ART INSTITUTE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
2222 Laguna Canyon Road
Laguna Beach, California
Offers four year degrees in Fine Arts, Drawing, Painting, and Illustration in addition to adult and children extension classes. 949-376-6000

BETTE DAVIS HOUSE
1991 Ocean Way
Laguna Beach, California
English Tudor home, built in 1929, which overlooks beautiful Wood's Cove. Bette Davis lived here during the early 1940's.

CITY HALL
505 Forest Avenue
Laguna Beach, California
Built in 1951 in Mediterranean Revival style, it stands next to a heritage pepper tree that was planted in 1881. The adjacent Fire Department was built in 1931. 949-497-3311

COPE HOUSE
412 Glenneyre
Laguna Beach, California
The oldest remaining dwelling in downtown Laguna, built in 1897 in Settlement style.

EDWARDS SOUTH COAST LAGUNA CINEMA
162 South Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California
Built in 1934 in the Mediterranean Revival style. First building in Laguna to be constructed of steel and concrete.

ESCHBACH BUILDING
305 Forest Avenue
Laguna Beach, California
Built in 1927 in an eclectic style with Normandy Revival influence, it started out as the home to South Coast News.

GALLERY ROW
300-500 North Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California
Declared "GalleryRow" in 1960: this area currently has 12 fine art galleries. The Sawdust Festival began here in 1965 and moved to its current location in 1968.

GREETER STATUES
329 South Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California
1212 South Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California
Laguna's beloved and famous Greeter, Eilar Larsen, has been memorialized by two statues - one in front of the Greeters Corner Restaurant.

HEISLER POINT
On coastal bluff just north of Main Beach. This spot, with a gazebo, offers a beautiful view of Laguna's coastline and is a popular wedding site.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY - LAGUNA BEACH
278 Ocean Avenue
Laguna Beach, California
Located in the Murphy-Smith House. Built 1920 in Builder Bungalow style, this building is an example of an early Laguna Beach cottage. Open to the public Thursday - Sunday 1 to 4 PM Free.

HOTEL LAGUNA
425 South Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California
Originally a wooden structure built in 1888, it was reconstructed in 1930 in its current Mission Revival style. The hotel has an attractive garden with gazebo, and along its main hallway are displayed fascinating photos of old Laguna.

HORTENSE MILLER GARDENS
2 1/2 beautiful acres on the upper slopes of north Laguna: includes 1500 plant species. Two hour docent-lead, garden tours begin at 10 am on Wednesday, Saturday and alternating Tuesday and Thursday. Reservations required and must be made 2 - 6 weeks in advance. No children. Free. 949-497-3311 ext. 426

LAGUNA ART MUSEUM
307 Cliff Drive
Laguna Beach, California
949-494-8971 / 949-494-1530 FAX
E-Mail: Laguna Art Museum
The Laguna Art Museum (the oldest cultural institution in Orange County) is a museum of American art with a special focus on the art of California. Its purpose is to provide the public with exposure to art, and to promote understanding of the role of art and artists in American culture through collection, conservation, exhibition, research, scholarship and education. The Museum is open daily from 11am – 5 pm and 11am to 9pm every first Thursday of the month.

LAGUNA PLAYHOUSE
606 Laguna Canyon Road
Laguna Beach, California
Founded in 1920, it is one of the regions premier professional theaters, offering a 5-play main stage season and a 4-play children's season in the beautiful 400 seat Moulton Theater. Season runs September through June. 949-494-8021

LAGUNA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
625 Park Avenue
Laguna Beach, California
Its student body and sports teams are known as the "Artists."

LIFEGUARD TOWER
At Main Beach was originally part of a gas station built across the street in the mid 1930's. When the station was demolished, the tower was moved to its present location and converted for lifeguard purposes. The current Lifeguard Headquarters is at the north end of Main Beach.

"LIGHTHOUSE" TOWER
On the hill opposite the Festival of Arts grounds. What many have thought was a old lighthouse, never was. In 1935 the tower was built in the Mediterranean Revival style as a vent for the flow of treated sewage; however, it no longer serves that purpose today.

OLDEST REMAINING HOUSE IN LAGUNA BEACH
154 Pearl Street
Laguna Beach, California
Built in 1883 with wood floated in from boats, wood from shipwrecks and driftwood.

ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
363 Glenneyre Street
Laguna Beach, California
Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 - 9 PM, Thursday 10 am - 6 PM, Friday and Saturday 10 am - 5 PM 949-497-1733

PACIFIC MARINE MAMMAL CENTER
20612 Laguna Canyon Road
Laguna Beach, California 92651
(949) 494-3050 / (949) 494-2802 FAX
Provides medical care for sick and injured seals and sea lions with the the goal of returning them to the wild. Open daily 10 am to 4 pm. Free Admission.

PEPPERTREE LANE
448 South Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, California
The Peppertree Lane is a historic building (1934) originally built around a pepper tree. When passing through the arched brick entries of this Laguna Beach landmark, one can leave reality behind and experience the mood of a European holiday..

ST. FRANCIS BY-THE-SEA CATHOLIC CHURCH
430 Park Avenue
Laguna Beach, California
Built in 1933 after the 1933 Long Beach earthquake materials destined for the Long Beach National Register of Historic Places.