Category Archives: Day Trip

  1. Get on the Tijuana Shopping Adventure

      Did you bring your passport to Anaheim? If so, you can join the Starline Tijuana Shopping Adventure for comfortable, fast, fun, and safe border-hopping shopping like you’ve never experienced before. Starline will whisk you down the California coast in a luxury A/C-equipped motor coach for a full day of shopping and dining. Don’t worry…

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  2. Seal Beach

      Just 20 miles from downtown Anaheim and south of the much more famous Long Beach is the quaint coastal town of Seal Beach. Here, you’ll find much less hustle, bustle and tourism. It’s the perfect getaway for Anaheim visitors, full of quaint shops, dining and attractions. It’s the northern gate to the 42 miles…

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  3. Horseback Riding in Anaheim

      The heart of Orange County is surprisingly full of nature trails, and many of them are designed especially for horseback riding. You’ll find equestrian stables, tours and trails throughout Anaheim, and it’s a beautiful way to discover your favorite Southern California city in a brand new way. Urban Horseman offers options for short rides,…

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  4. Visit LACMA

      The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is a brief drive from Anaheim, and the standout building has been an L.A. landmark since opening in 1965. Featuring works that span geography and history while showcasing the diversity of the region, it’s the biggest art museum in the western half of the country. Here, you’ll…

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  5. Hollywood Bowl

      You’ve heard of Hollywood Bowl in movies and television shows, but have you ever been? It’s a Los Angeles staple for a reason, a mecca for concerts, dining and special events. Voted the best outdoor venue for 12 years in a row by Pollstar Magazine, it’s also the biggest natural outdoor amphitheater in the…

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  6. A History of Sunset Boulevard

      Arguably one of the most famous landmarks in southern California, few can say why Sunset Boulevard is so well-known. It’s located in central and western L.A. County, stretching from the Pacific Coast Highway to Figueroa Street in downtown. At 22 miles long, it’s a lovely and relatively short trip, but takes drivers through notorious…

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  7. Can You Visit the Hollywood Sign?

      Everyone wants to see the Hollywood sign, but can you actually visit it? The simple answer is no, but there are some key spots to take the best photos. Originally funded by a newspaper publisher, Harry Chandler, the first sign said “Hollywoodland” in 1923. Perched on Mount Lee, it fell into disrepair a few…

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  8. Whale Watching Season Begins!

      Newport Beach whale watching season begins January 1 with a special $16 entry. The gray whale begins the longest major migration of all marine mammals this season, with several thousand whales migrating along Newport Beach. Returning from the Baja California lagoon through April, it’s common to see at least five whales on an average…

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  9. It’s a Ghost Town!

      The Calico Ghost Town is just a short drive from your Anaheim hotel, located at 36600 Ghost Town Road in Yermo. Open every day, except Christmas, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., you can make camping reservations by calling 800-TO-CALICO, or simply stop by the Wild West mining town that’s been a tourist favorite…

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  10. Black Star Canyon

      Don’t think all the stars in the L.A. area are in Hollywood! At Black Star Canyon, you can get away from the bustle of the city without having to travel far. This remote canyon in the Santa Ana Mountain Range is a watershed and popular spot for mountain bikers, hikers and star gazers.  The…

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