San Pedro is one of those cities that has remained largely under-the-radar. Tucked away, and easily overlooked by its brassier neighbors to the North and South, San Pedro has a long and proud history and boasts a tight-knit community.
There are many things to see and do in San Pedro, particularly if you are ready to look beyond the surface. Many of the people who love House 1002 have just moved to the area, so we’ve put together a quick list of our top picks.
The Korean Bell
The Korean Bell is one of the most prominent sights in San Pedro. With its spectacular sea-views and large grassy park, ideal for enjoying those ocean breezes.
Sunken City has now been closed off to the public, but it used to be a local favorite for explorers who love unobstructed ocean views. A street dating back to the 1920s is slowing being reclaimed by the bluffs, and what remains is a