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Things To Do in Anaheim, California (TOP 5 LIST)

Updated on June 29, 2013

Things To Do in Anaheim, California (TOP 5 LIST)

Things To Do in Anaheim, California (TOP 5 LIST)

Things To Do in Anaheim, California (TOP 5 LIST)


Anaheim, commonly referred to as the “Heart of Orange County”, was founded in 1857 by the efforts of 50 German families and was incorporated into the Orange County on February 10,1870. The city of Anaheim has an estimated population of 336,265 (according to the 2010 US Census). This makes it the 10th most populous city in California and the 2nd largest city in Orange County. Anaheim houses various renowned theme parks, resorts and IT companies. Anaheim offers a variety of attractions and activities to both tourists and locals alike. Here are the top 5 things to do in Anaheim, California:


1. Disneyland
Developed in the 1950s by Walt Disney himself, Disneyland comprises of theme parks, hotels, stores, and restaurants. This magical kingdom is located right off the Santa Ana Freeway. Currently it is managed by The Walt Disney Company and sees an annual attendance of over 10 million guests (which is about 1/30th of the entire population of the United States! Disneyland can be travelled throughout by its monorail system. Since the theme park is extremely large, the monorail is a recommended method to travel throughout the park. Disneyland is a dream place to visit, as it not only features exhilarating rides, but more importantly, Disneyland brings alive the childhood memories that have so long intrigued and entertained each and every one of us.


2. Honda Center
Commonly called “The Pond”, Honda Center is an indoor arena and home to the National Hockey League’s Anaheim Ducks. Completed in 1993, the Honda Center has a seating capacity of 18,336 and plays host to various sporting and non-sporting events, particularly concerts and hockey games.


3. Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Commonly referred to as “The Big-A”, Angel Stadium opened on April 19,1966. Angel Stadium is the current home ground of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim of Major League Baseball. The stadium has a seating capacity of 45,483 and has been featured in various motion films. The games are a real treat to watch. Angel Stadium is a highly recommended attraction for all travelers to Anaheim.

Things To Do in Anaheim, California (TOP 5 LIST)

Things To Do in Anaheim, California (TOP 5 LIST)


4. City National Grove of Anaheim
As a place to catch the melody of live performances, The City National Grove has been in its current state of affairs since January 24,2011. It serves the ears of around 1,700 people at a time with the music that comes straight from stars belonging to various genres. The Grove has played host to notable performances by Bob Dylan, Jamie Foxx and many more.


5. K1 Speed
For the people who are thrilled by the feel of being behind the steering wheel, K1 Speed provides the ultimate go-karting experience to speeders of all ages. The rides are equipped with 20HP electric engines, which make the sport emission free and completely safe. The complex also has a dining area that serves exquisite food to satisfy the hunger that follows the thrill of racing. Needless to say, K1 Speed is the place to go to satisfy the adrenaline-junkie in all of us!


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      Laura L Scotty 

      5 years ago from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

      Thank you, Tony, good job. Since Anaheim is the only city I have visited in California, I was interested to see what you recommended as sites to see. The one thing I didn't see on your list that I found fascinating is the Crystal Cathedral. It was worth just driving through the grounds. The immensity of the Cathedral was awesome.

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      Georgie98 

      5 years ago from UK

      I would go to Disneyland that's all. And I think if you went with kids, with the intention of visiting Disney, no other sights would be seen! Except for maybe the pool when they wanted to have a swim! I haven't been to Disney for 16 years so would love to go back and see how vastly it's changed!

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      Yves 

      5 years ago

      You've brought back memories... I lived in Orange County when I was a pre-teen. (Later, I lived in Redondo) Anyway, my favorite memories are of Disneyland. Ooooh, it's a small world after all. (Just singing the song to one of the most popular rides in my head) I enjoyed your hub very much. You've pointed out all the best things about Anaheim, some of which I've never visited.

      A lovely hub. No doubt, it will give the tourist lots to think about.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 

      5 years ago from California

      Good info for those who are visiting California for the first time and for those who want a few ideas for activities besides the obvious. Voted up+UI...shared.. Lisa♥

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      Abecedarian 

      5 years ago from These United States, Texas

      Love it, great hub, lots of info. Haven't been to Anaheim in what seems like an eternity. Who can resist Disneyland, my kids loved it. Would like to do it again now that the kids are all grown and gone. Don't know if the old ticker can take the rollercoasters anymore though.

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