Things To Do Around South Redondo Beach



Redondo Beach has many amenities for residents, including  parks, a recreational beach, Pier, Harbor, libraries, community centers, and a performing arts center.

Many activities are also held throughout in the city throughout the year, including programs specifically for children and seniors.

Redondo Beach is a short drive from downtown Los Angeles and the Los Angeles International Airport, and one of the most desirable areas to live in the country for almost a century.

Explore international cuisine in King Harbor or restaurants throughout Riviera Village and Artesia Boulevard. Local flavors and seafood specialties are available every hour of the day. Try a new menu each day.

Enjoy music on the Pier July through September. Jam to the sounds of classic rock, jazz, blues, and country while watching the sun set and the evening sky turn dark Thursday, and Saturday evenings. Summer 2010 schedules will be available in April.

Catch a show at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center. The largest producing musical theatre company in Southern California calls Redondo Beach home. Check listings for showtimes and ticket prices for productions throughout the year.

History buffs will enjoy stories and pictures of life by the sea at the turn of the century. Learn about the Redondo Beach Historical Society and visit the Morrell House two miles east of King Harbor. Walk the Path of History to get a sense of life along the waterfront years ago.

Free art events showcase the work of local craftsmen from painters to sculptors to metallurgists. Summer brings the annual Chalk Festival on the Pier as well as Artists by the Sea on the Boardwalk.

Enjoy permanent public art displays including murals and sculptures along the waterfront. Raised relief mosaics of sea life watch over the International Boardwalk while bronze forms of sea animals stand frozen in time along the Avenue of Arts & Crafts.

Make Redondo Beach your starting point for daytrips to Southern California attractions

We are 20 miles from Staples Center, Dodger Stadium, and the Aquarium of the Pacific.

Area freeways connect to Knott’s Berry Farm, Disneyland, and Universal Studios Hollywood 30 miles away.

More to Sea  Enjoy free concerts on the Pier Thursday and Saturday evenings