Anaheim Angels at Edison Field
The newly renovated Edison International Field draws
more than 3.9 million visitors annually to the Angel’s
baseball games, events and concerts
2000 Gene Autry Way
Anaheim, CA 92806
Anaheim Convention Center
The Anaheim Convention Center is the newest and
largest convention center on the West Coast and one
of the largest convention centers in the world.
After three years of expansion and renovation, this new
jewel has quickly become known as a regional
800 West Katella Ave
Honda Center stands as one of the premier entertainment and sports venues
in the country. In addition to the 2007 Stanley Cup champion Anaheim Ducks,
the arena is home to the AFL’s LA KISS, the Wooden Legacy Basketball Tournament
as well as the Big West Basketball Tournament.
Honda Center annually hosts top-name concerts,
exciting sporting events and family favorites
Since opening, the arena has hosted over 3,500 events
and more than 35 million guests have walked through its doors.
2695 E Katella Ave
Balboa Fun Zone
The Balboa Fun Zone is one of Southern California’s
oldest and last great coastal amusement areas.
Located on the Balboa Peninsula of Newport Beach,
the Fun Zone continues to compete with Orange County
entertainment giants such as, Disneyland and Knott’s
Berry Farm, as the fun place to go.
600 E. Bay Ave
Balboa, CA 92661
The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art and Bowers Kidseum
One of Southern California’s finest museums and Orange County’s
largest, the Bowers Museum is one of the only museums in the
United States devoted to promoting human understanding through art.
2002 N. Main Street
Santa Ana, Ca 92706
(714) 567-3600 Open Tuesday- Sunday 11-6
Fee – $14.00
Camping and Hiking
Ortega Highway winds up through the Trabuco Ranger
District of the Cleveland National Forest. Along this
highway are beautiful hiking trails, campgrounds and scenic stops.
The Crystal Cathedral is the home base for the international
Crystal Cathedral Ministries, including a congregation of over 10,000
members and the internationally televised “Hour of Power.”
Los Alamitos Race Track
Quarter Horse, Arabian, Thoroughbred, Paint and Appaloosa Racing.
4961 Katella Ave.
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
Quaint and picturesque, this is where locals and
tourists alike spend their time. Attractions include:
basketball courts, volleyball courts, downtown boutiques
and galleries, plus world-class restaurants.
Located on Pacific Coast Highway at Laguna Canyon Road
Mission San Juan Capistrano
Mission San Juan Capistrano, the Birthplace of Orange County,
was founded more than two hundred years ago. Today
it is a monument to California’s multi-cultural history, embracing
its Native American, Spanish, Mexican and European heritage.
Ortega Hwy and El Camino Real
Muckenthaler Cultural Center
The Muckenthaler Cultural Center is dedicated to
the study, exhibition, and collection of multicultural
arts and the staging of the performing arts.
It is a multidisciplinary venue that celebrates the
traditions of a variety of cultures and encourages
appreciation and creative expression in art, music,
dance, literature, drama, local history, landscaping
and botanical gardening.
The public can join their scientists aboard the R/V
Sea Explorer for an in-depth study of whales, dolphins
and sea lions using customized state-of-the-art equipment
including plankton nets, grab samplers, video microscopes
and the dolphin-cam!
Dana Point Harbor Drive
Orange County Fairgrounds
From the annual Orange County Fair to the various
events and activities that take place at our grounds
throughout the year, the Orange County Fair & Exposition
Center has more to offer than meets the eye.
88 Fair Dr., Costa Mesa, Ca 92626
Orange County Performing Arts Center
The world’s greatest singers, dancers, actors and
musicians create spectacular entertainment in The
Center’s acoustically superb 3000-seat Segerstrom Hall
and the intimate ambiance of the 250-seat Founders Hall.
600 Town Center Drive
Costa Mesa, California 92626
Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace
Built on 9 acres, this facility houses Nixon’s Presidential Library along
with his restored place of birth, museums, galleries and exhibitions.
Also noteworthy, is the Library gardens which reflect Pat Nixon’s
love of the White House gardens and roses.
18001 Yorba Linda Blvd.
Santa Ana Zoo at Prentice Park
Today the Santa Ana Zoo at Prentice Park is a public
zoological garden occupying a unique urban site in the
heart of Orange County. Situated on approximately 20 acres,
it hosts more than 270,000 people annually.
1801 E. Chestnut Ave.