Quality Inn & Suites Artesia - Cerritos
16905 S. Pioneer Blvd.
Artesia, CA 90701
Phone: (562) 402-2202
Fax: (562) 924-3623
16905 S. Pioneer Blvd., Artesia, CA, US, 90701
- Phone: (562) 402-2202
- Fax: (562) 924-3623
This innovative arts center opened in 1993 and is ideally located near the border of Los Angeles and Orange county. Designed to accommodate all types of performance events, both the stage and floor seating can be efficiently transformed for each production. The 1,700 seat venue is booked year round with a variety of acts ranging from jazz to opera to classic rock, and has hosted such esteemed talents as the Royal Shakespeare Company and The Boston Pops. The center also offers for banquet facilities where private gatherings and weddings can be conducted. Call for reservations.
The Norwalk Moose Lodge is a entertainment and meeting place of the members of Loyal Order of Moose. The idea behind this group is to form an organization that together works for the betterment of community. Though a few events at the Lodge are for members only, majority of the functions are open to general public. Fund-raisers, live music concerts, fun nights with games like Bingo and pool and host of other activities are held here. For more details about the group and events, check website.
First-class movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that also features comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
The Veterans Stadium was opened in 1948 and is presently run and managed by the Long Beach City College. The stadium is famous for inter high school football matches drawing in large crowds from the surrounding areas. The venue has also been used in various Hollywood movies and has also hosted the 1985 Motorcycle Speedway World Team Cup Final. On the third Sunday of every month over 800 antique dealers showcase their wares on this ground, making it one of the best flea markets in Long Beach.
Located in the beautiful Orange County city of Los Alamitos, this racetrack has offered live Quarter Horse and Thoroughbred wagering for over 63 years. Today, the racetrack continues to draw in diverse crowds and is one of the most popular entertainment venues in the area. Housed within the stands of the racetrack is the prestigious Vessel Club Restaurant, featuring an array of premium cocktails and American cuisine. Other events such as the annual wienerschnitzel race also take place here. Visit the website for race times and other information.
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown on 15 screens at this cinema that also features comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
The AJCC features a variety of entertainment for the whole family. This Long Beach community center offers classes and workshops, recreation, art, cultural events and much more. Youth programs allow kids to explore their creativity, and the venue hosts a variety of family-friendly events throughout the year. Visit the website for more details and a calendar of events.
The Carpenter Performing Arts Center is redefining the meaning of entertainment in Southern California. Established in 1994 in honor of Richard and Karen Carpenter, the center hosts an appealing mix of performers appealing to a broad cross section of the public. Featuring an eclectic mix of dance, theater, film, music, and family events, this venue is one of Long Beach's premier entertainment spots. For information on upcoming events, visit their website.
Located a few minutes away from Downtown Los Angeles, The Bicycle Casino is the place to be if you're into gambling as this place ranks as one of the world's largest casinos. If spinning the wheel of fortune is not your thing, you could try your luck at Blackjack or Texas Holdem poker games. Gaming and fun is not the only thing worthwhile here, there is also a deli and a grill where some fine world cuisines are served. For those who like to hit the bottle there is also a bar where you can indulge in the world's most famous wines and liquor.
With its cobalt blue 18-storey pyramid towering into the cool grey skies, the Walter Pyramid is one of the most dramatic athletic facilities in Long Beach. Named after Dr. Mike and Arlene Walter in 2005 for their donations, this center attracts film crews in plenty and with good reason too. A conference center within hosts seminars, conferences, product launches, banquets and lectures. A visit here promises to be a delightful experience, but even if you don't, spotting this colossal structure is inevitable from any side of the city.
Each labor day weekend, this event offers three days of music, food and fun.
This professional baseball organization hosts games at Blair Field and offers affordable family entertaiment.