Port of Los Angeles

Port Location:
Los Angeles, California

Port Name:
Port of Los Angeles

Port Authority:
State Tidelands Trust

Pacific Cruise Ship Terminals
Berths 91-93
100 Swinford Street
San Pedro , California 90731

(310) 514-4049


Web Site:

Driving Directions to the Port of Los Angeles:

The World Cruise Center at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, California is approximately 18 miles south of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), 25 miles south of downtown Los Angeles and 6 miles west of Long Beach, with easy freeway access from both directions.

From LAX Airport

  1. Travel south on the San Diego Freeway (Interstate 405), then south on the Harbor Freeway (Interstate 110).
  2. Exit at Harbor Boulevard.
  3. Proceed straight through the Harbor Boulevard intersection.
  4. Turn right to enter the World Cruise Center.

Be sure to check your berth number for correct location/parking.

Parking Information and Fees:
World Cruise Center Parking
Parking Concepts Inc.
(800) 540-PARK

  • Cost: $12 (maximum) per day, Cash, Travelers Checks, and Credit Cards Accepted
  • Overnight parking: Available
  • If you occupy more than one space you will be charged on all occupied space
  • Shuttle: Courtesy shuttle from passenger terminal to parking lot.  Shuttles are not wheelchair accessible.
  • Lots 1 and 2 are open 9am to 6 pm.  Lots 6, 7, and 8 are open 24 hours.

Map the Port of Los Angeles:
http://www.mapquest.com/maps?city=San+Pedro&state=CA &address=500+N.+Front+Street


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