The price of admission to one of California’s best sports museums is a haircut. The walls of Lolo’s Plaza Barber Shop are covered in rare photos of athletes, jerseys, historic pennants, and autographs – the best of which originate from Lolo Saldaña’s beloved Los Angeles Dodgers. Each artifact comes with the story of how it arrived on Santa Catalina Island, elocuted by Lolo himself while he cuts your hair. Want more stories? Bring a few of your shaggy-haired friends. This vintage barbershop (and its proprietor) is an island institution, preserved to replicate the feel of the day it opened: April 4, 1964.
128 Sumner Ave #B, Avalon