Summer is the season to explore Long Beach. And Long Beach Transit is the best way to get around. Go straight to activities like the Pirate Invasion and Moonlight Movies on the Beach - check below for all the summer happenings with LBT.
Weekends in July and August are for art, history and culture. LBT’s Museum Express takes you directly from Downtown Long Beach to over a dozen must-see venues in the LA area. And this year, for the first time, Museum Express is expanding its service to the Morongo Casino in Palm Springs.
Purchase your ticket ahead of time using the Token Transit app. For instructions on how to use the app, as well as participating museums and route schedules, visit lbtransit.com/express.
Moonlight Movies on the Beach
We’ll see you at the movies - literally! Come say hi at the LBT booth when you head to the beach for Alfredo’s Moonlight Movies on the Beach. We’ll be there with games, prizes, and information about all things LBT.
And this year, don’t miss out on Transit Night at Shoreline Village. For the first time one of the Moonlight Movies will be shown in Shoreline Village and the best part is you can arrive there by boat! AquaLink will take you to this stop from Alamitos Bay or the Queen Mary for just $5. Check back for more details about this special night.
Transit Night at Shoreline Village
The only thing better than watching Avengers: Infinity War with your family and friends is taking LB Transit by land or sea directly to the movie. Hop on our Water Taxis or take the free Passport bus to join us for Transit Night! You can reserve your spot starting at 5pm, the movie will play at sundown. See you there!View a full list of Movies and Dates View Water Taxi Schedules
Long Beach's 2018 Water Taxi Season has begun! LBT always has a plan to get you around the city, whether you're looking to travel by bus or go off-roading Long Beach style. For just $5/ride you can take AquaLink to any of the below stops and start your Long Beach adventure.
AquaLink Stops and Points of Interest - Plan your #LBTinerary:
Alamitos Bay: Enjoy waterfront dining and drinking at Ballast Point or Boathouse on the Bay. Or work up an appetite by peddling your way through the bay with water bike rentals. LBT connection: Route 131 to Main Street Seal Beach or back to Belmont Shore for shopping and dining.
Queen Mary: Board the famed 1930's vessel that came to rest in Long Beach in 1967 for a historic experience featuring sightseeing, tours, and food and drink.
Aquarium of the Pacific: For over 20 years the Aquarium of the Pacific and all of its inhabitants have been a source of wonder and education for all who step through her doors.
Shoreline Village: Experience the ultimate in family fun. Stroll through a carnival-like atmosphere and revel in restaurants, arcades, and candy stores that bring you back to another time and place.
Hotel Maya: With stunning views and a menu to match, the Hotel Maya gives visitors a Long Beach experience unlike any other.
For schedules and Token Transit information visit lbtransit.com/aqualink.