Anaheim in Orange County, California has a population of more than 336,000, making it the 10th largest city in the state. The city is most known for its theme parks, its sports teams, and its convention center. Book a bus rental and charter in Anaheim, California and get ready to have tons of fun and excitement!
Anaheim is the perfect place to tour for families with kids. After all, it is best known as the location of the "happiest place on earth," the Disneyland Resort. So why not get on a bus rental and charter in Anaheim, California and start your adventure here? Owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company, the Disneyland Resort is home to two theme parks (Disneyland and Disney California Adventure), three hotels, as well as Downtown Disney, which is a dining, shopping, and entertainment complex.
You can also take the kids to Adventure City if you want to treat them to fun and thrilling rides but without the crowd and at more budget-friendly prices.
You should also get on a bus rental and charter in Anaheim, California and take the entire family on a little trip to Hobby City, which houses about 20 specialty art and craft shops. It has the Doll & Toy Museum, too, a half-scale replica of the White Houses that has every type of Barbie doll, and dolls of other kinds, including movie stars, sports personalities, and even American presidents.
Make sure to visit Downtown Anaheim, where you can experience the best of everything in the city in just one area. You have plenty of shopping, dining, arts and entertainment options. For example, if you want to see artworks, you can check out the Center Gallery at the Community Center, Rothick Art Haus, or Promenade Gallery. Or you can go to Muzeo, which has exhibits on art, heritage, and culture. You should also check out the Downtown Anaheim Certified Farmers' Market & Craft Fair for fresh and organic produce, plants and vegetables, artisan breads, baked goods, and for unique handcrafted items, among others.
The Anaheim Packing District in Downtown Anaheim is a great place to go if you want the ultimate dining experience. This indoor food and wine venue and communal gathering place is made up of the historical Packard Building, which is now home to the Anaheim Brewery and Umami Burger; Farmers Park, which is a beautiful two-acre park with a boardwalk, a grassy knoll, gardens, and olive grove; and Packing House, which is one of the few remaining packing houses from the agricultural era of the early 1900s now transformed into a food hall reminiscent of European and South American public markets and which serves really good food and excellent wine.
Anaheim GardenWalk is also a great place to dine, shop, and be entertained.
Meanwhile, you can go to any of the city's community, neighborhood, or special use parks, where you can enjoy various amenities, including playgrounds, open spaces, ball fields, basketball courts, and picnic shelters.