants and endearing charm, Catalina can be enjoyed as an exciting day trip, or a relaxing holiday.

Port of Los Angeles
Administration Building
425 South Palos Verdes Street
San Pedro, CA 90731
(310) 732-7678

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