Before opening on June 20th, 2014, the site of San Pedro’s new Downtown Harbor and Town Square was a parking lot. Now, it’s a public space for all to enjoy the beautiful waterfront area of this quaint port town. Located between Fire Station 112 and the Los Angeles Maritime Museum, this prime location features beautiful trees and landscaping, decorative lighting, a picnic area, and an overlook pier. The town square also features a public plaza and open amphitheater ideal for upcoming community events.
Recreational vessels can dock in the inlet FREE of charge for up to four hours and visitors to the plaza can take a walk north down the pedestrian promenade to see the Battleship IOWA, World Cruise Center, and Fanfare Fountains, all within a short stroll. Walking the other direction, you’ll find Ports O’Call Village. Heading west will take you to historic Downtown San Pedro, the Warner Grand Theatre, and numerous restaurants and shops to peruse.
Not in the mood for a walk? Both the Downtown Trolley and
Waterfront Red Car Line have routes throughout the area. They have limited operating schedules, so be sure to check the route and time information before planning your adventure.
Downtown Harbor and Town Square is just one step in the major reboot that could be coming to the area via the proposed (but not yet in-progress) redevelopment of the Ports O’ Call retail area.
LA Waterfront Points of Interest MAP (PDF)
San Pedro Downtown Harbor and Town Square
504 S Harbor Blvd, San Pedro, CA 90731