Torrance Information

Torrance, the sixth largest city in the county of Los Angeles, is located close to such beach communities as Manhattan Beach and Palos Verdes Peninsula. There are plenty o things you can do in Torrance. Shopping is one of them, Tottance being home to the Del Amo Fashion Center, one of the largest malls in the United States. If fun is what you'd prefer, there are diverse attractions to check out, such as the following:

Torrance Historical Society Museum
1345 Post Avenue Torrance, CA
310-328-5392
The Torrance Historical Society Museum is housed in an old library on Post Avenue. The museum looks at Torrance's past and seeks to educate visitors on how Torrance got to where it is today.

Fusion Dance Studio
22236 Palos Verdes Blvd. Torrance, CA
310-540-6401
Fusion Dance Studio offers a full range of classes for adults and children. They have jazz, tap, ballet, hip-hop, creative movement, dance acro and more. The teachers here are some of L.A.'s best, also working as cutting-edge choreographers and professional dancers.

Wilson Park
2200 Crenshaw Boulevard Torrance, CA
Located in the heart of the city, Wilson Park offers a multitude of activities for the young, the old, and all those in-between. The 44-acre park consists of a picnic area and gazebo, concession stand, softball fields, jogging/walking course, tennis courts, basketball courts, playground, multi-use game court, Certified Farmers' Market, pond, sand volleyball, horseshoe pits, restrooms.

Torrance Cultural Arts Center
3330 Civic Center Drive, Torrance, CA
310-781-7150
The Torrance Cultural Arts Center combines modern design and natural beauty into a unique multi-purpose complex, hosting meetings, banquets, performing shows and other events. The complex also features an authentic Japanese garden. Two outdoor plazas are also available.

Superclown Children Art Gallery
20309 Gramercy Pl , Torrance, CA
310-328-2400
Superclown Children Art Gallery is a place for children to express themselves freely and openly. The Gallery aims to build a child's self-esteem and to engage the public in recognizing the fragile yet profound expressions children make about their lives and the world.