You’ll see that living in the moment means paddleboarding to breakfast when visiting Marina del Rey. You can rejuvenate and reconnect with the outdoors by soaking in the Marina’s mesmerizing sunsets and fresh ocean breezes. Celebrate a summer evening on a dining cruise.
It’s all here, so you should visit Marina del Rey for your next coastal getaway!
Here is just one of the top attractions you can enjoy. You should visit Fisherman’s Village in Marina del Rey today.
Fisherman’s Village is a replica of a New England seaport and fishing town. You can stroll the quiet harborfront to enjoy views of the Marina, passing sailboats, and wildlife. There are several restaurants, the Marina del Rey Historical Society’s exhibit space, and a smattering of shops.
Free live music is offered on the plaza on Saturday and Sunday afternoons year-round (weather depending).
The village is the boarding place for Hornblower’s year-round dining cruises and Marina del Rey Parasailing (closed November-February) and one of the Marina’s destinations for hourly and daily rentals of sailing and powerboats, jet skis, kayaks, and paddleboards.
Live Concerts in March
Sunday, March 6 — Brazil Brasil (Samba-Bossa)
Sunday, March 13 — Jimbo Ross & the Bodacious Blues Band
Sunday, March 20 — JB & The BC Riders (Country/ Rock- a- Billy)
Sunday, March 27 — U.S. 99 (Blues/R&B)
Water Bus Pick-Up/Drop Off
Fisherman’s Village also serves as one of eight pick-up/drop-off locations for the Water Bus (operates during the summer only).
Parking is available onsite for $2 (up to 2 hours) $4 ( 2-4 hours) with a daily max of $8.
Explore Marina del Rey
You can find Los Angeles’ very own Marina del Rey along the Los Angeles coast, 4 miles south of Santa Monica. Take the 90 West from the 405, and you’ll find that it will take you right into the heart of Marina del Rey.