EXPLORE LONG BEACH
The 2015 NAESP Annual Conference & Exposition will take place in sunny, Long Beach, California. This
year’s event will take place at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Long Beach is a great place to visit. Day or night you’ll find something to do.
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Long Beach Attractions
Take a journey of discovery through a one million gallon aquarium at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long
Beach, California. Meet more than 11,000 animals in over 50 exhibits as you explore sunny Southern
California and Baja, the frigid waters of the Northern Pacific, and the colorful reefs of the Tropical
Transport yourself back in time aboard the legendary Queen Mary. Once the grandest ocean liner in the
world, the Queen Mary is now a full-service Long Beach hotel, historical landmark, and entertainment venue.
The Queen Mary gives visitors a unique glimpse into a bygone era when steamships were the most regal way to
Stretching between Cherry and Junipero, the district is home to an exciting group of 40+ independent
merchants. Kitchy and hip and always hospitable, 4th Street features vintage & contemporary clothing,
furniture & accessories, art, antiques & collectibles, books, roller skates & skate boards as well as a
locally owned restaurants, coffee shops and wine bars.
A candy-colored village that provides the young-at-heart with a boardwalk experience that recalls the
bygone days of Long Beach’s legendary Pike Pier. Shoreline Village is your unique destination to take a
whimsical carousel ride or spend a couple of hours brushing up on your skeet-ball skills in an old-fashioned
arcade, all while indulging your sweet tooth on cotton candy, funnel cake and more.
Off the coast of Long Beach, California sits Catalina Island and its picturesque town of Avalon. Catalina
is famous for its Mediterranean climates, laid back lifestyle and abundance of activities.
Celebrating its 78th season, the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra is one of Southern California’s most
professional and celebrated performing arts institutions.
Get more helpful information on visiting Long Beach at: http://www.visitlongbeach.com