Balboa Pavilion

Description

Listed on the National Register of Historical Places, the Balboa Pavilion has been a hub of recreational life in seaside Southern California since 1906. A designated California landmark, the Pavilion was once the southern terminus of the Pacific Electric Railway, and the venue for everything from Big Band shows, a bowling alley, and an art museum, to an array of fishing and boating attractions. Today, the Pavilion houses a variety of activities and services, including the Catalina Passenger Service, which operates the Catalina Flyer high-speed, round-trip luxury ferry service to Catalina Island; the elegant Harborside Restaurant and Ballroom, a popular draw for its premier dining and banquet facilities featuring panoramic waterfront views; and Davey's Locker, offering sport-fishing and whale-watching excursions for fishing and marine life enthusiasts. Visitors will also find a tackle shop and seasonal skiff rentals for harbor fishing and coastal sightseeing.

Address

400 Main St
Newport Beach, CA 92661

Lat/Long

33.60237600, -117.89909800
Visit Website
(800) 830-7744

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