Anaheim Travel Guide
For a complete
change of scene and away from the heat of the city Catalina Island is a great
choice for a long day out, or even an extended stay in one of the islands fine
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The "Happiest Place On Earth" features rides from the Teacups to the
Matterhorn. Main Street USA welcomes visitors with a look at America in the19th
century. Visitors will enjoy all of the various "lands" and all they
have to offer. One of the most visited attractions in the country!† 2003 prices
start at $47.00 for the over 10ís and $ 37.00 for 3-10 year olds.
Knott's Berry Farm
With over 160 great rides, shows and attractions, it's no wonder that Knott's
Berry Farm is the nation's most popular independent themed amusement park. Enjoy
the wild west stunt shows, the thrilling roller coasters, and donít the kid's
favourite, Camp Snoopy.
Ripley's "Believe it or Not!" Museum
At Ripley's, visitors are challenged by the eccentric, the unique and the bizarre.
And thatís just the normal exhibits! The museum has assembled a collection of
real-life phenomena and scores of curiosities that are very strange and also
mystifyingly true. Some of the items are even quite beautiful! . But as the
say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Universal Studios Hollywood
This is quite a hike across the city from Anaheim but have you have your kids
along you may not have a choice in the matter!
Visitors to Universal Studios can take a behind-the-scenes look at the world's
largest working movie studio. Rides feature the likes of King Kong, ET, and
Jaws, and they feature earthquakes and Back to the Future time travel. Shopping
and restaurants are also available in abundance.
This new family theme park is especially meant for kids 2-12. Most of the attractions
in the 128-acre park are kid-powered, requiring youngsters to pedal, pull, push
or steer their own way. Of course, the park features the LEGO toys and prominent
LEGO constructions like Miniland, a scaled down replica of five regions of the
U.S. made of 20 million LEGO bricks. There is also the LEGO Mindstorms learning
centre featuring computer-equipped facilities utilizing LEGO software. Other
attractions include a castle, a roller coaster, a safari adventure, and several
Aquarium of the Pacific
This internationally renowned aquarium wows guests with its creative examination
of the infinite, astonishing treasures of the Pacific Ocean, the planet's largest,
most diverse body of water. The Aquarium of the Pacific explores three regions
of the Pacific Ocean: the Southern California/Baja Pacific, the Northern Pacific,
and the Tropical Pacific. The aquarium features futuristic design and technology.
San Diego Zoo
All the superlatives
heaped on this amazing zoo are entirely justified. This probably is the
worldís best zoo and features more than 4,000 rare and exotic animals including
pandas, koalas, chimpanzees, and more. Animals are housed in interesting replicas
of their natural habitats. The zoo also has night time entertainment. You can
take the double deck ho on hop off bus if you donít want to walk all the way
round. On the premises is also a world-renowned botanical garden with over 6,500
species of plants.
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