Adventures in Anaheim California – From Muzeo to Disneyland

Lying close to the southern coast of California and home to one of the most famous theme parks in the world, millions spend summer days exploring the many facets of Anaheim. While visiting the popular city, guests often take in bit of nature, go shopping, see a baseball game or journey into the past. Accommodations are plentiful and need not ruin the family budget. Located just steps from the Disneyland Resort entrance, the Anaheim Express Inn Maingate offers comfortable lodging at affordable prices. Plan a fun filled vacation in Anaheim and book a room online by visiting our website.

The city maintains 46 parks covering approximately 600 acres. Filled with playgrounds, picnic areas, walking trails and other amenities, the destinations provide a place for residents and guests to enjoy the warm, sunny weather of the state. Many venture to Yorba Regional Park located at the entrance of Santa Ana Canyon. The linear park spans over one mile in length and follows the course of the Santa Ana River. Forests, lakes and ponds attract many who regularly engage in any number of outdoor activities that include fishing and paddle boat rides. Trails meandering through the scenic park and along the river provide an enticing environment where individuals often pursue bike riding, jogging or leisurely strolls.

The community has no lack of shopping options. Venture to the GardenWalk outdoor shopping center whether wanting to catch the latest movie, needing a new summer outfit or a gift for someone special. Located in the Anaheim Resort District, the destination features over 40 boutiques and stores, a dozen fast food eateries and fine dining restaurants. Indulge in a few hours of pampering at the wellness spa, or take the family bowling. Escape the summer heat and enjoy a movie at one of the cinemas or splurge on a night out at the lounge.

The Honda Center hockey stadium, home of the Mighty Ducks, also regularly hosts concerts performed by popular big name entertainers. Journey over to Angel Stadium and enjoy an afternoon of major league baseball. Tours of the stadium offer guests the opportunity of taking a glance behind the scenes by visiting the clubhouse, dugout and press box.

Visitors often head to the Muzeo when looking for cultural and educational entertainment. The unique museum hosts a variety of traveling exhibits every year that cover genres ranging from archeology to the arts. History buffs visit the Ramon Peralta Adobe Site and the Mother Colony House where Anaheim founding families once resided. These were some of the first homes built in the community during the mid 1800s. Now maintained by local historical societies, the structures contain period décor and furnishings, which allow guests a look back into Americana history.

Disneyland remains the main attraction in the city and millions of families journey here annually to visit the magical world created by Walt Disney. Rides through popular resort icons that include the Haunted Mansion and the Pirates of the Caribbean continue thrilling visitors today. Newer attractions include Ariel’s Underwater Sea, which features the antics of the heroic Little Mermaid.


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