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Not just sandy beaches and sunshine, Anaheim is also a cultural hub filled with history and fantastic people. Home of the Disneyland Resort, Anaheim is the ultimate playground for adults and children alike. Anaheim is the oldest city in Orange County and is home to the NHL Ducks and MLB Angels. Aside from theme parks such as Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm, visitors and locals can enjoy spending time exploring this great city. Take a tour of the Honda Center, home of the Ducks, or Angel Stadium, where the Angels call home. Plan to visit Anaheim around Halloween and lineup to watch the largest Halloween parade in the United States.
Be sure to check out the shopping districts throughout the city, from upscale, high-end boutiques to local thrift stores to down-home farmer’s markets. Find the perfect souvenir to commemorate your trip or to give to loved ones back home. Check out some of the best restaurants the city has to offer from fine dining to mom and pop diners. Cafes, diners, and restaurants with fantastic menu choices of every type of cuisine imaginable can be found in Anaheim. Don’t be left lugging bulky baggage around town, Bounce is here to help you explore the city by offering short-term luggage storage throughout the city.
Bounce has partnered with many Anaheim businesses to offer short-term luggage storage solutions for visitors and even locals in need of stowing bags before darting off on an adventure or off to an important meeting. No matter where you are headed in the city, there is sure to be a Bounce location nearby for your convenience. Drop your bags at a Bounce location and be assured your luggage is safe and secure until you are ready to retrieve it.
Top Things to Do
Anaheim is not just fun-in-the-sun theme parks and beaches, there are many things to do and experience while in Anaheim. From museums to adventure parks to tourist attractions, Anaheim has it all, and boredom will never find you in this bustling city. Walk through the festive streets, hang out in open-air malls, visit beaches, ride rollercoasters, or enjoy a five-star quality meal. No matter what brings you to Anaheim, you will surely leave with fantastic memories.
Anaheim is bursting with cultural experiences, thrill-seeking adventures, and live-action sports. Locals and tourists will mingle in some of the top attractions the city has to offer.
Discovery Cube Orange County: Formerly known as the Discovery Science Center, the Discovery Cube has over 100 hands-on exhibits for visitors to use their imagination and love for learning. While geared more toward children and young adults, everyone is welcome and will walk away having learned something new. Try the Eco Challenge, where you can turn yourself into a big, green superhero. Check out the insides of a dinosaur that stands two stories tall. Come around Halloween or Christmas to check out the Spooky Science and the Science of Gingerbread exhibits.
Disney California Adventure Park: One of the original Disney parks, Disney California Adventure Park features a nostalgic wooden rollercoaster that has been amped up to today’s standards of gravity defying twists and turns. Check out live performances by some of Disney’s most beloved characters. Get your picture taken with one of your favorites. Enjoy scrumptious park food and beverages in between experiencing all the rides and shows offered.
Angel Stadium of Anaheim: You do not have to be an Angels’ fan or even a baseball fan to admire Angel Stadium. Buy a ticket and check out a game, feeling the energy of the fans around you. Grab a bite to eat in between innings and experience some of the best ballpark fare in the country. If you don’t want to take in a game but want to see the stadium, no problem, sign up for a stadium tour. During the tour, you will learn the history of the stadium, including how it was the former home of the NFL Los Angeles Rams. During the tour, don’t be surprised if your guide calls the stadium the “Big A,” its unofficial nickname. (Bag Check Policy: Bags must be 16”x16”x8” or smaller)
When in Anaheim, shop like the locals and hit some of the best outlets in the area. Or find great deals on fresh produce and handmade items at the local farmer’s market. No matter what you are shopping for, you will have a blast searching for the right item in Anaheim.
The Outlets at Orange: With over 120 different outlets and value retail shops, there is something for everyone. Shop Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, Tommy Hilfiger, DKNY, Calvin Klein, and more. Drop the kids at the skate park, spend time at Dave & Buster’s or the bowling alley. Take in a movie at the AMC Theater. While here, grab a bite at one of the over 25 fantastic eateries and make a day of shopping and fun with the entire family.
Anaheim Farmer’s Market: One of the largest farmer’s markets in the state, the Anaheim Farmer’s Market has hundreds of vendors offering wares ranging from live plants, fresh produce, and handmade crafts and gifts. Several vendors offer food products such as specialty cheeses, beverages, meats, jams, and spreads. Pick up a stained glass ornament for a gift or find a hand-carved plaque.
Anaheim Indoor Marketplace: With over 200 shops and vendors, this indoor flea market has a plethora of wares available. Find name-brand items at a deeply discounted price. Find anything from clothing to jewelry to electronics. Come on in and enjoy live entertainment while you mill around from shop to shop. Stop in on Fridays and join in on Karaoke or Mexican Bingo. Spend a relaxing Sunday shopping and listening to a spicy Latin band play live.
