Long Beach Transit Announces Summer Schedule for 2010 Museum Express Program
2010-05-18 · By Editor
Back by popular demand, Long Beach Transit will provide Museum Express bus service again this summer to a variety of local museums. The Museum Express program will be offered over a slightly condensed schedule thus year, with trips operating on Thursdays through Sundays, from June 24 to August 15.
LBT will transport museum fans in air conditioned comfort directly to many renowned museums and gardens throughout Southern California for only $8 per round trip. Friendly, professional bus operators provide customers with the superior transportation service that Long Beach Transit is known for on ADA accessible buses, with room for up two wheelchairs per trip.
Traverlers can avoid standing in long lines to purchase Museum Express tickets by using an early mail-in registration process. Registration forms are available on the Long Beach Transit wesbite, or by calling (562) 591-2301. Forms can be submitted in-person at the Transit Information Center, 1963 E. Anaheim Street, or by mailing it to the address on the form.
Museum Express ticket requests will be processed within 10 business days. Over-the-counter sales begin June 3 at the Transit Information Center located at 130 1st Street. Entry fees to the venues are not included with the price of the Museum Express ticket.
Public parking is available near the Transit and Visitor Information Center in downtown Long Beach where the Museum Express departs and returns. Transit information is available by calling (562) 591-2301 or visiting us on the web at www.lbtransit.com.
The 2010 Museum Express program will offer a variety of destinations that include:
- Mission San Juan Capistrano
- Getty Center
- Norton Simon Museum
- Griffith Park Observatory
- Museum of American West
- Huntington Museum, Library & Gardens
- Hollywood Museum
- Exposition Park Experience
- Skirball Cultural Center
- Descanso Gardens
- Festival of Arts/Laguna Art Museum
- Richard Nixon Library
- Wilshire’s Museum Row
- Bowers Museum
- Yanks Museum/Planes of Fame
- Nethercutt Museum
- Ronald Reagan Library