Opened in 1955, it is now the second most visited park in the world, behind Disney World Orlando. The actual park is known as the Magic Kingdom and is actually just 1 of 4 parks in the area. If I'm not mistaken the parks are: (Magic, MGM, Animal Kingdom, Epcot). The Magic Kingdom is just one of the four, but it is the original. So not to be missed, whether you are big or small, but if you've been to Eurodisney, it is exactly the same. It is 40 km from the center, but within the city, specifically in Anaheim.
The Santa Ana Canyon Historical Council is one of the best places to visit in the beautiful city of Anaheim, California. You will feel very comfortable watching due to its incredible order and manner of presenting things. You'll have a fine time that you will not regret.
The Anaheim Museum, Inc. (Anaheim) is preserved in the historic Carnegie Library, which was built in 1908. The structure was moved to its current location on Broadway and Boulevard. It's housed the Anaheim Museum since 1987 and 2 of its galleries are reserved for temporary exhibitions that come from other institutions. One third of the gallery is used exclusively for children's exhibits. There's a store providing resources for printed materials related to the history of Anaheim.
The Anaheim Historical Society, is a museum in California, houses important collections of the history of the city of Anaheim. This museum pursues the main objective, to ensure that both residents and tourists can get a better understanding of local history through field trips and explorations.
This natural park is located in Anaheim Hills. It consists of three adjoining canyons, four miles of trails through one of the few wooded oak areas and coastal sage scrub in the region. You'll also find the John J. Collier Interpretation Center located there. This small museum has live regional animal and natural history exhibits.
Foodies, rejoice! The Anaheim Packing District has a wide variety of more than 20 artisan eateries that are sure to leave your belly satisfied. Located in the heart of Downtown Anaheim, the packing district is an accessible and popular spot for visitors and locals alike. (Just be mindful when planning a visit: there’s a wealth of free parking, but it can get crowded!) Probably the most challenging aspect of visiting this place is choosing where to eat: there’s The Kroft for poutine lovers, Pop Bar for those who desire gelato on a stick and are willing to wait in super long lines, a “hidden” bar called Blind Rabbit for those who fancy some drinks, The Chippy if you like fish n’ chips, and so much more! The atmosphere is pleasant, so it’s nice to eat inside. To add to that, visitors can catch live music performances on the weekends!