Located in Orange County, Orange is home to close to 140,000 people and lots of attractions. Visit the city on a bus rental in Orange, California today!
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The city holds several annual festivals and fairs. There is the 3rd of July at Fred Kelly Stadium, Concerts in the Park at Hart Park Bandshell, and three holiday programs: Treats in the Streets, Thanksgiving Gift Basket Program, and Tree Lighting Ceremony. You can also participate in the Orange International Street Fair, where you join more than 400,000 visitors in celebrating the cultural diversity that helped the city excel. Or perhaps celebrate Veterans Day at the Sante Fe Depot Park.
Shop at the Outlets at Orange, where you have a mix of nationally known retailers, restaurants and other establishments. Or shop at The Village where you have at least 100 specialty shops, services and restaurants. Go to the Plaza at the intersection of Chapman and Glassell and see why locals and visitors have always voted for Old Towne as the county's best downtown. The Plaza has more than five dozen antique dealers, restaurants and other shops. You can also go to Stadium Promenade for more restaurants and movies!
Speaking of restaurants, Orange has some of the best in the county. Check out Cortina's Orange where you could order the best Italian food and sandwiches. Or perhaps, go for Mexican food at Mariscos Mocorito, Gabbi’s Mexican Kitchen, Anepalco’s Cafe, Taco Adobe, or Taqueria Mexico.
If you hate meat, then you can go to Green Tomato Grill, Mead’s Green Door Cafe, or Loving Hut. On the other end of the spectrum, those who go for barbecued meats at Brew Hawg BBQ & Brewing Co., Smokey Fred's BBQ, and the Tulsa Rib Company.
If you are looking for Asian flavors, you are in luck as there are quite a few great Asian restaurants in the city. For Thai food, you can check out Lanta Thai Fusion, Cha Thai Restaurant, or Royal Thai Orchid Restaurant. Mix Chinese and Indian flavors at Wok N Tandoor. Or you might want to focus on Indian food at Masala Zone Fresh Indian Grill, Tandoor Cuisine of India or Masala Craft Indian Cuisine. Meanwhile, you have the best Chinese food at Green China, Yang Ming Garden, and Fortune Cookies. Perhaps you would love the ramen at Yoshiharu Ramen or Okazu Ramen House.
Poke District has some mean Hawaiian fare and seafood. Other restaurants that you should not miss out on are Tutto Fresco, Zena’s Mediterranean and Lebanese Cuisine, LinX, and Patagonia Empanadas.
There are more than a dozen sites in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Plaza and Old Towne Orange Historic District is now largely a commercial area but it remains to be the biggest nationally registered historic district in the state. The historic district covers one square mile of land and has around 1,300 buildings with a variety of architectural styles. You also have the historic schools such as the Cypress Street Schoolhouse, Lydia D. Killefer School, Orange Intermediate School-Central Grammar School, and the Orange Union High School.
Meanwhile, check out the Lewis Ainsworth House, which has an American craftsman architecture and was built in the 1910s. It was recently restored. Other historic houses you can also visit include the Porter-French House, C. Z. Culver House and the Parker House.
Then you can also tour the remaining historic sites such as the First Baptist Church of Orange, Olive Civic Center, and St. John's Lutheran Church.
Aside from these nationally registered historic sites, you also have the American Legion Hall, where the original members of Post 132 met. Built in the 1920s, it is well preserved. The Grijalva Adobe Site is the location of Juan Pablo Grijalva’s adobe home. Grijalva was the first ranchero and colonizer of Orange. You should also visit the Watson Drugs & Soda Fountain. Watson is the oldest drug store in the county and is the oldest business still existing in the city.
Check out Irvine Park, which has 477 acres of space that includes ballfields, horseshoe pits and a volleyball court, along with a nature center, mini railroad, lagoon, bike rentals, picnic facilities, biking, hiking and horseback riding trails, and boats.
Irvine Lake is a fishing lake that has 700 acres of space and has several features including rocky cliffs, coves, creek channels, and trees. It has a fully stocked lake, a bait and tackle shop, and a cafe. Then check out the Peters Canyon Regional Park, where you can have 354 acres of space that includes a freshwater marsh, grasslands, riparian, and the Upper Peters Canyon Reservoir.
Pitcher Park has stone pathways and groves of trees, as well as flower and vegetable gardens. You can also check out the Santiago Oaks Regional Park and Nature Center where you have 350 acres of space that includes hiking, horseback riding and biking paths, and history exhibits! Or go to Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary where you can see 150 bird species, reptiles and rodents.
Other parks you can visit include Belmont Park, Hart Park, La Veta Park, Santiago Hills Park, Serrano Park, Fred Barrera Park, El Camino Real Park, Steve Ambriz Memorial Park, and Shaffer Park.
Orange County Zoo has 130 animals and birds that are native to the area. See deer, coyotes, and Sampson, the hot tub bear. The kids will also love petting goats, sheep and barnyard animals at the petting zoo.
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