No matter what you have a craving for, there will be a restaurant or diner to fit your needs. Anaheim is a melting pot of flavors ranging from upscale, fine dining cuisine to down-home southern cooking and everything thrown in between.
The Cove on Harbor: This scrumptious deli offers specialty sandwiches, pastries, chips, and beverages. Aside from being a deli for over 30 years, the Cove on Harbor is also a small market offering snacks, toiletries, drinks, and souvenirs. For a quick and tasty meal, drop in and enjoy a specialty coffee or beer with your tasty deli sandwich, then grab a delicious pastry for dessert. It's the perfect meal solution when you are on the go in Anaheim.
The Ranch Restaurant & Saloon: This casual dining restaurant offers upscale food in a more relaxed atmosphere. The Ranch provides innovative and delicious menu options created from fresh ingredients found within the region. Ask your server about the best wine for your meal or enjoy a shot of well-aged whiskey.
Baci di Firenze Trattoria: Sometimes, you are just in the mood for authentic Italian food. Anaheim offers several options, including Baci di Firenze Trattoria, a fine dining establishment. They have a passionate Italian chef who has created a mouth-watering menu of traditional dishes inspired by Northern and Southern Italy.
Anaheim, California is practically synonymous with Walt Disneyland these days. However, the city has much more culture and history outside of its relationship with the house of mouse. German settlers founded the city of Anaheim in 1857, hence the city’s German-sounding name. In fact, the name Anaheim comes from the nearby Santa Ana river and the German word “heim” for home. As of 2010, Anaheim reported a population size of more than 330,000 citizens to the US census. Anaheim doesn’t just house Walt Disneyland, but the Anaheim Convention Center, Angel Stadium, and the Honda Center as well. It’s no wonder that so many millions of people from all around the world visit Anaheim every year – especially during vacation season.
If you’re visiting California, chances are high that Anaheim is on your list of must-see cities. Before you go, you should know a few things about Anaheim’s crime statistics. According to the National Crime Index, Anaheim places at number 17 out of the top 100 safest cities in America. Cities placed closer to 1 on the Index’s scale experience more criminal activity than cities placed closer to 100. Our data suggests that Anaheim is safer than 17% of American cities. Each year, Anaheim’s citizens report somewhere around 9, 921 crimes. About 1,193 of these reports are considered violent crimes. However, about 8,728 reports are property related crimes. Bounce is a 24 hour, 7 days a week luggage storage service that can help you protect your property. While you’re visiting Anaheim, look for a Bounce luggage storage partner and drop your bags for safekeeping.
“What’s the best way to get around Anaheim?”
Cities in Southern California are all different and unique in their own ways. However, each of them is beholden to one unspoken rule – you need a car to go anywhere in a reasonable timeframe. Anaheim is no different; the city’s public transportation system gets flooded with commuters, and the streets aren’t exactly bike-friendly.
“Is public transportation in Anaheim safe?”
Anaheim’s transit system is safe, but it’s also severely impacted most days of the week. Local law enforcement officers monitor bus stops and train stations throughout the day. However, you’ll need to be much more alert at night or even if there’s a lot of commotion going on during a crowded daytime commute.
“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in Anaheim?”
Well, most folks would argue that Southwest Anaheim is the best place to stay. Why? Because Disneyland is nestled within its borders. However, Anaheim Hills features some of the best hotels and hostels in the city.
“What are the best museums to visit in Anaheim?”
One of Anaheim’s most famous exhibits is the Muzeo de Anaheim. Founder's Park and the Discovery Cube are also some of Orange County’s most popular venues.
“What’s the best time of year to visit Anaheim?”
Whenever you visit Anaheim, please make sure it isn’t the summer. California can reach blistering temperatures between June and September, making the “Happiest Place on Earth” feel like the “Hottest Place on Earth.” Spring, fall, and winter are all much better, and much more affordable options.
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The most popular restaurants to visit are Redondo Beach Pier, The Cheesecake Factory, and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Anaheim are Camelot Inn & Suites in Anaheim, WorldMark Anaheim, and Courtyard Anaheim/Theme Park Entrance.
Anaheim offers several scenic parks including Topanga State Park, Chino Hills State Park, and Irvine Regional Park.
You can find local tourist information at Guided Tours, Guest Information: DAS Distrubution, and Information.
If you're looking for a good museum in Anaheim, we recommend Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum, Discovery Science Center, and Muckenthaler Cultural Center. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Anaheim's most popular historical attractions including Yost Theater or MCAS Tustin Blimp Hangar and monuments like Autonetics, Tomorrowland Monorail Station, or Independence Hall. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Tuna Canyon Detention Station, Michael White Adobe, or Topanga Lookout Tower ruins.