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10 Things to Do in San Pedro, CA

Gaurav Kadam Jul 3, 2019
Home to the busiest port in the US, San Pedro has places that are totally insta worthy. With flourishing history, it also has a cult-level food scene.

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Stroll at the Port of Los Angeles

Surrounded by historical landmarks, it is America’s premier gateway for international commerce.

Hear the Korean Bell of Friendship

Gifted by the South Korean government to the US on the occasion of its 200th anniversary, it is rung 13 times on the first Saturday of each month at noon.

Ride through the Vincent Thomas Bridge

It is the world's only suspension bridge supported completely on piles!

Blockbuster movies including Gone in 60 Seconds, Charlie’s Angles and Inception have been shot at this spectacular bridge.

Marvel at the Los Angeles Harbor Light

Also known as Angels Gate Light, it is the only light house in the world that emits an emerald-colored light.

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The Sunken City

Cordoned off for public, view from afar the ruins of the beach-side homes that were devastated in the 1929 landslide.

White Point Beach

Sit in solitude on the rocky coast and listen to the melody of the waves hitting the shore. You can also go on a hiking trail at the nature preserve.

Point Fermin Lighthouse

Witness the Victorian architectural style of this 1874-built lighthouse. It offers a picturesque view of the Pacific coastline.
Explore the magnificent architecture of the San Pedro City Hall.

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Visit the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium that houses the largest collection of Southern California marine life in the world.

J. Trani's Ristorante

Nearing its 100th year, this restaurant is famous for its grilled octopus, lasagna, and black truffle carbonara.