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300 East Ocean Boulevard
Long Beach, California 90802
Tel: 562-436-3636
Fax: 562-436-9491

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The Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center facilities include the Long Beach Arena and Exhibition Halls, the Terrace and Center Theaters, Ballroom and Meeting Rooms.

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The Shrine Auditorium
Moscone Center
Universal Studios Hollywood
Anaheim Convention Center
Official Site
Getty Museum


Long Beach Convention Center



Long Beach is located in southern LA, California, USA. The R.M.S Queen Mary houses in Long Beach since her retirement and now follows as a hotel, convention center, and visitor attraction. The Long Beach Convention Center was built in 1962, on the location of the Long Beach Municipal Auditorium situated on Queensway Bay the building adjoins the Shoreline Village shopping mall, the Aquarium of the Pacific and the historic Queen Mary ship. The center features 3 exhibition halls with close to 214,000 square feet of space for all type of conventions, trade shows, consumer shows and special events. A large arena seats 11,300 visitors.

You will also find the 3,052 seat Terrance Theater along with the adjoining 826 seat Center Theater. As we move further to hunt down the place we come across two ballrooms - the Grand Ballroom which seats up to 2000 and the Promenade Ballroom which seats up to 1411. All together, there are 34 meeting rooms, which estimate to the total space of 82,725 square feet.

Entertainment Center is an attractive and splendid multiplex located on the Pacific Ocean and is among the rare sea front lodgings in the country. It was originally built in 1978 and expanded in 1994 with an addition of over 201,000 square feet. An extraordinary glass track and lobby overlooks the incredible beachfront, and their costly windows produce splendid views of The Queen Mary, Aquarium of the Pacific and the Downtown skyline. A beautiful reflection in a beautiful mirror enhances the work enjoyment. The Center's exterior combines an outdoor extension that easily links to shops restaurants, hotels, attractions and the Pacific Ocean. The lots at the center are open two hours before the opening of doors and one hour after the event. The Long Beach convention has three parking areas - the terrace theater parking, the arena parking and the promenade parking that is open for conventions, trade shows, and special events.