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Art & Culture

Golden West College Theater

Offering live stage productions from October throught May. The theater also provides concerts and dance productions throughout the year.

15744 Golden West Street
Huntington Beach, CA

Theater Info Line: 714-895-8150

Huntington Beach Playhouse

The Mission of the Huntington Beach Playhouse is to provide the community with the best possible experience and enjoyment available in the cultural arts. Presenting productions in the dramatic, comedy and musical arts for the entertainment of our patrons.

International Surfing Museum

Home to a collection of some of the most significant artifacts in the history of surfing. With surf music and videos playing in the background, you'll be in the mood to view the many fine exhibits.

411 Olive Ave.
Huntington Beach 92648

(714) 960-3483



Fun For Kids

BounceU of Huntington Beach

Turn a normal old weekday into a celebration by coming to one of our Open Bounce events with the coolest, most funormous inflatables around. When not hosting birthday parties, BounceU holds events throughout the week where kids can come bounce off the walls and burn off all that pent-up energy! Check out their Calendar to see all the fun ways they'll be turning up the huge inflatable fun at BounceU.

Phone: (714) 892-4842



Outdoors & Recreation

Beach Information

This city hosts one of the largest pleasure piers in the world and offers miles of spacious, sandy beaches.

Get information on Huntington Beach State and City beach as well as Bolsa Chica.

Bolsa Chica Wetlands

Bolsa Chica Wetlands is a 300 acre coastal sanctuary for wildlife and migratory birds.

Located off Pacific Coast Highway
(between Seapoint & Warner Ave)

Huntington Beach Pier

Built in 1914, this 1,800 foot pier was shut down in July 1988 after officials found it no longer was structurally safe. After being rebuilt, it is a blend of old and new in design. On the pier you can fish, eat, shop, experience spectacular views of some of the world's best surfers and watch indescribable Pacific Ocean sunsets. Year round events can also be found such as surfing contests and concerts.

Huntington Beach Central Park

350 acres consisting of beautiful trees and foliage plus six miles of trails. Includes a frisbee disc course, dog park, free concerts, playgrounds and nature center.

Park entrances can be found on Edwards, GoldenWest, Gothard, Slater, and Talbert Streets

Shipley Nature Center

Opened in 1974, the Shipley Nature Center is an 18-acre fenced natural area within Huntington Beach Central Park, CA. Named after former Mayor Donald D. Shipley, the center is owned by the City of Huntington Beach. The Nature Center includes 4,000 feet of trails that meander through several habitats, including oak woodlands, Torrey pines, meadows, and Blackbird Pond, a natural freshwater wetland with mature willows and sycamores. Within the Nature Center is a 1,500 sq. ft. Interpretive Building with exhibits on local wildlife and ecology.

Huntington Central Park Dog Park

A small fenced dog park is located in Huntington Central Park. This area is provided for dogs to run free without leashes. Posted rules must be obeyed and one area is provided for larger dogs, with another for small dogs and puppies.

Central Park
18000 Goldenwest Street



Shopping & Entertainment

Downtown Huntington Beach - Huntington Beach

Throughout the Downtown District in Huntington Beach there are more than 250 unique and exciting businesses that line the streets offering one-of-a-kind experiences for residents and visitors alike.

Huntington Beach

Huntington Harbour Mall

A neighborhood friendly shopping center located in the heart of Huntington Beach, CA. Home to many fine retailer, restaurants and services. Take a stroll through the courtyard and discover one of Southern California's favorite neighborhoods.

16897 Algonquin
Huntington Beach

Old World Village

Old World Village is a very unique shopping, dining, beauty, arts and entertainment center, located on 8 acres in Huntington Beach. You're invited you to take a stroll through the cobble stone streets and shop at the many specialty stores and services in this charming replica of a German Bavarian town. In addition to the many shops, Old World Village is home to many fine dining options as well as entertainment and events including the 9 week celebration Oktoberfest from September to the end of October.



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