Adventure City in North Orange County is guaranteed to entertain young families, with 17 exciting rides and attractions, including the Drop Zone, a 50-foot free-fall tower and the all new Rewind Racers roller coaster.
The Children’s Nature Retreat is located on 20-acres. The farm, animal sanctuary and nature reserve has over 130+ domesticated livestock and exotic animals from around the world. Visitors can even “Be a Keeper for the Day.”
Hands-on learning center that is dedicated to bringing the wonder and excitement of space science to children of all ages. The 20,000-square-foot visitor center is equipped with not only amazing technology and visual teaching exhibits, it also holds engaging classes and workshops, plus camps and birthday parties.
Ice rink offers public skating, skating classes for kids (3+) and adults, freestyle sessions, in-house hockey, hockey classes, youth travel hockey league, adult hockey league, stick time and broomball. Competitive synchronized skating teams and classes also available.
With 60 lanes, Fountain Bowl is the fun bowling alley for everyone! Every Thursday, year-round, kids can enjoy Junior Cosmic Bowling enjoy two hours of glow-in-the dark bowling! Also, register for Kids Bowl Free, which includes two free games a day all summer!
Take a break and have fun at Golf N’ Stuff Family Fun Park! Offers challenging miniature golf and exciting rides, including go-karts, bumper boats and kiddie train. See the latest issue of Kidsguide for the Golf N’ Stuff ad with coupons!
Pretend City Children’s Museum is an interconnected city designed for children (infant-8). The city is comprised of a grocery store, farm, doctor’s office, art studio, amphitheater, beach, marina, construction site and many other exhibits. At Pretend City, children learn through role play based on real-world experiences as they dress up as a police officer, deliver the mail, create art, compose music or put out a fire.
Experience The Queen Mary – A Historic Long Beach Hotel featuring Art Deco Staterooms, Tours and more. Enjoy your stay aboard the Queen Mary and take advantage of all the wonderful sites. Her story is rich with history, elegance and grandeur. Plus, visit the LEGO Queen Mary on board made from 250,000 LEGO bricks, measuring 26 feet.
Collection of over 200 different railway locomotives, passenger and freight cars, streetcars, interurban electric cars, buildings and other artifacts dating from the 1870’s. Visitors can ride streetcars, electric cars, and trains on the Museum railway. Special events throughout the year.
Guests of all ages enjoy skating at The Rinks. With several daily public skating sessions, skate rentals and full-service snack bars, they offer the coolest fun! If you are new to skating, The Rinks offer a variety of Learn-to-Skate classes. For kids looking to try hockey, check out the Anaheim Ducks Learn-to-Play Program, which is… View Article
40,000-square-foot facility featuring a full skate and BMX course for all skill levels, ages 6 and older. The location also houses a full Vans retail store and skate pro shop. Birthday party packages, private lessons and skate camps/clinics are available.
More than 12,000 ocean animals, including penguins, sea otters and shark touch pools. Educational programs, birthday parties, and camps are offered.