Anaheim Area Blog

  1. Say Boo! at Mickey’s Not-so-Scary Halloween

      The last Friday and Monday in August are reserved for the popular Mickey’s Not-so-Scary Halloween party, a family-friendly extravaganza for all ages. Why wait until Halloween to trick or treat? Dress up in your favorite costume (just leave the masks in your Anaheim hotel, please) and get ready to usher in autumn early. It’s…

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  2. Mother Colony House

      You’ll find one of Anaheim’s most famous landmarks at 400 N West St. The Mother Colony House was one of the first buildings in modern-day Anaheim, with construction starting in 1857. The American Territorial-style cottage includes three rooms. Made out of local redwood, it’s a favorite destination for history buffs and architect lovers, complete…

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  3. Best Korean Restaurants Anaheim and the surrounding area is a veritable melting pot when it comes to cuisine, and nothing compares to Korean-style BBQ. Try Myung Dong Kyoja at 1000 N Euclid St. for savory seafood pancakes, tofu served warm with sesame seeds and a soy sauce, and the bimbimbap bowl topped with an egg….

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  4. Visit the Crystal Cathedral

      Located in nearby Garden Grove at 13280 Chapman Ave., the Crystal Cathedral is a gorgeous landmark site that’s open for secular tours as well as regular religious services. Part of the Roman Catholic Diocese, the aptly named shimmering tower soars into the sky. Tours last around 40 minutes, and for many it’s a treat…

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  5. Get Bowled Over in Anaheim

      Bowling is a fantastic activity for date night, family outings, or simply for out-of-town visitors who want to indulge in some nostalgic good times. In the Anaheim area, there are plenty of bowling alleys like Concourse Bowling Center at 3364 East La Palma Ave. The completely updated destination has a full-service bar, restaurant with…

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  6. Rock City Climbing Gym

      Climbing is a favorite sport and pastime in California, and there’s no better place to “hang out” than the Rock City Climbing Gym. The cost is just $12 for a day pass, $3 for shoe rental, and it’s truly for everyone. Whether you want to try out bouldering (no ropes) or top roping to…

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  7. Best Indian Food in Anaheim

      Craving saag paneer, your favorite curry, or a sweet lassi to help you keep cool on a hot Anaheim afternoon? The city is full of top Indian picks, like Punjab Tandoor at 327 South Anaheim Blvd., Suite A. Punjabi cuisine is a favorite with rich, creamy sauces and plenty of tandoori-cooked naan and other…

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  8. Best Italian in Anaheim

      Anaheim is a foodie hot spot, and no trip to Southern California is complete without sampling the Italian fare. With a rich Italian population, Anaheim is home to a number of local legends like Baci Italian Restaurant located at 416 N Lakeview Ave. Try the lobster soup, pasta with sausage, and other comfort foods…

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  9. Anaheim Convention Center

      A stay at Pavilions Hotel means being minutes from the Anaheim Convention Center where world-class performances take place year-round. Sporting events, concerts, tradeshows, and more flock to Orange County to take advantage of the updated venue space with cutting-edge technology. In 2017, the center expanded to add 200,000 more square feet of flexi-space for…

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  10. Camelot Golfland

      Are you looking for the royal treatment when it comes to family fun centers? Anaheim’s Camelot Golfland at 3200 E. Carpenter Avenue is so much more than mini golf. It’s a family- and date-destination where you can customize birthday parties and group events to create a memorable outing worthy of kings and queens. The…

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