Category Archives: About Anaheim

  1. Don’t Miss the Not-so-Scary Halloween

      Select days in August, September, October, and November, Disneyland hosts a special (and not-so-scary) Halloween gathering. Get your trick or treat on early August 24 and 27 with a uniquely Spooktacular parade, two ghostly fireworks shows, and trick or treat options around the park. August dates are the least busy, but still do sell…

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  2. Explore Mother Colony House

      Take a step back in time and discover the first building in Anaheim. Located at 400 N West St., what’s now known as Mother Colony House was built in 1857. It showcases the American Territorial style cottage and originally consisted of just three small rooms constructed with redwoods. Admire the decorative crest of the…

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  3. Yorba Regional Park

    Anaheim puts visitors close to several gorgeous parks in southern California, but set your GPS for 7600 East La Palma Ave. and get ready to experience the beauty of Yorba Regional Park. With over 140 acres of lush landscape, trails, picnic tables and lakes, it’s the perfect place to cool down on a hot July…

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  4. Top Two Ethiopian Restaurants

    Anaheim is home to two authentic Ethiopian restaurants where you can taste the flavors of one of Africa’s most flavorful countries. Tana Ethiopian Restaurant and Market is located at 2622 W La Palma Ave. and specializes in homecooked dishes. The relaxed environment is perfect for a business dinner, casual date, or family outing. Start with…

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  5. The Children’s Museum of La Habra

    Does your little one want to hop on board a 1942 railcar? How about see a hand-carved wooden, magical carousel up close? The wonders of the Children’s Museum can’t be missed, and it’s just a short drive away from your Anaheim hotel at 301 Euclid St. Tours. Workshops are available year-round, and with seven permanent…

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  6. Don’t Miss Dapper Day

    Dapper Day at Disneyland is the fashion spectacle of the season. Scheduled for April 21 and 22, enjoy a full weekend of refined styles from yesteryear all the way to contemporary runways. Disneyland hosts a series of elegant events throughout the park, and guests are encouraged to dress up in their finest duds. Whether you…

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  7. Where to Get Your April Fools’ Day Fix

    Looking for the perfect gag gift this April Fools’ Day? Check out the classic Spencer’s Gifts at 20 City Boulevard, Suite 106 in Orange. You’ll find your favorite novelty gifts, gags, and a lot more. Every Spencer’s offers slightly different inventory, and the Orange location goes traditional with fake dog poo, whoopee cushions, chattering teeth,…

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  8. Visit the Honda Center

      Anaheim is home to one of the biggest entertainment venues in the world. The Honda Center is also the Anaheim Ducks home base and hosts the Big West Basketball Tournament. World class concerts and performances take place here, from the Harlem Globetrotters to Stars on Ice and The Rolling Stones. Over 35 million visitors…

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  9. Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center

      Featuring a number of permanent and traveling exhibits, special events and boasting a stunning architectural design, no visit to Anaheim is complete without checking out the “Muzeo.” On site is the Carnegie Gallery, a historic library from 1908 and originally crafted via a $10,000 grant. It served as a library until the 1960s, then…

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  10. Why Grauman’s Chinese Theatre Should Be On Your Bucket List

      Grauman’s Chinese Theatre (TLC) has become synonymous with the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and while those famous stars are certainly surrounding the theatre, Grauman’s is a landmark in its own right. You can complete two L.A. bucket list items in one fell swoop when catching a movie at the historical theatre. A movie palace…

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