About the Port of Los AngelesThe Port of Los Angeles is America’s Port®, the nation’s #1 container port and global model for sustainability, security, and social responsibility. Located in San Pedro Bay, 25 miles south of downtown Los Angeles, the Port encompasses 7,500 acres of land and water along 43 miles of waterfront. The Port is the nation’s premier gateway for international commerce and has ranked as the number one container port in the United States each year since 2000. These featured videos give an overview and introduction to the busiest seaport in the Western Hemisphere.
Stay Connected, VirtuallyAs we navigate through these challenging times, the Port of Los Angeles Speakers Bureau discussion topics are now available on the Port's website and YouTube Channel. Speakers Bureau Video Library presentations offer an opportunity to stay informed and connected with the Port of Los Angeles, the nation’s leading container port and premier gateway for international trade. Your daily life is directly affected by what happens at the Port – from the clothes you wear, to the food you eat, to the well-being of the region in which you live. The videos below are of some of the most popular and requested topics of discussions. More topics will be added as presentations become available.
Explore Los Angeles HarborWhile our traditional harbor tours are on hold due to the pandemic, our virtual boat tours offer an opportunity to visit Los Angeles Harbor from the comfort of your own home. These virtual tours offer two routes, each jam-packed with beautiful cinematography and information about the busiest port in the Western Hemisphere. The Wilmington Harbor Tour explores the some of the Port's non-container terminals and historical icons, while the San Pedro Harbor Tour traverses down the Main Channel to explore container terminals, museums and highly anticipated West Harbor.