Chances are, if you find yourself in Los Angeles’ Venice Beach, The Venice Canals are one of the city’s quirkiest
neighborhoods as well as a picturesque reminder of the grandiose beginnings of Southern California as a tourist
Grand. Approximately one and a half miles in length and 50 feet in width, they form a grid and three residential
islands now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Cars can access homes via Dell Avenue’s four bridges,
and pedestrians can use nine footbridges.