Unique Proposal Spots in Long Beach
With long sandy beaches, fairy tale canals, heart swelling sunsets and inspired ocean creatures, Long Beach is full of beautiful places to pop the question. You know, THE Question. Proposals happen all over the city, from messages placed in bobbing bottles to one’s given via sea lion. In a city made for memories, there’s lots of choices in choosing where to ask your chosen. We propose these!
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LIONS LIGHTHOUSE FOR SIGHT
One of the great gathering places in the city, especially on the Fourth of July, the Lions Lighthouse For Sight (200 Aquarium Way) was funded by the Long Beach Lions Club and dedicated in 2000 to highlight the organization's quest of “ending blindness in the world.” The 10-story structure rises from a small circled peninsula surrounded by the shimmering water of Rainbow Harbor. Referred to as a “faux” lighthouse, since its light is not really designed for shipping purposes, it is nonetheless highly photogenic and therefore highly Instagrammable, making it one of the top spots in the city for social media moments. Not surprisingly, this fact makes it a place to not only pop the question, but chronicle the very romantic, very Long Beach moment.