The total driving distance from LAX to Long Beach, CA is 22 miles or 35 kilometers.
Your trip begins at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California. It ends in Long Beach, California.
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It’s just a short trip from Los Angeles (LAX) to Long Beach but The Urban Waterfront Playground has lots to offer for those looking for recreation, cruises or interesting nightlife by the sea.
Take a one-hour cruise to Catalina Island. The island has hiking trails, zip line tour, biking trails, and crystal blue waters for snorkeling, kayaking and sailing. Check out the shops and dine in one of the oceanfront restaurants. Or tee off at the challenging Catalina Island Golf Course, the oldest operating golf course west of the Rocky Mountains.
For the ultimate relaxation, go to Island Catalina Spa, where 15, 000 square feet of indoor and outdoor spaces with harbor view are developed just for relaxation.
Visit the Queen Mary ship, the historic World War II troopship and ocean liner that made her final voyage in 1967. She is located on Queens Highway Long Beach. Take a guided tour and find out more about the Isolation Wards, aft Machine Rooms and more. Or spend a night in the original First Class Stateroom like the elites you read in history books.
Wine and dine at Queen Mary’s Observation Bar and Art Deco Lounge. You can find many more nightspots in the East Village, Belmont Shore and downtown Long Beach areas.
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