Long Beach Grand Prix takes place September 24-26, 2021.
- Things To Do
- Food & Drink
- Plan Your Trip
We hope you’re ready to wear your red, white, and blue because the most patriotic holiday is quickly approaching!
If you have spent a Fourth of July with us before, then you know that our city is anything but boring when this holiday comes around, and we love that! So, we’ve gathered some of the happening spots for you to take your celebrations.
Aquarium of the Pacific - July 4th BBQ & Discounted Late Night
Boathouse on the Bay - Big Bang on the Bay (July 3)
Harbor Breeze Cruises - Fireworks Cruises (July 3 & 4)
Hotel Maya - 4th of July BBQ Buffet & Fireworks
Parkers’ Lighthouse - 4th of July Party
The Great American Kids' Bike Parade
The Queen Mary - All American 4th of July
The Reef - Red, White, & Boom Party
This one may be obvious, but we still wanted to include it on our list. You’ll have to stake your spot early, as the beach (and the bay) is a popular hangout destination for this summer holiday. So get those pop ups, coolers, towels, and beach balls ready for some fun in the sand. And be sure to stay until sundown so you can watch The Queen Mary’s firework show along the shoreline. You may even be able to see fireworks from other cities up/down the coast!