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A trip to Disneyland® (aka the Happiest Place on Earth) in Southern California is every child’s dream, but the fun doesn’t end once you leave Disneyland® Resort and Disneyland® Park in Anaheim. There are plenty of other kid-friendly attractions less than 15 minutes away in and near the neighboring towns of Anaheim and Buena Park, and securing tickets in advance—or combining admission to Disneyland with a nearby park—reduces the stress of long ticket lines. At Knott’s Berry Farm, kids can ride rollercoasters and meet Snoopy and the Peanuts crew. Next door, Knott’s Soak City has waterslides and a wave lagoon. Finish your day at Medieval Times Buena Park with an evening of feasting and jousting. Hollywood is just 32 miles (52 kilometers) northwest, and families can experience the magic of Tinseltown during studio tours of Universal Studios Hollywood and Warner Bros. Hollywood Studio. Spot celebrities in Beverly Hills on a bus tour of Rodeo Drive, take a horseback ride up to the famous Hollywood sign, or discover Los Angeles on a sightseeing tour of the city. Or take a beach break on the sunny California coast. Between Santa Monica and San Diego, you can kick back at Huntington Beach, Laguna Beach, or Newport Beach in Orange County. From Newport Beach, take a whale-watching or deep-sea fishing cruise, or catch the ferry for tours of Catalina Island. If you are visiting during Memorial Day weekend, don’t miss the famous Garden Grove Strawberry Festival.

Top 13 attractions in Anaheim & Buena Park

Disneyland® Park

The original Disney® destination, developed in 1955 by Walt Disney, Disneyland® Park remains a favorite of both kids and adults alike. Known for its nine lands—including Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, and the most recent addition, Star Wars™: Galaxy’s Edge—this is the place to enjoy classic Disney attractions such as the Sleeping Beauty Castle, Space Mountain®, and Pirates of the Caribbean®.More

Huntington Beach

When people think of what life is like for folks who actually live in Southern California, images similar to Huntington Beach typically come to mind. Appropriately nicknamed “Surf City USA,” Huntington Beach’s 10 miles of coastline and warm temperatures make outdoor living possible year round.Popular activities revolve around the wide, sandy beaches, from surfing to volleyball, swimming and stand-up paddle boarding. When the sun sets, beach bonfires become the star attraction in the sand. Huntington Beach has more than over 500 fire rings, free and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Hot dogs and s’mores cook nicely under the stars.The Huntington Beach Pier is one of the longest piers on the West Coast, stretching 1,850 feet into the waves. It serves as the unofficial center of all of the action and is located on the Pacific Coast Highway and Main Street. Visitors can fish, shop, eat or just wander.More

Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

Located in Yorba Linda, the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum documents the life and legacy of the controversial 37th president of the United States. Visit the museum—fully renovated in 2016—to engage with interactive displays, new exhibits, multimedia presentations, and replicas of the Oval Office and East Room.More

Knott's Berry Farm

Knott’s Berry Farm, a 160-acre (65-hectare) amusement park in Buena Park, California, is one of the most-visited theme parks in the United States. The attractions—from dizzying roller coasters to scream-inducing thrill rides—and water park make Knott’s a popular option for family fun in Southern California.More

Angel Stadium

The Angel Stadium of Anaheim, home to Major League Baseball’s Los Angeles Angels, ranks among the country’s most scenic stadiums, thanks to its prime views of the San Gabriel and Santa Ana Mountains. A standout feature is the California Spectacular rock pile, complete with an erupting geyser behind center field.More

Pirates Dinner Adventure

Board a replica 18th-century Spanish galleon in Buena Park for the Pirates Dinner Adventure, a family-friendly evening that includes a swashbuckling show and buffet dinner. Enjoy a night of action, comedy, adventure, and romance, complete with dramatic sword play, gravity-defying stunts and acrobatics, fiery pyrotechnics, and dazzling special effects.More

Disney California Adventure® Park

Home to a host of Disney®-, Pixar-, and Marvel-themed attractions across eight distinct lands—including Pixar Pier, Hollywood Land, and Buena Vista Street—Disney California Adventure® Park is ideal for younger kids, superhero fans, and adults alike. Meet famous faces such as Elsa and Anna, Black Panther, and Groot; catch the after-dark World of Colors spectacular; and tuck into a Ghirardelli hot fudge sundae.More
Knott's Soak City

