Things To Do in El Segundo, CA

Things to Do in El Segundo

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With something for everyone, you'll never have a dull moment.

Whether you’re planning a day trip with friends, a summer vacation with the family or a romantic getaway for two, El Segundo has so much to offer. With a long list of unique attractions and entertainment options, it's easy to plan an itinerary that’s packed with your particular brand of fun. While it may sound like a cliche, there really is something for everyone. And because El Segundo is one of Southern California’s best-kept secrets, you can skip the crowds and get right to the good stuff.

Riding Bike at the BeachIf you’re looking for a laid-back weekend devoted to rest and relaxation, El Segundo is just what the doctor ordered. Soak up some sun on the beach, play a round of golf or sip a glass of wine on a cozy restaurant patio. Or, get in touch with your creative side at the El Segundo Museum of Art (ESMoA) or the Old Town Music Hall. Then, experience the arts and culture scene like a local during the El Segundo Art Walk, a free downtown event that opens the doors of the city’s best arts-based businesses and galleries and features an impressive line-up of food trucks and restaurant fare.

Traveling with your kids? Catch a movie at the local ArcLight Cinemas or make big-game memories at the Toyota Sports Center. The Automobile Driving Museum is a must-see for kids and adults alike. There, all your auto-filled dreams can come true when you take a ride through El Segundo in your favorite vintage car. Sports fan? Catch a South Bay Lakers G-league game or watch the Kings practice. Shop like a local at the city farmers market and several top shopping districts in the region — just make sure you leave plenty of room in your suitcase to bring back all your shopping finds!

El Segundo is a one-of-a-kind SoCal destination that offers the perfect trip, no matter what your travel style. Discover your next great vacation with a visit to the West Coast’s hidden gem, El Segundo.