Nearby Attractions

• John Wayne Airport (SNA): is located 16 miles from Leisure World. The largest airlines operating out of JWA include Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Alaska Airlines.
• Long Beach Airport (LGB) is located seven miles from Leisure World. The airport offers 24 nonstop destinations from Long Beach Airport on Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines and Southwest Airlines. 
• Los Angeles Airport (LAX) is located 22 miles from Leisure World. It is the fourth busiest airport in the world with many airlines and domestic and foreign destinations.
Angel Stadium

The Angel’s Stadium is located in Anaheim.  It is a ballpark and home to the Los Angeles Angels.  Come visit this recently renovated stadium and enjoy the ball game and crowd or even an occasional concert.
Aquarium of the Pacific

The Aquarium of the Pacific is located along the Los Angeles coast in Long Beach.  The non-profit aquarium exhibits over 11,000 marine animals and is active in the conservation and habitat cleanup community.
California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Long Beach, a public research university in Long Beach, is four miles from Leisure World. The 322-acre campus is the second largest in the California State University system. CSULB includes the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute that offers up to 80 non-credit courses to people 50 and older for free or nominal fees.
Carpenter Center for the Performing Arts
The Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center in Long Beach, hosts a variety of events, including films, forums, and musical and theatrical performances. The venue is located on the campus of California State University, Long Beach. It was built in 1994 and has seating for 1,054.
Disneyland Resort

Disneyland is one of the most popular destinations here in Orange County. The amusement park is also known as the “happiest place on earth” and has many opportunities for shopping, rides, and dining.
Honda Center

The Honda Center is located in Anaheim.  It is an indoor arena and home to the Anaheim Ducks.  When it isn’t hockey season, the Honda Center is used for various events and concerts.
Huntington Beach
Huntington Beach is known for surf beaches, the Huntington Beach Pier and the International Surfing Museum. Bike trails paralleling sandy beaches, bonfire pits and the 1,850-foot pier are yearlong attractions.  
Knott’s Berry Farm
Located 17 miles from Leisure World, the once small family farm has grown into the Knott's Berry Farm theme park, Knott's Soak City Waterpark and Knott's Hotel.  
La Mirada Theatre

The La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, now in its fourth decade, is a 1,251-seat venue featuring award-winning plays and musicals. It produces the critically acclaimed Onstage series, a wide range of special events and a children’s series, Programs for Young Audiences. The theater is also home to Phantom Projects Theatre for Teens and the La Mirada Symphony. 
Long Beach Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier
This is a popular site for fishing and strolling located at 35 39th Place. Sport Fishing can be accessed at the end of the pier, as well as a snack stand and bait shop.
Long Beach Playhouse
The Long Beach Playhouse, 5021 East Anaheim St., Long Beach, established in 1929, is the one of the longest continually running community theaters in the western U.S. The Mainstage has a thrust stage with horseshoe seating for 200 on three sides. Contemporary and classic dramas, comedies, and musicals are presented here each season.
The Studio Theater is a 98-seat proscenium stage on which experimental, contemporary, and adult-oriented works are performed.
Long Beach Terrace Lobby, Plaza, & Fountain

The Long Beach Terrace is located in the Convention & Entertainment Center downtown.  There are many shopping, dining, attraction, and sightseeing locations.  Enjoy the scenic harbor and downtown skyline.
Old Town Seal Beach
Seal Beach is a quaint beach side community tucked away between Long Beach and Huntington Beach. The city’s old-fashioned downtown district lies at the edge of the beach just off the pier at Main Street and Ocean Avenue, just south of Pacific Coast Highway. The highly acclaimed Main Street is a bustling stretch of shops and restaurants that’s definitely worth checking out. It even made Forbes list of America’s Friendliest Towns!
Queen Mary
In 1967, the Queen Mary completed her final voyage from Southampton, docking in Long Beach, where she remains permanently moored.
In the years since, the nearly one-century-old ocean liner has been transformed into a historic hotel and one of Long Beach’s top attractions, welcoming visitors to explore its storied halls and learn of the ship’s history through tours and onboard exhibits.
Rose Bowl Stadium
The Rose Bowl is an outdoor athletic stadium located in Pasadena. Opened in October 1922, the stadium is recognized as a National Historic Landmark and a California Historic Civil Engineering landmark.  
Seal Beach Pier
Seal Beach is located along the north Orange County coastline and features wide sandy beaches and surf spots that are ideal for kitesurfing, windsurfing and building sandcastles. The pier is the second longest wooden pier in California, originally built in the 1900s.
Segerstrom Center

The Segerstrom Center for the arts is located in Costa Mesa.  It hosts world-renowned dance shows, broadway musicals, theater shows, and concerts.  These classy events occur year round.
Shoreline Village

The Shoreline Village is located at Rainbow Harbor.  Visitors are invited to enjoy great food, unique shops, and fun activities.  Check out the Shoreline Village website for all of their upcoming events.
SoCal Museums 

SoCal Museums is committed to promoting the dynamic landscape of cultural institutions in Southern California. With 60 participating organizations from Palm Springs to Los Angeles to Santa Barbara, SoCal Museums presents an assortment of museums as diverse as SoCal itself. Be it art, natural history, science, or culture there’s something for everyone.