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Balboa Pavilion

The Balboa Pavilion opened on July 4, 1906, and entertained throngs of beach-going city dwellers who traveled via the Pacific Electric Red Line to its southernmost stop. Designed by architect Fred R. Dorn, the Victorian public building played a major role in the development of Newport Beach and is one of California’s few remaining waterfront recreational pavilions from the early 1900s.

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