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Annenberg Beach House Announces Summer Pool Hours, Plus New Grown-Ups Only "Sunset Swim" Sessions
One of our favorite oceanfront venues is Santa Monica's Annenberg Beach House, and today they've announced their summer pool hours, and a great new ongoing event just for the grown ups.
This no-membership required beach club is open to the public, and the pool is a great spot to take the edge of the summer heat; you can purchase day-use passes on site on a first-come, first-served basis.
Here's the Pool schedule for the summer and pre-season:
Open May 26 - 28: 10 am - 6 pm
Open June weekends (2 - 3 & 9 - 10): 10 am - 4 pm
Open June 16 - September 3: Tues - Sun + holidays 10 am - 6 pm; Mon 10 am - 8 pm (excludes Labor Day)
The regular season gets underway June 16, and to get things started, the Annenberg Beach House will have a big pool party featuring a DJ, and activities for kids of all ages.
This summer, for kid-free pool fun, the Beach House will host weekly 18+ up "Sunset Swim" nights, Tuesdays from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. for a few more bucks ($7, or $5 with same day full price pool pass).
They have a ton of other summer fun activities too, from yoga, swimming, and volleyball classes to live theatre performances, and a Cardboard Yacht Regatta night, to name a few. While you're there, be sure to coordinate your visit with a look inside the historic Marion Davies Guest House to learn about the amazing history of the property (that served as the once-upon-a-time location for TV's "Beverly Hills 90210"'s fictional beach club, among other distinctions).
Regular pool rates: $4 youth (1-17), $10 adults, $5 seniors (60+), $24 family pass (two adults & two youth). More info is available online.
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