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The Heart of HB

Hotel near Huntington Beach's Iconic Tours

Explore Huntington Beach's Rich Culture

Dig into the culture of our sunny Southern California town by taking a Huntington Beach tour, scoping out the 40-plus pieces of public art, or grabbing a seat at one of our laidback live music haunts. Whether you’re into history, art, music, or all of the above, it’s easy to get cultured.

Huntington Beach International Surf Museum

Honoring HB’s most beloved pastime, this museum shares the rich history of surfing, including notable artifacts like Duke Kahanamoku’s surfboard and the world’s largest surfboard (66 people once rode a wave on it!).

(714) 465-4350

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Surfing Walk of Fame

The handprints and footprints of surfing’s greatest legends can be found along the Surfing Walk of Fame, all under the watchful eye of a Duke Kahanamoku statue.

(714) 698-5710

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Huntington Beach Art Center

A cultural hub for the city, this contemporary art center features rotating exhibits of works in all mediums, including print, drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, and video.

(714) 374-1650

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SeaLegs at the Beach

Sink your toes in the sand at this live music venue right on the beach, the only of its kind in Southern California, where you can hear everything from rock-reggae to country.

(714) 698-4188

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Historical Downtown Walking Tour

Take a step back in time with this self-guided Huntington Beach tour from Visit Huntington Beach, which covers more than a dozen points of interest along the way.

(714) 969-3492

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Newland House Museum

Built in 1898, this well-preserved Queen Anne–style farmhouse - on the National Register of Historic Places — is open on the first and third weekends of the month.

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