Why We Love Redondo Beach
Redondo Beach is a coastal city, located in the South Bay of Greater Los Angeles. It's adjacent to Hermosa Beach, and is situated along the Pacific Coast Highway before it enters the estate neighborhoods to the south. The city is a full-service one, with its own public works departments, two public libraries, fifteen parks, thirteen parkettes, a large recreational and commercial harbor, and a performing arts center. This older seaside city has its own Redondo Beach Historical Museum, located in the 1904 Queen Anne House, containing a collection of artifacts, memorabilia, photographs, and more. In addition, there's a Heritage Court, where visitors can walk through the Victorian-style courtyard and rose garden. In addition, Redondo has Old Salt Lake, a historical landmark of Los Angeles County known for its evaporation pond and salt industry.
The city is notable for its beauty, and can be seen in a number of television and film pieces. Specifically, the Redondo Pier has been used in music videos and many TV episodes. Part of the reason for its fame is the Redondo Fun Factory, one of the few old-school arcades still left in Los Angeles. Moreover, Redondo Beach is known for its non-traditionally shaped Municipal Pier and sandy beach, both frequented by families and tourists alike. The beach is popular amongst those who adore sports, with beach volleyball and surfing both happening daily. Within the beach, the Seaside Lagoon is a popular spot for those looking to lounge in the water for a summertime swim.