Category Archives: Activities in Anaheim

  1. Mickey’s Not-so-Scary Halloween Party

    On August 24 and 27, mark your calendar for one of the most exciting summer nights at Disneyland. These special nights in August, September, October, and November allow the Magic Kingdom to come alive with just-spooky-enough delights. Check out the Mickey Boo-to-You Halloween Parade, the Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular, and special Happy HalloWishes fireworks. Get…

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  2. Pageant of the Masters

      Art comes to life July 7 – September 1, as the annual juried exhibit of fine artists comes to town. This year’s theme is Under the Sun, an homage to the early 20th century when impressionists sat alongside plein air artists outdoors to take in the natural beauty—and expose it on canvas. Enjoy a…

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  3. Aquarium of the Pacific

      A short drive from your Anaheim hotel is the famed Long Beach where a five-acre aquarium awaits. Full of fun and adventure, the Aquarium of the Pacific is located at 100 Aquarium Way. The biggest aquarium in the world includes over a dozen permanent exhibits including Frogs: Dazzling and Disappearing, Jellies, the Sea Otter…

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  4. Find Your Fireworks

      Anaheim visitors adore the fireworks at Disneyland any time of year, but the park really kicks it up a notch for the Fourth of July. An inspirational fireworks show is choreographed to patriotic music, and throughout the park you’ll find red, blue, and white treats that are only available once per year. Disneyland is…

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  5. The Butterfly House

      Located nearby at the Environmental Nature Center (1601 E. 16th Street in Newport Beach), the Butterfly House is a magical experience for visitors of all ages. Many scheduled programs take place year-round, so check the schedule to plan your visit and see when visitor hours occur. The Butterfly House is the only destination of…

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  6. Yorba Regional Park

      Arguably the most famous park in Anaheim, Yorba Regional Park is located at 7600 E. La Palma and is open 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. in the summer and spring. Parking is just $3 per vehicle weekdays and $5 on weekends. The popular linear park includes 140 acres nestled in the Santa Ana Canyon….

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  7. Tour the Grand Canyon in Style

      The Grand Canyon might not be the first destination you imagine when booking a trip to Anaheim, but when ushered on a stylish coach, this global phenomenon is a short drive from sunny California. Most stopover in Las Vegas, too. Numerous tour companies offer hotel pick up and customization options, but the most popular…

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  8. Fiesta! Cinco de Mayo

    For over 40 years, Cinco de Mayo celebrants have traveled to Anaheim for the massive holiday celebration. What started as a simple gathering in the 1970s has exploded into one of the biggest parties in the country. The holiday, which celebrates the Mexican army’s victory over France in Pueblo, now includes a folkloric dance competition…

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  9. May Day in Southern California

      Also known as International Worker’s Day, May Day is widely celebrated in Southern California. The Anaheim: May Day March & Rally brings together workers throughout the state and country, and is hosted by the Orange County Labor Federation. All events are held on May 1, and offer a chance to be united with union…

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  10. 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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