Area Guide & Things to do in Anahiem CA

Located 30 miles southeast of Los Angeles and 90 miles north of San Diego in Orange County, Anaheim is the land of vacations. Explore miles of sandy Pacific beaches, world-famous attractions, golf courses, and fashion-setting stores and boutiques, restaurants, cafés and microbreweries to suit every taste. From swaying palm trees and miles of incredible coastline of cultural museums, historic sites and, of course, the Magic Kingdom of Disneyland® where dreams come true, Anaheim offers a myriad of recreation and activities - from the California Angels to Mickey Mouse.

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Anaheim’s most popular attraction is the Disneyland® Park, Disney's California Adventure® Park, and Downtown Disney® District, the world-famous Knott's Berry Farm, Honda Center formerly Arrowhead Pond, as well as water parks and zoos. At Anaheim’s museums, fine art galleries and the annual Festival of Arts - Pageant of the Masters, classic and contemporary works of art come to life. Spend the day at an art festival or an evening at the symphony or Anaheim Ballet. Swing into action on Anaheim’s 18-hole championship golf courses and serene ocean courses designed to challenge your golf skills
Anaheim’s eclectic restaurants, bistros, cafes, and bakeries tempt your taste buds with California cuisine and wines. Shopping in this cosmopolitan playground is a unique blend of sophistication and casualness, with the best retailers in the nation at South Coast Plaza. Anaheim also offers luxurious day spas, with a variety of health and beauty treatments.
Orange County’s 42-mile stretch of beaches is ideal for surfing, swimming, fishing and a multitude of water activities. Nearby Huntington Beach has hosted surf competitions for more than 70 years, giving it the moniker of Surf City, U.S.A. Adventure seekers flock to the Balboa Peninsula, California’s most well-known spot for body-boarding and bodysurfing. Adjacent bays at Dana Point and Newport harbors offer calmer waters. The tide pools at Little Corona del mar beach invite the exploration of marine life, where octopi, starfish, and crabs are main attractions.
Whatever your pleasure or purpose, Anaheim is a vacation paradise for any season!

Honda Center, formerly Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim

Southern California’s premier sports and entertainment venue, Arrowhead Pond presents a variety of first-class events, including concerts, sporting events, and family shows. The 650,000 square-foot arena is home to the NHL Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, the NLL Anaheim Storm and the John R. Wooden Classic at the Pond. Annual events include the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, ©Disney on Ice, and the Harlem Globetrotters. Tickets are sold at, or at the Honda Center box office at (866) 488-4858. Visit

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Stadium

Angel Stadium is a classic ballpark and home of the California Angels. The Los Angeles Rams played here from 1981 until they left St. Louis in 1995. The new Angel Stadium seats 45,050 for the Angels, and features terraced bullpens, widened concourses, the Nestle Family Zone, the Pepsi Perfect Game Pavilion, landscaped courtyards, and three full-service restaurants. Angle Stadium has twice hosted the All-Star Game, and finally the 2002 World Series. Visit

Aquarium of the Pacific

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, one of the largest aquariums in the US, has 1,000 species that fill 19 major habitats and 32 exhibits. There is an iridescent jellyfish exhibit and a rare dragonfish that has to be seen to believe. Visit

Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve

Situated along Pacific Coast Highway, Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve is a top US birding spot, attracting flocks migrating on the Pacific Flyway. Observe Bolsa Chica wildlife is from the footbridge and trail just off PCH. Visit

Crystal Cathedral

Located in Garden Grove, Crystal Cathedral is one of Southern California's most beautiful structural odes to religion. Designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson, the cathedral is shaped like a four-pointed star, with over 10,000 panes of glass covering the labrinthine and opalescent facade. Glinting under the Southern California sun, the Crystal Cathedral is a brilliant site. For more information, call (866) 488.4858.

Downtown Disney® District

Downtown Disney® District is an entertainment, shopping and dining complex, just outside the front gates to both Disneyland® Resort, Downtown Disney® District, Downtown Disney® District is not a version of Disneyland® Resort's Main Street, U.S.A., catering to young urbanites and professionals that still want some of that ©Disney magic. Here, you will find 21 unique shops, live entertainment and fine restaurants including Rainforest Café® and ESPN Zone®.
Party at the House of Blues®, dine on spicy food Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen®, catch a first-run movie at the AMC® Theatres , or step into the ultimate sports bar, done as only ©Disney could do it, with over 200 television sets. Downtown Disney® District still has vestiges of ©Disney -ness.;Visit

Disneyland® Park

From the charm of Main Street to the whimsy of Mickey's Toontown, explore eight fantastic lands of nostalgia, color and delight. Let your imagination run free in an enchanted kingdom of fantasy, imagination and magical entertainmnt and shopping. Don’t forget to meet those lovable Disney characters - Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy! Visit

Disneyland® California Adventure Park

Disneyland® California Adventure Park is a 55-acre theme park located next to Disneyland® Resort. Immerse yourself in a magical festival of shows, parades and attractions celebrating California's storied past and exciting future. Favorite attractions are: Paradise Pier, a recreation of a beachside boardwalk with a screaming coaster, Sun Wheel, and Games of the Boardwalk; Grizzly River Run, a water romp down a bear-shaped mountain; and "©Disney's Aladdin - A Musical Spectacular" stage show at the Hyperion Theater in the Hollywood Pictures Backlot". The acclaimed Electric Parade captivates every evening. Visit

Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium remains one of the crown jewels in professional sports and a landmark to West Coast expansion in Major League Baseball. Since 1962, Dodger Stadium has awed spectators with breath-taking views of downtown Los Angeles, the tree-lined Elysian hills, and the San Gabriel Mountains. Dodger Stadium was named the best in baseball by Sports Illustrated in 2003. Visit for tickets.

The Getty Center

Situated on a hilltop with breathtaking views of Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Mountains, and the Pacific Ocean, the Getty Center is Los Angeles' newest cultural attraction. Awaiting you are memorable works of art in the J. Paul Getty Museum, a choice of places to dine, tranquil gardens to stroll, and activities to give you new perspectives on art and its meanings. Visit

Huntington Beach

A beautiful and entertaining vacation destination, Huntington Beach offers miles of pristine white beaches, perfect weather and a laid back attitude. Located in the northern part of Orange County, Huntington Beach is a hotbed for activity and entertainment. The wide beaches and consistent surf break have earned Huntington Beach the nickname "Surf City." Enjoy incredible shopping, a beautiful 25-acre public equestrian center, a disc Frisbee golf course, Huntington Central Park, the world renowned Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, and a diversity of restaurants from sidewalk cafes to formal dining.Visit

Knott’s Berry Farm

Knott's Berry Farm, America's oldest amusement park, re-creates the the Old West in six themed areas including Ghost Town, Fiesta Village, Wild Water Wilderness, Indian Trails, The Boardwalk and Camp Snoopy. In all, Knott's Theme Park features 160 acres of wild rides, live shows and family attractions. Visit


LEGOLAND® California offers limitless fun with more than 50 rides, shows and attractions for the whole family. Kids are fascinated by the fact that virtually everything here is built from Legos. Located in Carlsbad near an Ostrich farm, this is definitely a unique experience. Visit

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is the premier visual arts museum in the Western US. LACMA features more than 110,000 works spanning the history of art from ancient times to the present. In addition to its permanent collections of significant art, the museum offers film and music programs, exciting exhibitions, and special events. The Balch Art Research Library, with a non-circulating public collection of 150,000 books, journals and periodicals, is available by appointment. For information, call (866) 488-4858 or visit

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Telephone: 714-772-8713

300 East Katella Ave
Anaheim, CA 92802, US