Step Back Into Los Angeles Past at the Catalina Island Museum
Enjoy a Fine History Documentary About Los Angeles on a Catalina Island Tour
We encourage our adventurous guests to let us take them the 23 miles out to the largest of the Channel islands, Santa Catalina. Lots of Los Angeles history happened out here as the city on the coast grew in size and importance. Our private Los Angeles tour guides mention some of that history when onshore destinations allow a view of the island and any discussion is relevant but the best way to learn about the island is to visit it. We can fly over in one of our twin-engine luxury helicopters or we can arrange for a private yacht to cruise the channel. We can even take the high speed ferry. Our guests make that decision. Once on the island there is much to do and see. One idea is to visit the Catalina Island Museum and enjoy one of the many documentaries that might be showing in the gallery on the ground floor of the notorious Avalon Casino where the museum is located. As you can see, Hollywood and its stars are very much a part of Catalina history. This island playground is fun to visit any time of the year and offers a number of exciting adventure activities (hiking, ziplining, scuba diving, snorkeling, deep sea fishing, jeep tours through the buffalo preserve) as well as more deliberative things to do like sightseeing, shopping, restaurants and, of course, the Catalina Island Museum.