San Pedro Places

TripWhat's travel guide to San Pedro; our list of the best things to see, including Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, Marine Mammal Care Center and Los Angeles Maritime Museum.
  • The best place in San Pedro: Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

    Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

    3720 Stephen White Drive
    Tu-F: 12 noon-5PM, Sa-Su: 10AM-5PM, Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas. Free, but suggested donations are: Adults - $5.00, Children and seniors - $1.00. Parking: October through May - $1.00 per hour (max $7.00), June through September - $1.00 per hour (max $9.00). A small, but complete aqauarium. Learn about the natural history of the area through live exhibits, beach tours and classes.
    San Pedro food nearby
  • Marine Mammal Care Center

    Marine Mammal Care Center

    3601 S. Gaffey Street
    Daylight hours. Free. Watch while volunteers tend to recuperating seals, sea lions and other animals.
    San Pedro eat nearby
  • Los Angeles Maritime Museum

    Los Angeles Maritime Museum

    600 Sampson Way
    Tu-Sa: 10AM-5PM, Su: 12 noon-5PM. Adults: $3.00, Youth and Senior Citizens: $1.00, Children: Free.. This museum of maritime history, housed in the former San Pedro Ferry Terminal building, includes 700 ship models and other nautical paraphernalia.
    San Pedro restaurants nearby
  • S.S. Lane Victory

    S.S. Lane Victory

    Berth 46
    S Lane Victory is a WWII era Merchant Marine vessel that carried cargo for the war effort. The ship is open to explore and contains two museums, one in each of its cargo holds. During the summer, the ship takes cruises around Catalina Island. Actors perform during the cruise, which often includes an "attack" by enemy aircraft.
    San Pedro food nearby
  • Fort MacArthur Museum

    Fort MacArthur Museum

    3601 S. Gaffey Street
    Tu, Th, Sa-Su and Holidays: 12 noon to 5PM.
    San Pedro eat nearby
  • Los Angeles City Fire Department San Pedro Museum 36

    638 Beacon Street
    Free, donations suggested. This museum is located in the old Los Angeles City Fire Department Station 36. It features historical fire apparatus and account of some of the most historical fires in the Harbor area of Los Angeles with a section dedicated to marine firefighting.
    San Pedro restaurants nearby
  • The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

    The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

    152 N Central Ave
    Central Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 90013. A branch of MOCA tucked away in Little Tokyo. Same opening hours and shared tickets as MOCA on Grand.
    Wilmington food nearby
  • Knoll Hill Dog Park

    200-349 Knoll Drive
    Daylight hours. Free. Travelling with Rover? Let him run free in this off-leash park overlooking the Harbor.
    San Pedro eat nearby
  • Grunion run

    3720 Stephen White Drive
    See website for predicted run times. Free to see the run on the beach. Carbillo program: Adults - $5.00, Seniors, students and children - $1.00. In the months of March-June, a small, silvery fish called a grunion comes up on the shore to spawn in the late night hours. In March and June, grunion may be taken by hand (a California fishing license, which must be displayed, is required unless you are under 16 years of age). The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium offers a series of "Meet the Grunion" presentations. Warm clothing and a flashlight are recommended.
    San Pedro restaurants nearby
  • Mikawaya

    800 E
    Little Tokyo'. Their moto says it best: "The finest name in Japanese pastries since 1910
    Wilmington
  • Angels Gate Cultural Center

    3601 South Gaffey Street
    See website for event calendar. The Cultural Center offers a year-round schedule of gallery exhibitions, cultural events, and classes. It also provides work-studio space for 52 artists and musicians.
    San Pedro eat nearby
  • Korean Bell of Friendship and Bell Pavilion

    Gaffey and 37th Street
    This bell was presented to the people of Los Angeles by the people of the Republic of Korea in 1976. The bell is rung four times each year: the Fourth of July, August 15 (Korean Independence Day), New Year's Eve, and every September to coincide with bell ringings around the country to celebrate Constitutuon week.
    San Pedro restaurants nearby
  • San Pedro Skatepark

    Under the 110 freeway at Channel Street
    What started out as a renegade skate park is now an officially sanctioned, 501(c)3 organzation run skatepark with a round bowl, square bowl, and a vertical wall known as the “gnarwhal”.
    San Pedro food nearby
  • Ports O' Call Village

    1100 Nagoya Way
    Daily from 11 AM. Free admission and parking. Built in the style of a New England seaside village. Located on the harbor, its cobblestone streets are lined with specialty gift shops and restaurants.
    San Pedro
  • Muller House Museum

    1542 South Beacon St
    1 PM - 4 PM, first three Sundays of the month. Free, but donations appreciated. A beautifully restored historic home, the Muller House has tours of the interior of the house three times a month. The Colonial Revival house, built in 1899, is furnished with examples of Arts and Crafts furnishings and hosts rotating exhibits. Tours are also available by appointment. There is an onsite gift shop.
    San Pedro restaurants nearby
  • Fiesta Harbor Cruise

    Berth 79
    Call for tour dates and hours. Adults: 10.00, Seniors: 8.00, Children 11 and under (3 per adult): Free. Call for group rates. Boat tours of the Port of Los Angeles. Highlights of the tour include the Angels Gate Lighthouse, the Vincent Thomas Bridge, the L.A. Harbor Clock Tower, and the S.S. Lane Victory, a WWII era Merchant Marine vessel.
    San Pedro food nearby
  • Buono's Pizzeria

    Buono's Pizzeria

    1432 S. Gaffey Street
    Italian/Catering
    San Pedro
  • Iccho

    25310 Crenshaw Blvd
    A Japanese restaurant that is open late serving decent food at reasonable prices to a bustling crowd. The sushi is uninspiring although not bad, the sake is good and reasonably priced ($6.25 for a large bottle), and the Japanese dishes are relatively good at prices between $4 and $10 per item.
    Walteria
  • Neil's Pasta and Seafood Grill

    383 W. 5th St
    Neopolitan and Southern Italian. A cozy, romantic atmosphere with excellent service and some of the best Italian food in the South Bay.
    San Pedro
  • The Wood Spoon

    107 W 9th St
    M 11AM-3PM, T-Fr 11AM-3PM, 6PM-9PM, Sa 12PM-3PM, 6PM-10PM, closed Sunday. $10-$20 per person. Located in a relatively non-descript setting downtown, this restaurant features Brazilian-inspired dishes that are different from what most American restaurants serve as "Brazilian". Rice, beans and plantains are in use, but entrees such as a Brazilian-inspired pot pie and cinnamon water will be new to most diners. Jacqueline, the very gracious chef, will usually make the rounds once the kitchen closes and can tell some very interesting stories about her life after coming to the States.
    San Pedro
  • Papadakis Taverna

    301 W 6th Street
    Daily for dinner at 5PM. #14.00-$70.00. Fine Greek dining
    San Pedro
  • Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Dining

    Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Dining

    24631 Crenshaw Blvd
    We are a Japanese BBQ Restaurant where you can grill your own meats and vegetables right at your table!
    South East Torrance
  • Busy Bee

    Busy Bee

    2413 S Walker Ave
  • San Pedro Brewing Company

    San Pedro Brewing Company

    331 W 6th St
  • Starbucks

    Starbucks

    26650 Western Ave
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    Harbor City
  • Omelette & Waffle Shop

    Omelette & Waffle Shop

    1103 S Gaffey St
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