Knott's Soak City

Inspired by the beach towns and surf culture of Southern California, Knott’s Soak City is a great way to beat the summer heat. From dueling tube slides to a relaxing lazy river and a children’s pool area, the whimsical water park is an essential Orange County summer experience for the whole family.More
Orange County Coast

Orange County Coast

Nestled in between Los Angeles and San Diego, the Orange County Coast is best known for its stretch of cities that run along the scenic Southern California shoreline. With 40-plus miles to lay your towel in the sand, life here is centered around the beach.Some of the best known cities that make up the Orange County Coast include Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Dana Point and San Clemente. Along with the expected beach activities like surfing, swimming and soaking up the sun, the Orange County Coast has numerous beach trails for avid hikers. Piers dot the coast and downtown main streets loaded with shopping and restaurants are typically only steps from the sand.More
Medieval Times Buena Park

Medieval Times Buena Park

One of America's favorite dinner attractions, Medieval Times Buena Park presents an evening spectacular of pageantry, dramatic horsemanship, breathtaking swordplay, and romance. Guests feast on a 4-course banquet served without silverware in a mock 11th-century Spanish palace, complete with red tile roofs and palm trees.More

Downtown Disney® District

For dining, shopping, and entertainment, head to the Downtown Disney® District, located within walking distance of Disneyland® Park and Disney California Adventure® Park. Open daily, the district’s dining options run the gamut from Mexican and American fare to Cajun and Italian cuisine, while popular shops include the Star Wars™ Trading Post, LEGO® Store, and Sephora. For a spot of entertainment, don’t miss the lively jazz club.More
Christ Cathedral

Christ Cathedral

Designed by postmodernist architect Philip Johnson, the Crystal Cathedral was built in the shape of a 4-pointed star and boasts 10,661 windows, seating capacity for 3,000, and an organ with 17,106 pipes. The structure anchors a vast campus of gardens, reflecting pools, fountains, and sculptures, including a Gothic prayer chapel.More
Bowers Museum

Bowers Museum

Orange County’s largest museum seeks to promote human understanding through its collection of 91,000 works of art representing peoples and cultures from around the globe. The collection is particularly strong in the areas of Asian, Pacific, Native American, and pre-Columbian art, as well as Orange County history.More
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Recent reviews from experiences in Anaheim & Buena Park

Great Tour and Very Convenient
Kathleen_R, Feb 2023
The Best of LA Tour: Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Griffith Park +More
Fun and well organized tour hitting many of the top attractions in LA.
Best tour of LA!
Tara_v, Dec 2022
Small-Group Day Tour of Hollywood, Los Angeles and Beaches from Anaheim
So knowledgeable, social and very descriptive on best things to see do and most important - how to find a restroom (so important if you’ve ever been to NYC lol).
Ideal Tour from Anaheim
Carrie_S, Feb 2020
The Best of LA Tour: Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Griffith Park +More
This tour was ideal to see highlights of LA/Hollywood while I was staying in the Anaheim area.
best day with the best tour guide!
Cara_R, May 2019
Small-Group Day Tour of Hollywood, Los Angeles and Beaches from Anaheim
Would highly recommend this day tour as it allowed you to see a lot of things in a short space of time.
Great tour, saw all the landmarks!
Cheryl_G, Jul 2022
Small-Group Hollywood, LA Beaches & Filming Location Tour from Anaheim
We loved the tour, and it allowed us to see all the places we wouldn’t have got to otherwise, as we were staying in Anaheim.
Better than expected!
Brady_B, Jul 2021
Small-Group Hollywood, LA Beaches & Filming Location Tour from Anaheim
Great way to see Los Angeles and Hollywood area in one day.
Wonderful trip to see the sights and...
L_M, Apr 2018
Hollywood, California Science Center, and the Griffith Observatory from Anaheim
Wonderful trip to see the sights and learn about LA.
Good way to see it all
Jane_E, Jun 2022
The Best of LA Tour: Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Griffith Park +More
The tour got us back at 7pm so it was a long day but def the way to see everything in LA …..
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