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Get a Little Bit of Everything with a Torrance, California Bus Rental

Torrance, California

Torrance is a rich city with more than 147,000 people. It has great weather all year round, and it has a variety of attractions that you should visit on a Torrance, California bus rental.

A Torrance, California bus rental can accommodate up to 60 people on board. That means that you get to travel together and in style! You can have the most luxurious and comfortable travel experience when you rent a bus!

Arts & Culture

Be sure to visit Torrance's best museums. The California Museum of Fine Arts has some of the top exhibits from the best artists in the world. It combines the best of both the art gallery and the museum worlds. You might also want to check out the Chen Art Gallery. The private gallery is open to the public by appointment and features the collection of Sunrider International’s founder and chairman, Tei Fu Chen. This is one of the finest private Chinese art collections in the country.

Meanwhile, the Torrance Art Museum exhibits modern artworks in its gallery spaces. There are also artist talks, educational programs, symposia and lectures held here. The art museum exhibits at least 300 artists every year. Furthermore, you have the Toyota USA Auto Museum, which covers the carmaker's fifty years in the United States.

The Western Museum of Flight gives you the chance to see all the aircraft that made history, from Warbirds to target drones, to World War II tools and instruments, to model aircraft, you can find it all here. Lastly, the Torrance Historical Society, which is housed inside the Post Avenue Library, is where you go if you are interested in local history.

You can also check out the Torrance Cultural Arts Center, a multi-use complex that includes visual arts and performing arts facilities, outdoor plazas, a Japanese garden, and meeting rooms. One of the groups that perform here is the Torrance Theater Company.

Restaurants & Shopping

Check out the area's many breweries, with the best ones located in Torrance. There's Absolution Brewery, Monkish Brewery, Red Car Brewery, Smog City Brewery, Strand Brewing Co., and the Dude's Brewery.

Visit the Alpine Village, which is a bar, restaurant and nightclub. However, it is best known as the home of the largest Oktoberfest celebration in the entire Southern California area. Or you can eat at the city's best restaurants, which includes King Mediterrano, Kech Cafe South Bay, Aristo Cafe, or Chicken Maison, which all serve Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. Or you can try Habana Vieja Cuban Cuisine & Cafe, or the salad and sandwiches at Mama Says. You can enjoy hot pot at the King Shabu Shabu, or the Indian food at Bombay Tandoori & Banquet.

You should also check out the Downtown Torrance Market Place, where you can buy gifts, arts, jewelry, crafts, antiques, and vintage items, from at least 40 vendors. You might also want to check out the biggest farmers market in South Bay, the Torrance Certified Farmers' Market.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Torrance has two golf courses for you to play on. The first one is nine-hole Sea Aire Park Golf Course, which has a par of 27 and was first opened in the 1950s. The other is the New Horizons Golf Course, which also has nine holes and was opened in the 1960s.

If you are a soccer fan, then you should watch a game at the LA Galaxy Soccer Center.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are six sites in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Four of these sites are part of the Torrance High School Thematic Resource listing: Auditorium, Home Economics Building, Main Building, and Torrance School. Another is the Fern Avenue School. Then you have the Pacific Electric Railroad Bridge, an arch bridge that was built in the 1910s by Irving Gill and sports a modern movement architecture. Visit all of these historic sites via a Torrance, California bus rental.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Torrance Beach has 40 acres of soft sand beach, complete with restrooms, concessions stand, showers, wheelchairs, volleyball nets and a bike path. You can spend the day swimming, scuba diving, skin diving, surfing and fishing here.

Then you have the many city parks to choose from. Wilson Park has 44 acres of space and has a wide choice of picnic facilities as well as sports facilities. Some of the features at this park includes the gymnasium, roller-hockey rink, and skate park. The park is also the site of Torrance Farmers Market. The Madrona Marsh Wildlife Preserve & Nature Center offers natural gardens classes, a variety of native plants and animals and a great spot for birdwatching. Columbia Park is a regional park that has a selection of picnic areas, sports fields, walking and jogging trails. The park also features a Cherry blossom tree grove.

Another unique thing about the city's park system is the Wilson Park Annenberg Tree House. This is the first accessible tree house that was built in California. It has 2,500 sq. ft. of space. Other parks you can visit in Torrance include Alta Loma Park, De Portola Park, El Nido Park, El Prado Park, La Romeria Park, Los Arboles Rocketship Park, Lago Seco Park, and Walteria Park.

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