Anaheim Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Anaheim; our list of the best things to see, including Disneyland Resort, LA Angels and Knott's Berry Farm.
  • The best place in Anaheim: Disneyland Resort

    Disneyland Resort

    1313 Harbor Blvd
    The Disneyland Resort, commonly known as Disneyland, is an entertainment resort in Anaheim, California. It is owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company through its Parks and Resorts division and is home to two theme parks, three hotels, and a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex known as Downtown Disney.
    Southeast food nearby
  • LA Angels

    LA Angels

    Angel Stadium of Anaheim
    The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are the Los Angeles area's American League baseball team.
    Southeast eat nearby
  • Knott's Berry Farm

    Knott's Berry Farm

    8039 Beach Blvd
    daily except for Christmas Day. Hours vary seasonally. 'Single Day''' - Adults: $51.99, Children (3-11) and Seniors (62+): $22.99 '''Half-day (after 4pm)''' - Adults: $25.99, Children (3-11) and Seniors (62+): $22.99 '''AAA Discount''' - 30% off Adult tickets. It features a wide range of attractions from Camp Snoopy for the little ones to scream machines like the Silver Bullet rollercoaster and the Supreme Scream Drop Tower.
    Northwest restaurants nearby
  • Anaheim Ducks

    Anaheim Ducks

    Honda Center
    The Anaheim Ducks are an NHL Hockey that plays across from Angel Stadium in the Honda Center (formerly the Arrowhead Pond). You may also see Disney On Ice shows here as well. It is also open for the public to go and skate.
    Southeast food nearby
  • Anaheim Garden Walk

    Anaheim Garden Walk

    321 West Katella Ave
    A new complex, stretching from Katella to Disney Way, with lots of shops, lots of nice eating places, a sleek cinema, and a fancy bowling place. It's close to Disneyland.
  • Adventure City

    Adventure City

    1238 South Beach Boulevard
    Not much compared to Disney or Knott's, but worth a try. [1]
    Southwest restaurants nearby
  • Flightdeck Air Combat Center

    Flightdeck Air Combat Center

    1601 S. Sunkist St. Unit A Anaheim, CA 92806
    Opened in 2005, Flightdeck Air Combat Center is an authentic military flight simulation center providing civilians the chance to pilot a fighter jet flight simulator. All Sims are full scale replicas of F-16 cockpits. Flight-gear, training and in-flight instruction are provided. Flightdeck has been reviewed on many "things to do" sites and is consistently rated in the top 10 things to do in Orange County.
    Southeast food nearby
  • Long Beach Triathlon

    Long Beach Triathlon

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  • Bourbon Street

    Bourbon Street

    110 E Commonwealth Ave
    M-Th 4PM-2AM, F-Sa 11AM-2AM, Su 10AM-2AM.
  • Budget Music and Video

    1944 S
    Broadway, phone 852-5321, A locally owned record shop with a large collection of new and used cds, body jewelry, incense, lighters, posters, and paintings amongst other odds and ends.
  • Crystal Cathedral

    home to the huge congregation built by the persistently up-beat Rev
    Robert Schuller, is in nearby Garden Grove on Chapman Ave./ Lewis St. An impressive building: as the name implies, made almost entirely of glass.
    Northwest eat nearby
  • Buffalo Exchange

    215 N. Harbor Blvd.
    M-Th 11AM-7PM, F-Sa 11AM-8PM, Su noon-6PM. Used clothing shop has excellent selection of alternative clothing and shoes. Most in good shape and for fair prices.
  • Fullerton Market

    On Wilshire Avenue, between Harbor Boulevard and Pomona Avenue
    Apr 3-Nov 20; Th: 4PM-8:30PM. Free. Street fair, craft and farmers market.
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  • Farmers Market

    801 W. Valencia Drive
    We: 8AM-2PM.
  • Downtown Fullerton

    Harbor Blvd
    / Commonwealth Ave.. Historic Downtown Fullerton is North Orange County's destination for shopping, fine dining, and nightlife. Many family and community oriented events are held frequently at the Downtown Plaza, next to the Fullerton Museum Center.
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  • Haunted Fullerton Walking Tours

    301 N. Pomona Ave.
    $18 (pre-paid reservations required). A 2½ hour, 1½ mile (2.4 km) guided tour of haunted locations in downtown Fullerton. See the website for the exact dates. Note that the tour involves climbing stairs. Not recommended for children under 13.
    food nearby
  • Fullerton Museum Center

    301 N. Pomona Ave.
    Tu, W, F-Su: Noon-4PM; Th: Noon-8PM; M: Closed. General Admission: $4, Seniors 65+: $3; Students (13+ with I.D.): $3; 6 to 12 $1.00; 5 and under: Free.
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  • Slater's 50/50 Burgers By Design

    Slater's 50/50 Burgers By Design

    6362 E. Santa Ana Canyon Road
    Slater’s 50/50® was founded in 2009 in Anaheim Hills, California by Scott Slater, a San Diego State graduate with a passion for gourmet comfort food and craft beer. Teaming up with Executive Chef Brad Lyons, they created the world’s first 50/50 burger – 50 percent ground bacon and 50 percent ground beef – taking the Southern California restaurant scene by storm. In 2011, the second Slater’s 50/50
    Anaheim Hills
  • Mrs. Knott's Chicken Dinner

    Mrs. Knott's Chicken Dinner

    8039 Beach Blvd
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  • Bruxie


    292 N Glassell St
    BRUXIE Gourmet Waffle Sandwiches OPEN DAILY at all 4 locations in SoCal; Christmas Eve: 8a-4p; CLOSED Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day
  • Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill (Anaheim Hills)

    Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill (Anaheim Hills)

    8022 E Santa Ana Canyon Rd
    Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill- Southern California
    Anaheim Hills
  • Indian Wells Brewing Company

    2565 N
    Indian Wells Brewing Company is a local brewery which is experiencing rapid growth. With its award-winning brews its no wonder you can now find its products in Whole Foods in most states across the country. The Brewery offers tours as well as contract brewing for ideas and recipes you may have. In addition to the alcoholic beverages the brewery also produces soda pops. A local favorite is their Root Beer and Cream Soda. The perfect evening trip to stop by and see the mechanics of a local brewery then go next door to the Indian Wells Valley Lodge for and elegant dinner looking out over the airport, city, and the base. (Prices range- $$-$$$)
    Anaheim Hills
  • La Brea Bakery Café

    1556 Disneyland Drive
    (Located at Downtown Disney, along with many other restaurants, such as ESPN Zone and Rainforest Café).
  • The Tavern

    220 E
    College Avenue, +1 814 238-6116, [5]. Dinner from 5PM daily. Adjacent to Penn State, with a very nice atmosphere and excellent food and service.
  • Hamtramck Disneyland

    Hamtramck Disneyland

    12087 Klinger StAlley in back
    Disneyland Park, commonly known as Disneyland, is the first of two theme parks built at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, opened on July 17, 1955. Spanning 160 acres and the only theme park to be designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney, it is dedicated to fairy tales and Disney characters. Disneyland has a larger cumulative attendance than any other theme park in the world, hosting approximately 600 million guests since its opening. In 2011, the park hosted approximately 16.14 million guests, making it the second most visited park in the world that calendar year.
    Southeast food nearby
  • Shabu Shabu

    at The Block at Orange
    (Chapman/State College right next to the I-5). As Japanese restaurants go, they are not cheap. They offer Sushi and a style were you cook your food in boiling water at the table.
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