For decades, Venice has been a neighborhood of inclusion and diversity and a year after its first Pride celebration, the city unveiled this rainbow lifeguard tower in 2017. It's since become a staple along the shoreline and people flock from all over just to get a glimpse of the brightly-painted structure.
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How to get there
N33° 59' 22.1352"W118° 28' 42.51"
This image of the Venice Pride Flag Lifeguard Tower was taken on Venice Beach. I suggest referencing the GPS in satellite mode for this location, otherwise the map will show the GPS in the water when viewing in 2D.
The best way to get here is by car, but you can also take public transportation.
If you're driving, park in a nearby public lot (there are many) and then walk west to the beach.
By public transportation:
- Closest bus station: Main/Brooks (1 or 33 line)
- Head west on Brooks Ave
For more information, visit the website: https://venicepride.org/about
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