Luxury Beach living in Santa Monica
When rides, games, and treats meet the seaside, magic happens, and we all turn into kids again at Pacific Park. Take a spin on the Pacific Wheel Ferris wheel, which becomes a multicolored light show at night.
The Aero Theatre was built back in 1939 and recently underwent a $1 million restoration. This classic movie theater is the ideal choice for viewing both classic movies and up-to-the-minute independent releases, which often feature after-show Q&As.
Javier Campines Dance
Put out the good foot and get adept at sultry Latin dances at Javier Campines Dance. The beginners’ class teaches the basics of salsa and bachata, while intermediate and advanced classes hone skills and perfect partner work. If flying solo, a partner will be supplied for the group classes.
California Heritage Museum
A unique museum that features revolving exhibits of photography, art, pottery, and furniture related to California history and culture is its own artifact: The museum itself has been built into a late 19th-century house.
Looking for a beautiful sunset view with a beautiful price point? Head over to Palisades Park, a 26.4-acre recreation area perched on coastal sandstone bluffs overlooking the ocean. Or visit during the day and stop by the Santa Monica Visitor Information Kiosk. The park is also walking distance from Santa Monica Pier and Third Street Promenade.
Annenberg community beach house
The Beach House is a unique community destination. With spectacular views, splash pad, playground, gallery, Marion Davies Guest House, beach courts & fields, community & cultural events, historic pool, and so much fun for everyone to enjoy!