Long Beach HarborLong Beach , United States
Long Beach Harbor
This webcam clearly shows the small harbor of the coastal city of the United States - Long Beach, located in Southern California, near Los Angeles. The live broadcast shows pleasure yachts, catamarans, boats. Track their movements in the online camera.
Long Beach is best known for its floating museum / hotel, the historic “Queen Mary” ocean liner.
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In the city, where the live stream is coming from, there is the famous and largest US Pacific Aquarium, home for about 1,000 residents.
In Long Beach, the port of which can be seen in the webcam, there is an Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden.
From museums in the city, tourists are attracted by: Long Beach Art Museum, Museum of Latin American Art, University Art Museum, Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum.
In Long Beach, where the webcam is located, there is an interesting historic Los Cerritos ranch, listed as a national landmark.
In the southeastern part of the city, there is an unusual area - Naples Island with many canals, pedestrian embankments and million-dollar mansions.
At a distance of 35 km from Long Beach in this live camera, there is Catalina Island (Santa Catalina), where you can go for a day. 88% of the island's territory is a protected area. There are also cities here: Avalon and Two Harbors.
Avalon's highlight is the Wrigley Memorial & Botanical Garden, an area dedicated to William Wrigley, founder of the renowned gum corporation and philanthropist. Wrigley Botanical Gardens are full of typical Californian plants.
Two Harbors is a very small town with just under 300 inhabitants. The miniature village is a great place for fans of sailing, kayaking, diving, cycling, hiking and relaxing outdoors.
On Santa Catalina there is an interesting museum that acquaints guests with the history of the island, from the time of the Tongva Indians settlement to the mid-20th century.