If you’re following RideYellow on Instagram, I think you’d agree that we know a thing or two about what places in Long Beach are the most Instagrammed.
Now that the sun is out and summer is just within reach, let us share some of our expertise on where you can get the perfect Instagram photo. Here’s your countdown of the most Instagrammed Spots in Long Beach.
Long Beach Lighthouse
This place is one of our favorite places to get pictures from Long Beach, so it is only natural that it is at the top of the list.
It is basically the go-to place for drone photography in Long Beach. Located the coastal edge of DTLB, this lighthouse has views of the Queen Mary, spiraled bike paths, and lots of green grass for picnics.
Rancho Los Alamitos
A hidden gem tucked away in a Long Beach gated community next to Cal State Long Beach. A visit to Rancho Los Alamitos will take you back in time to the roots of Long Beach, but with the addition of some of the coolest gardens and photo opportunities in the LBC.
Ok… Signal Hill is technically not Long Beach, but we are making an exception because it is that Instagram worthy. Drive up to the top of hill and you’ll find yourself at Hilltop Park, aka the best view in Long Beach. This is the perfect excuse to bust out the panoramic setting on your iPhone.
Cal State University Long Beach Campus
A campus that has a thing for art. Cal State Long Beach has a variety of Instagram worthy spots including a Japanese Garden, the iconic pyramid, and the Student Art gallery. One stroll through campus and you will see a variety of sculpture art amongst picture-perfect scenery.
Tucked away in the Belmont Shore Naples will surprise you with its maze of canals and beautiful views. Whether you rent a paddle board, a kayak or buy a gondola ride, you’re sure to snag a popular Instagram pic at Naples.
Now that you have an idea of what Long Beach has to offer; get out there and collect some new photos for your feed.