Seal Beach

Discover endless Orange County thrills in Seal Beach, California. Ayres Hotel Seal Beach offers convenient access to the area's top attractions and things to do. Go fishing or sunbathing near historic Seal Beach Pier or shopping and dining on Main Street. World-class golf courses, museums, annual events, and plenty of stunning beaches make Seal Beach an ideal Orange County retreat. Seal Beach is also home to Leisure World, a residential retirement community of 9,000.

Seal Beach Pier

There's always something going on at the Seal Beach Pier. Near-perfect waves and warm Southern California sun make Seal Beach an ideal spot for surfing, sunbathing, playing beach volleyball, or participating in the multitude of beachside recreation activities. Relax on the one mile stretch of white sand with a good book, or enjoy sunset fishing on Seal Beach Pier. Nearby Seal Beach beaches include Surfside and Sunset Beach.

Main Street

When you're not catching waves at Seal Beach Pier, experience historic charm on Main Street. This bustling thoroughfare is the vibrant heart of Seal Beach and offers a glimpse of small-town life in Orange County. Discover three blocks packed with unique gift shops, art galleries, and antique stores. There are a variety of restaurants and eateries that are sure to satisfy the appetite of even the pickiest of eaters.

Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge

Explore 1,000 acres as part of the Anaheim Bay Estuary, where lush landscaping and picturesque saltwater marshes create a stunning natural habitat. Located in the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge is a nature lover's retreat. Come face to face with monarch butterflies, green sea turtles, golden eagles and a variety of shorebirds and waterfowl.

The Red Car Historical Museum

Learn about the fascinating history and heritage of Seal Beach, California at the Red Car Museum. An authentic Pacific Electric Right of Way. Car No. 1734 houses a unique collection of memorabilia, signs, pictures and other Seal Beach artifacts. Although the museum is small, it's the perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon.

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