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If you are looking to go to Disneyland in Anaheim, please understand that Anaheim is not just all about Disneyland. Disneyland forms a big chunk of the overall Anaheim tourism, but a lot is going on in the greater Orange County California area.

Here is the list of the Top 10 attractions in Anaheim

Disney Resort, Disneyland

Your first stop, of course, is Disneyland. This place has a lot to offer. It has too much to offer that one visit will not be enough.

It’s not unusual for people who traveled a long distance to run out of time trying to explore the whole of Disneyland. A day simply isn’t long enough.

So, unless you can afford to stretch your stay in Disneyland to try and squeeze in all that you want to experience, you may want to be more strategic in checking out the main attractions of Disney Resort and Disneyland to have a good time.

The key is to accept the reality that this magical place is not meant to be visited just once in your life. The creators meant for guests to keep coming back.

Knott’s Berry Farm

In addition to the theme park at Disneyland, you can also check out Knott’s Berry Farm. They have the same offering as Disneyland but without the trademark characters.

So, if you’re looking for adventure rides in a different theme of the overall Disneyland theme park, you may want to visit this place.

Adventure City

If you are looking for a theme park particularly geared towards younger kids, look no further than Adventure City. It’s a great place to hang out with your children.

Also, there’s less likelihood of a large vacation group splitting up in many different sub-groups because everybody has their eye on a different attraction or a different ride. In most cases, large extended family groups can stay together because this theme park is primarily made for kids. Adults can stay and watch them.

Yorba National Park

If you’re looking for an excellent lakeside picnic spot, Yorba Linda is a great place to go. It’s a wonderful national park.

If you’re a nature lover, you find relaxation in the woods and surrounded by a lot of trees and greeneries, this park is for you.

The Ranch

Paired with the Anaheim Whitehouse Restaurant, The Ranch Restaurant and Saloon has a beautiful Western theme. Their food is also well-loved by the people who visit.

So, if you want to check it out, it’s a great break from Disneyland. It has its distinct personality and highlights some of the best culinary offerings of Orange County.

Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach, or Long Beach

Take your pick among these three beaches. These are the closest to Disneyland, and they all have distinctive offerings.

If you’re looking for something eclectic, or even edgy, try Long Beach. On the other hand, if you’re looking for the classic California surfer culture, Huntington Beach has all the sights and sounds that you’re looking for.

Finally, if you are looking for a more upscale Orange County beach experience, Laguna Beach is always a good call.

A day tour of Los Angeles

Los Angeles is known throughout the world because it is the home of Hollywood. Also, it is the home of the L.A. Dodgers so you may be able to watch a baseball game during your trip.

Los Angeles also has many cultural districts, so regardless of the kind of food that you prefer, the greater L.A. area will most likely have it. At night, L.A. beats Orange County, hands down, when it comes to clubs and disco spots.

So, whatever it is that you’re into, L.A., the Hollywood area, as well as the west side of Los Angeles, have all the attractions and activities that you’re looking for.

Universal Studios

If you’re after a distinctive movie-based theme park experience, Universal Studios is an excellent place to visit. Whether it’s Battlestar Galactica, Jaws, or any other movie that was produced by Universal Studios, you will find it there. Your stay will surely be a fantastic experience.

Located in a well-developed hillside, Universal Studios is a complete package. Not only do you get to see movie-themed attractions, as well as their corresponding rides, you also are a stone’s throw away from great restaurants.

Mind you, we’re not talking about some restaurants set up for Universal Studios. We’re referring to quite famous restaurants from all over America.

So, if you’re looking for excellent cuisine and an amazing time exploring a mini city up the Hollywood Hills, Universal Studios is the way to go. It’s a fantastic tour, and it’s a relatively small place that you will not find yourself too tired to get to explore its entirety.

Angel Stadium

If you’re a big baseball fan, you can go to the Angel Stadium at Anaheim and watch the Anaheim Angels play. It’s a great complement to your Disneyland trip.

Anaheim Packing District

If you’re interested in a modern approach to historic architecture, then this place is a must-visit for you. It has a scenic boardwalk and a landscaped garden for guests to hang out in and enjoy. It also has a Food Hall where the hungry can be satisfied with all the culinary creations. This may very well be the icing on your cake, so to speak, in your visit to Anaheim.


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