Los Angeles Maritime Museum

Berth 84, Foot of 6th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731 - United States





Discover the history of the Port of Los Angeles at the Los Angeles Maritime Museum! Find out how a sleepy mudflat was transformed into the nation’s busiest port!


Caught, Canned and Eaten
Learn about the history of San Pedro’s fishing and canning industries

Taminaru: The Story of A Japanese American Fishing Village
This exhibit documents the lives of the Terminal Islanders (Japanese American fishermen and cannery workers) who lived in the harbor prior to World War II.

What’s Going on in the Harbor Today?
An interactive exhibit for children!

USS Los Angeles SSN-688
The history of the cold war nuclear submarine

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