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The oldest carousel in the United States is located in the resort town of Watch Hill, Rhode Island.

The Space Needle, built in 1961 in Seattle, Washington is the first revolving restaurant.
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City Events, Festivals and Celebrations

Annual International Sea Festival
Long Beach, CA

The popular Long Beach Sea Festival Features fun filled activities for everyone. The Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine, supported by Partners of Parks, has scheduled exciting events at beach area locales throughout the city. Events include The Centennial Trans Pac Departure; Long Beach to Honolulu, the Chinese Dragon Boat Festival and the Great Sand Sculpture event.

Long Beach Coin & Collectibles Expo
Long Beach, CA

Held three times a year since 1964, the Long Beach Expo receives outstanding attendance. There is over 2,000 dealers and 10,000-12,000 public attendees each show from around the world.

The Long Beach Grand Prix
Long Beach, CA

The Long Beach Grand Prix is the single largest event in Long Beach. It started in 1975 as a Formula 5000 race on the streets of downtown, and became a Formula One event the following year. Since 1984 it has been a Champ Car event. During the same week as the Grand Prix, there is also Trans-Am, and Toyota Atlantic races, plus a Historic Grand Prix featuring pre-1990 cars, and the Toyota Pro/Celebrity race.

April 12, 2024

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