Aquarium of the Pacific. Take a journey of discovery at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, one of the largest aquariums in the country with 1,000 species that fill 19 habitats and 32 exhibits. Meet over 12,500 animals as you explore the Pacific Ocean's three regions: sunny Southern California and Baja, the frigid waters of the North Pacific, and the colorful reefs of the Tropical Pacific. Come face-to-face with the ocean's ultimate predators in Shark Lagoon, take an exciting Behind-the-Scenes tour, and experience the film AnimalVision 3-D. See the iridescent jellyfish exhibit and a rare dragonfish. The Aquarium is anchor to The Pike at Rainbow Harbor, the largest waterfront development in California. Visit
Catalina Island. A boat or helicopter ride away from the Orange County coast, Catalina Island is California’s island resort destination. Discover Southern California’s quaint island escape in the Pacific, framed by crystal-clear waters, picturesque beaches and rolling foothills. Enjoy biking, diving, fishing, golfing, hiking, horseback riding, kayaking and snorkeling as you enjoy the scenic wilderness of oak, cactus, and sage. Explore the island’s secluded coves surrounded by ocean with lush kelp forests and abundant sea life. For a relaxing pace, sunbathe at Descanso Beach, tour the Island by golf cart or explore Avalon’s village boutiques and galleries. Take the Catalina Express from San Pedro to enjoy a casual seaside getaway on Catalina Island.

City of Huntington Beach. A beautiful vacation destination in Orange County, Huntington Beach offers miles of pristine white beaches and perfect weather for surfing, rollerblading, skateboarding, swimming, playing volleyball or basking in the sun. With its expansive beaches and consistent surf break, "Surf City” is Orange County’s haven for surfing waves, lounging on the warm sand, enjoying sunset walks on the beach or gathering around a beach fire after dark. Enjoy incredible shopping, a 25-acre equestrian center, a disc frisbee golf course, Huntington Central Park, the world renowned Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, and a diversity of restaurants - from sidewalk cafés to formal dining. Visit  [Top]
CBS Television City. See where Elvis Presley appeared on the "Ed Sullivan Show" in 1956 at CBS Television City, a studio famous as the birthplace of the "Carol Burnett Show," "The Sonny & Cher Show" and dozens of popular CBS programs. If you're interested in seeing a TV show being recorded live, walk up to the studio's ticket office and pick up your tickets on the spot. When David Letterman brings his "Late Show" out to the west coast, he tapes at CBS Television City, and you can get tickets to his rare L.A. shows if you write in advance. Visit the CBS gift for a variety of studio souvenirs. Visit

Crystal Cathedral. Located in Garden Grove, Crystal Cathedral is one of Southern California's most beautiful odes to religion. Larger than the cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris, the glass cathedral is shaped like a four-pointed star, with over 10,000 panes of tempered silver colored reflective glass covering the labyrinthine and opalescent facade. Glinting under the Southern California sun, the Crystal Cathedral is a brilliant site with 3,000 seats. A bell tower called Tower of Hope, comprised of highly polished stainless steel prisms, houses a 52 bell carillon with a chapel located at the base of the steeple. The church grounds include gardens, reflection pools ad statues. There's also a gift shop and free tours Monday - Saturday, 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Information: 714-971-4000 or  [Top]
Disneyland®  Park. From the charm of Main Street, U.S.A.  to the whimsy of Mickey's Toontown, explore eight fantastic lands of nostalgia and delight. Let your imagination soar in an enchanted kingdom of fantasy and magical entertainment. At Disneyland®  Park, you’ll experience more than 60 attractions, 50 shops and 30 restaurants. Zoom through doom on their biggest ride in 40 years, the Indiana Jones  Adventure - a high-tech, adrenaline-pumping thrill on wheels. Experience thrilling rides like the Matterhorn Bobsleds, Space Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, Splash Mountain and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Meet Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy! New innovations like Disney's FASTPASS® Service keeps waiting in line to a minimum. Visit

Disney’s California Adventure® Park. Disney's California Adventure®  Park is a 55-acre theme park located next to Disneyland®  Park. Immerse yourself in a magical festival of shows, parades and attractions celebrating California's storied past and exciting future. From the gold rush to Hollywood's golden era to the timeless allure of the beach, discover the vast and diverse Golden State. Enjoy five themed lands, including Sunshine Plaza, Paradise Pier, Hollywood Pictures Backlot, Golden State and the all-new "a bug's land". Get ready for California Screamin', a looping rollercoaster with plenty of air-time, and Soarin' over California, where you’ll feel like you're flying over California’s greatest landmarks. Visit  [Top]
Discovery Science Center. Children and adults will have fun interacting with more than 120 hands-on exhibits, participating in live science shows, and experiencing a 3-D laser show. Discovery Science Center offers family and teacher workshops, fieldstrips, and after-hours functions. Enjoy the fun of discovery! Call (714) 542-2823.

