Laguna Beach Attractions
Laguna Art Museum. Located on the Pacific Coast Highway, the Laguna Art Museum features changing exhibits on Californian art from contemporary artists. The museum also showcases a permanent exhibit of landscapes, photographs, and other works by early Laguna Beach artists.
Pacific Marine Mammal Center. For animal lovers, this center located on Laguna Canyon road is run by a nonprofit organization that is devoted to helping and rehabilitating injured marine animals. A small staff dedicates their time and efforts in nursing rescued sea lions and seals back to health. Volunteers and donations are always welcome.
Beaches. Laguna Beach has 27 beaches and coves stretched over 7 miles of coastline. Head over to Main Beach, which features volleyball and basketball courts and a playground for kids. If swimming is your thing, Main Beach is the best beach to go to. Picnic Beach is the place to go for tide pools, while Divers Cove is popular among snorkelers and divers.
Hobie Surf Shop. Before you get your stoke on, head first to Hobart “Hobie” Alter’s surf shop. Hobart started this line back in the 1950s in his parents’ garage. This is where beach bums and surfers get their stylish beachwear and surfboards that come in a wide variety of styles and colors.