Los Angeles (Long Beach), CA
Cruises from Long Beach depart year-round.
Long Beach, CA, located about 20 miles south of Los Angeles, is the perfect destination for leisure seekers. Beautifully situated along the Pacific Coast, the city provides unique dining experiences and an array of shopping choices. The port is adjacent to the RMS Queen Mary, the legendary liner launched in 1936, and used during WWII to transport military personnel. The Queen Mary retired to Long Beach in 1967 and now serves as a hotel. Be sure to visit the Aquarium of the Pacific, home to more than 12,000 animals, and featuring a shark lagoon. Next door is Rainbow Harbor and Shoreline Village, offering restaurants and arcades, perfect for the whole family. Long Beach is also home to a variety of cultural events, music festivals and sporting events. Los Angeles is served by both the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach.
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Driving Directions and Parking Information for the Port of Long Beach
Port of Long Beach
The Long Beach Cruise Terminal is located 23 miles from Los Angeles International Airport. Parking is available at a rate of $17.00 per day in the parking garage.
From the North - Take 405 South to 710 South. The 710 Freeway ends at the Long Beach Port Facility. Follow the directional signs to the Long Beach Cruise Terminal.
From the South - Take I-5 North to 405 North. Take the 710 Freeway south until it ends at the Long Beach Port Facility. Follow the directional signs to the Long Beach Cruise Terminal.