One of the landmarks here is the "Lomita Railroad Museum".
This is a very colorful and cute museum located in the middle of a residential neighborhood. It was opened in 1966.
2137 w. 250th st
There is a public park next to the museum that is perfect for a picnic.
You can feel the retro California here.
I usually go to Lomita to eat at Japanese restaurants such as "Oumi Sasaya", "Gaja", "ll Chianti", and "Tamaen".
However this time I would like to share my favorite Thai food place. This place is another landmark in Lomita because it is a super bright red building on PCH.
This is a to go or delivery place. They do fast job and make excellent food! I recommend their "Naked Shrimp Salad" which is perfect for a hot day.
One of my friends just opened the hottest indoor playground here.
All the toys are made of wood.
25449 Narbonne Ave
This is most definitely one of the cutest playgrounds and I'm proud to have taken photographs for their site. Please see it at http://www.sillygooseplayground.com