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A haven for both art connoisseurs and neophytes, the Laguna Art Museum houses only California art across all periods and styles from the 19th century to present day. Summer exhibitions include “Faux Real” (June 2 -Sept. 29)—a group exhibition that features installation artists and sculptors who recreate reality with a twist, using offbeat materials.
Founded in 1961, the Laguna College of Art & Design is an elite institution fosters the next generation of artists. See the work of students, faculty and internationally acclaimed and established artists at the campus gallery. Past exhibits have included artwork from Peanuts creator Charles Schulz and experimental pieces from award-winning designer Andrew Byrom. The gallery is free open to the public.
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Fisherman’s Cove is considered ideal for kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving. The plant and sea life a mere 10 ft. off of the shoreline makes it a great spot for beginners. Fisherman’s is a small and secluded beach that lies just south of Shaw’s Cove.
Considered the most popular park in Laguna Beach, Heisler Park offers stunning views of the cliffs above the beach, with crashing waves below, is home to an array of native plants, and features art installations tucked away throughout the park. It provides views of the southern coastline, the downtown village, and is a perfect spot to capture a photo of the sunset. The area is also admired by the throngs who pack the bar at Las Brisas for an afternoon cocktail, or those who stroll through after taking in the latest show at the Laguna Art Museum.
Massage Envy Spa – Laguna Beach. A national leader in affordable spa and massage services, Massage Envy offers its guests a range of pampering services and treatments by professional therapists. Find a wide range of massages for every preference—from a sports massage to deep tissue and prenatal.
From Alta Laguna Park, follow West Ridge, Mathis, Wood Canyon, and Cholla Trails (8 miles). This park with many interior trails offers every visitor amenities including water, restrooms, picnic area, children’s play area, and plenty of parking. Mountain bikes are popular in this park with trails for beginners and advanced. Length of this trail is 8 total miles with a 600 foot elevation gain.
The Irvine Bowl was created with the purpose of establishing a permanent venue for the annual Festival of the Arts and Pageant of the Masters. James Irvine II donated the six-acre location in 1941. The venue includes an expansive lawn, tables, and chairs. The city park also features the Tivoli Terrace, Zov’s Bistro and Forum Theater.
Intimate and relaxed, the Inn at Laguna Beach has 70 rooms and suites in an ideal downtown location atop a bluff near Heisler Park overlooking Main Beach. In-room spa services and a daily wine reception with wines from around the world are available to guests.
Concerts in the Park – Heisler (September). Enjoy an evening of live music in one of the many parks across Laguna Beach.
The Quorum Art Gallery is the longest established member-owned gallery in Laguna Beach, celebrating its 50 year Anniversary this Summer, 2013. The Gallery has twelve member artists and hosts one guest artist every month. It showcases a variety of art including plein air landscapes, seascapes, portraits, florals, still lifes, figurative works, abstract works, photography and collages created in oil, acrylic, watercolor, and mixed media.
Owner Loraine Fiore finds great joy in acquiring memorable vintage pieces for clients and their homes. Each unique piece can be adopted and have a whole new life, just as Fiore did when she moved to Laguna Beach and opened her business. Once & Again carries a plethora of beautiful antique furnishings that will accent any home perfectly. All of the vintage merchandise is hand-selected by the shop’s owner and reflects a classic beach house aesthetic. Finds include sleigh back chairs, bistro table sets and beautiful birdcages. Merchandise is updated regularly, so vintage enthusiasts will want to check in often to ensure that they don’t miss out on a great piece.
Food lovers will take delight in Laguna Foodies’ walking culinary tour of Laguna Beach, where guests can choose a variety of gastronomic expeditions that focus on different cuisines, from happy hour spots to the best in seafood.
At the end of Fairview street there is a small beach called Shaw’s Cove. A popular spot for scuba diving, it is better suited for divers than families looking for a beach to spend the day. There are some rocky areas at either end of the cove and tidepools that can be observed when the tide is low. The best diving is located at the reef to the west of the cove.
This year’s festival is located at the Laguna Playhouse and bringing world-class musicians from Brooklyn and Los Angeles to present a diverse range of concerts and events in Laguna Beach. The festival will include a world premiere by composer/musician Gabriel Kahane and the week promises to be an exploration starting from the annals of classical music to the most contemporary and avant-garde new works coming out of the Brooklyn music scene.
Carrying the art theme throughout the property, Art Hotel showcases beach-inspired works in its outdoor pool area and guest room balconies. The environmentally-sensitive boutique hotel features 28 rooms with coastal views, a heated pool and jacuzzi. The hotel is pet-friendly and offers free covered parking and wireless Internet. During the summer, head across the street to catch the free trolley to downtown.
The coastal canyons near Laguna beach offer rugged wilderness beauty within a short drive. The Cholla Trail, located within the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, branches off from the West Ridge Trail and Wood Canyon Trail and offers a short, but steep hike. Most people combine hiking Cholla Trail with other trails in the area to make a loop. Trails are well marked, but pick up a map from the Ranger Station in the park and plan your route before you go. And expect to be huffing and puffing by the time you reach the top!
Among the signature serpentine stone sculptures of the Joseph Wise Gallery, aficionados will also find oil and acrylic paints representing Art Deco, abstract and impressionist movements. The gallery proudly offers works suited for all spaces.
The George Gallery focuses on sharing contemporary art from female artists, ranging from depictions of heroines to commentary on varying levels of domesticity. According to its mission statement, the gallery celebrates “women artists’ delicate and indelicate subversions of content and form, message an medium.”
A Laguna favorite for Mediterranean-inspired dishes, the Zéytoon’s seasonal menu includes delicious items such as the meatless stuffed grape leaves, Zéytoon flatbread and toasted caprese panini. The casual cafe also features a top deck with stunning views, perfect for a light lunch before or after a romp on the beach.