Escape the city noise and traffic at the Venice Canals Walkway, part of the Venice Canal Historic District. The canals, built by Abbot Kinney in 1905, were intended to resemble the canals of Venice, Italy. They were drained and renovated into scenic walking paths in 1992. Enjoy a relaxing stroll on the paths and quaint bridges, pausing to admire the charming, architecturally diverse homes along the way. The tranquility of this area is notable, especially in comparison to the nearby Venice Beach Boardwalk. Make Venice Canals Walkway a part of your Los Angeles vacation plans using our Los Angeles tour builder tool.
Create an itinerary including Venice Canals Walkway
Tours to Venice Canals Walkway
$590 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Full-Day Los Angeles Tour of Beverly Hills and Beaches
Duration: 7 to 8 hours
$600 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Tour of Los Angeles in a Luxury Vehicle. Experienced Tour Guides.
Duration: 2 to 8 hours
$244 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Coastal Tour of Santa Monica, Venice Beach and Malibu
Duration: 3 hours
$568 BOOK WITH VIATOR Full Day Private and Custom Los Angeles Beaches and City Tour
Duration: 7 hours
Venice Canals Walkway reviews
We stayed in Marina Del Rey for a few nights so were able to visit her birth during the day and night. It was one of the highlights of the trips for me, the canals, gardens and houses are beautiful...
We stayed in Marina Del Rey for a few nights so were able to visit her birth during the day and night. It was one of the highlights of the trips for me, the canals, gardens and houses are beautiful... more »
My Wife and I went on a stroll at the Walkway. Its a truly nice place, perfect for a quite stroll. However; There's nothing to do there for longer then 10-15- minutes and there also is no parking.
My Wife and I went on a stroll at the Walkway. Its a truly nice place, perfect for a quite stroll. However; There's nothing to do there for longer then 10-15- minutes and there also is no parking. more »
This is a must see place when visiting LA / Venice beach area. It's only a short walk from the main beach. There use to be 7 canals which were created to mimic the canals in Venice. Since that time though, some of the canals have been filled in for housing, which only leaves a couple left to be viewed. Great to walk around and snap those tourist pictures. I would recommend to anyone who is in the area.
Nice area to walk around and see interesting homes on the canals. A few wooden bridges to walk over the man-made canals - good for people/bird watching and photos. Not much to do other than walk around the canals. The good thing is the canals are walking distance to Venice Beach. Walking areas near the canals are not too wide.
Plan your trip to Los Angeles
Get a personalized tripA complete day by day itinerary based on your preferences
Customize itRefine your trip. We'll find the
best routes and schedules
Book itChoose from the best hotels and activities. Up to 50% off
Manage itEverything in one place. Everyone on the same page.
Popular things to do in Los Angeles
Side trips from Los Angeles
Hidden gems in Los Angeles
Historic Sites in Los Angeles
Museums in Los Angeles
Nearby attractions in Los Angeles
Trips in Venice Canals Walkway by other users
17 days in United States BY A USER FROM BRAZIL San Francisco Yosemite National Park Death Valley National Park 31 days in Los Angeles, Pensacola & New York City BY A USER FROM MALAYSIA Los Angeles Pensacola New York City 30 days in United States BY A USER FROM UNITED ARAB EMIRATES New York City Washington DC Los Angeles 15 days in California BY A USER FROM THE NETHERLANDS San Francisco Yosemite National Park San Diego 60 days in Los Angeles BY A USER FROM AUSTRALIA Mission San Gabriel Archangel The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens Norton Simon Museum 8 days in Byblos & Los Angeles BY A USER FROM UNITED STATES Byblos Los Angeles