Arts & Culture
Culture around every corner.
To many, the ocean is music to the ears. It’s never been more true than in Long Beach where world-class arts and cultural exhibition complement a spectacular seaside locale. Catch a musical masterpiece at the waterside Long Beach Performing Arts Center, home to the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra, Long Beach Opera and International City Theater. Enjoy a million-dollar ocean view atop the bluffs at the Long Beach Museum of Art, housed in a historic Craftsman mansion and featuring an acclaimed museum café and gift shop. Immerse yourself in the dynamic culture of the Museum of Latin American Art (MoLAA), or explore the eclectic East Village Arts District.
The 1936 art deco ocean liner Queen Mary, hotel, restaurants and tours.
The Art Theatre of Long Beach is one of the oldest Movie theatres in Long Beach. Originally built in 1924, the interior and exterior have been lovingly restored and…
The arts council for the City of Long Beach & a leading source for advancing the arts .
The Carpenter Center is a multi-use performing arts theatre.
The Dark Art Emporium specializes in the strange and unusual because we all are strange and unusual.
A museum and research center, which exhibits and preserves local history.
Long Beach's resident professional award-winning, non-profit theatre.
The Long Beach Camerata Singers is dedicated to excellence in choral music.
Used year round by conventions, meetings, tradeshows, special events and local performing groups.
Offers tours of the Bembridge House and of the architectural & historic sites of Downtown Long Beach.
Featuring a lively program of changing exhibitions, a charming bluff-top café and Museum store.
Founded in 1979, the Long Beach Opera is the oldest operatic producing company in the metropolitan Los Angeles/Orange County region. Following a period of early growth…