Venice Beach Boardwalk
deenesfritnlpt-brru

Los Angeles, California

Fun Things to do in Santa Monica

June 3, 2011

If accommodation is the primary requirement when going for a vacation in Santa Monica, Venice Beach Cotel might be the next best thing that you need. What about the things that you can do in Santa Monica? Apart from staying in a cozy and accommodating Los Angeles Hostel, there is surely something else that you want to do with your family?

1. Spend time in Santa Monica Beaches

Santa Monica Beaches stretches out for 3.5 miles between Venice and Malibu. This is a perfect venue for you to read a good book, relax or walk barefooted on the sand.

2. Visit the Santa Monica Pier

It is the oldest pier on the West Coast which was featured in the award-winning movie “Forrest Gump.” The pier is open all throughout the year which is perfect for sunset viewing and for people rekindling their love under the stars.

3. Take a look at the 9-story Ferris wheel

Located at the Pacific Park, the only solar-powered Ferris wheel not found anywhere else in the world is one of the most visited areas in Santa Monica.

4. Watch 3rd Street Promenade at Night

If you are the type who enjoys street performances and entertainments then this would be one of the exciting events in Santa Monica. Instead of curling up in your bed at Venice Beach Cotel where you’re staying, you can stop by to watch dancers, mimes, acrobats and a whole lot more.

5. Take a stroll on the Douglas Park

It is located at the midtown are of Santa Monica. You can take a stroll with kids, spend a day on shady picnic tables and let the kids run around the sandy playground.

Santa Monica is a haven of many activities. You’ll never run out of exciting things to do in the area – what’s more is that some of these activities can be done for free.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Like on Facebook


Twitter Update

    follow me on Twitter
    loading