Getty Center. Situated on a hilltop with breathtaking views of Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Mountains, and the Pacific Ocean, the Getty Center in Los Angeles features works of art in the J. Paul Getty Museum, dining, tranquil gardens, and activities that give you new perspectives on art. Visit

Medieval Times. Experience the splendor, pageantry and romance of the Middle Ages at the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. Feel the thunder of hooves, the shattering of lances, the clash of swords and ringing axes as knights engage in combat for the title of champion. Enjoy an exceptional royal feast as you witness the chivalry and horsemanship of medieval days in this magnificent setting. Visit  [Top]
Downtown Disney®  District. Downtown Disney® District is an entertainment, shopping and dining promenade outside the front gates to Disney’s theme parks. A hipper version of Disneyland's® Main Street, U.S.A.  Downtown Disney® District offers 21 unique shops, live entertainment and 7 restaurants including Rainforest Café and ESPN Zone®. Party with great tunes at the House of Blues, dine on spicy food at Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen, shop at the massive World of Disney® store, catch a movie at the 12-screen AMC® Theater, or kick back at the ultimate sports bar with over 200 TVs. Downtown Disney® District still has vestiges of Disney®-ness. Visit

Garden Grove. Take a trip to Garden Grove, a vibrant, progressive city with exciting neighborhoods, festivals and attractions, like the breathtaking Crystal Cathedral - one of Southern California's finest architectural and religious monuments. Shop your way down Main Street, where colorful flower baskets line the three blocks of shops and restaurants. Check out Harbor Boulevard, a booming entertainment area, and experience ethnic treats at Garden Grove's Korean shopping district. Garden Grove is home to four annual festivals, including the Strawberry Festival, the largest community Memorial Day event in the West. Enjoy the Free Summer Concert Series in the Village Green Park, featuring jazz, rock, pop and swing, and jazz greats such as Pancho Sanchez. Tour the Stanley Ranch Museum, a two-acre Historical Society park with Garden Grove's oldest homes, such as the Ware-Stanley House built in 1892, and buildings, such as Garden Grove's first post office, and the Walt Disney Studio Garage.  [Top]
Honda Center of Anaheim. Formerly Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim, Honda Center is Southern California's premier entertainment and sports venue. Honda Center hosts first-class events throughout the year, including concerts, sporting events and family shows. The 650,000 square-foot arena is home to the NHL’s Ducks of Anaheim, the NLL Anaheim Storm and the John R. Wooden Classic. Annual events include the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Disney on Ice, and the Harlem Globetrotters. Experience the excitement of Southern California hockey as the mighty Anaheim Ducks take flight on the ice at the Honda Center from September through April. Visit

Knott’s Berry Farm. America's oldest amusement park, Knott's Berry Farm re-creates the atmosphere of the Old West in six fantastic themed areas, including Ghost Town, Fiesta Village, Wild Water Wilderness, Indian Trails, The Boardwalk and Camp Snoopy. Take off like a shot on Silver Bullet, Knott's new suspended coaster that takes riders through six inversions. With world-class thrills and family fun, Knott’s fearures160 acres of wild rides, live shows and exciting family attractions. Visit  [Top]
Legoland California. A unique experience, LEGOLAND® California offers limitless fun with 50 family rides, shows and attractions. Kids are fascinated by the fact that virtually everything here is built from Legos. Share hilarious challenges in the Fun Town Fire Academy fire truck race, experience the excitement of Coastersaurus and digging for fossils at Dino Island, splash around with the Aquazone Wave Racers, enjoy the ventriloquist or catch a 4D racing movie. LEGOLAND has action-packed live shows, wonderful restaurants and shops. Whether you’re getting sprayed by zany Fun Town Firefighters or hugging your favorite Lego character, you will play as you learn. Visit

Mission San Juan Capistrano. Home of the swallows and “the jewel of the California Missions,” Mission San Juan Capistrano, the 7th mission and birthplace of Orange County, was founded in 1776 and named for St. John of Capistrano, Italy, a 14th century theologian. The Mission stands as a monument to California's multi-cultural history, embracing its Native American, Spanish, Mexican and European heritage. Hear century old bells as you walk down time worn paths. Enjoy serenity amid the 10 acres of lush gardens and cool fountains, cloistered by old adobe walls that share an interesting past. Visit the Serra Chapel – the oldest church in California. Visit  [Top]
SeaWorld San Diego. Go below the surface, above the waves and beyond your expectations at SeaWorld San Diego. Meet animals up close, see wondrous creatures, and challenge yourself to games of skill and physical feats. From captivating panoramic views to splashing adventures, SeaWorld rides offer excitement and wonder. Experience a poolside meal with Shamu the Whale. From a spine-tingling 4-D movie to highflying dolphins, SeaWorld's spectacular shows will amaze. Visit

Wild Rivers Waterpark. Wild Rivers in Irvine is the perfect place to have a day of wet and wild family fun. Cool off in over 40 thrilling water rides rides and attractions, designed for all ages from toddlers to adults. Experience twisting, turning slides, flumes and tubes, as well as play pools, Hurricane Harbor, surf areas and seasonal events.

Prepare to get soaked on the Liquidator, a 7-story water slide, or the heart-pumping 4-story Bazooka Bowls Visit

Raging Waters – San Dimas. California's largest waterpark, Raging Waters features 50 beautifully-landscaped acres, 36 wet and wild slides and attractions, two picnic areas and a sand beach. Experience the thrilling Dragon's Den, a breathtaking two-person bowl slide or the 10-story High Extreme. Float down the Amazon River or relax in the huge Wave Pool. Kids never tire of Kids' Kingdom and Splash Island. From mild or wild, you’ll have a raging time at Raging Waters in San Dimas. Visit [Top]

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