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16301 Beach Boulevard, Huntington Beach, CA, US, 92647

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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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Arts & Museums

»Newland House Museum

This home, maintained by the Historical Society, was built in 1898 in the Queen Anne style and is the oldest remaining house in Huntington Beach. Visitors stroll through the house and view antiques from that era in all their polished glory. The house is furnished with beautiful period antiques and the charming gift shop sells souvenirs related to historical Orange County and the house. There is a lot of charm to be seen here, so take the time to step off the beaten path and have a look.

19820 Beach Boulevard
Huntington Beach, CA 92648

»Heritage Museum of Orange County

Located in Santa Ana, the Heritage Museum of Orange County is 12 acre (4 hectares) complex that features a museum, historic buildings, manicured gardens and citrus grove. Promoting and preserving the history and culture of Orange County, the museum offers unique, educational hands-on programs for both students and visitors. Public tours, fundraisers and themed events such as tea parties and more are offered throughout the year. This beautiful site is also rented out for weddings.

3101 West Harvard Street
Santa Ana, CA 92704

»Huntington Beach Art Center

This art center presents artists of national and international prominence working in all media. Exhibitions, musical performances, lectures, classes, tours, and special events are presented throughout the year, and a special children

538 Main Street
Huntington Beach, California 92648

»Centennial Heritage Museum

This natural and cultural history center is dedicated to preserving, promoting, and restoring the heritage of Orange County and the surrounding region and it provides quality hands-on educational programs for students and visitors of all ages.

3101 West Harvard Street
Santa Ana, California 92704

»International Surfing Museum

Huntington Beach does indeed live up to its "Surf City" title as the most surfed beach in the west. Appropriately enough, this is a shrine to all those who have mastered the long board. Surfboards, surfing films, surfing music and plenty of memorabilia can be found here. The main attractions, however, are the items related to the great Duke Kahanamoku. This Olympic swimmer popularized surfing back in the 1920s, and both a bronze bust and one of his original hardwood boards can be found in the museum.

411 Olive Avenue
Huntington Beach, CA 92648

»Diego Sepúlveda Adobe

The Diego Sepúlveda Adobe is an ancient structure which was constructed in the early 19th century. As the name suggests, it is an adobe structure and was home to the herdsmen of a nearby mission. The adobe is located amidst a beautiful green setting, now known as the Estancia Park. The structure was restored and has been preserved well by the Costa Mesa Historical Society. It is now operated as a museum and open to public from 12 pm to 4 pm on the first and third Saturday of each month. The adobe overlooks the Santa Ana River bed and has a marvelous setting. The facility is also available on rent for private events like weddings and meetings. The picturesque view and the historic significance of the building make it a perfect venue for many functions.

1900 Adams Avenue
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

»Surfers' Hall of Fame

A popular location for taking souvenir photographs, this hall of fame honors legends of surfing with their handprints, footprints, and signatures immortalized in the sidewalk in front of Huntington Surf and Sport. Its centerpiece is a life size bronze statue of Duke Kahanamoku, the father of modern surfing.

300 Pacific Coast Highway
Huntington Beach, California 92648

»Hobby City Doll and Toy Museum

This shop and museum contains more than 6,000 distinct toys and dolls. Everything from Star Wars to Strawberry Shortcake can be found within its extensive collection. There are also plenty of rarities, including European dolls, all housed in a half-scale replica of the White House. The only problem for the younger set is that this isn't an interactive museum; everything here is strictly hands-off. Nonetheless, it still makes for a wonderful visual experience. Admission: $2 Adults, $1 Children

1238 South Beach Boulevard
Anaheim, CA 92804

»California Scenario - Noguchi Garden

Tucked away at the center of a rather banal group of office buildings, lies the fascinating landscape of the California Scenario. Brainchild of the famed sculptor Isamu Noguchi, this sculpture garden is often also referred to as Noguchi Garden. Since its completion in 1982, the garden has come to be reputed as one California's foremost public-access art works and has attracted much praise from critics. California Scenario is centered around a magnificent installation titled "The Spirit of the Lima Bean", and includes six more pieces that have been spread across the garden, creating a space that is tranquil, yet whimsical, arousing curiosity and intrigue in the minds of all those who visit. While the garden attracts visitors from all walks of life, it is usually frequented by photographers, art enthusiasts and those who work at the nearby offices during lunch hours.

611 Anton Boulevard
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

»The ARTery

The ARTery is comprised of three shipping containers arranged end to end, the drab industrial exterior belying the funky local artwork housed inside. Focusing exclusively on works produced by the artsy denizens of the surrounding area, contemporary designs and techniques enjoy a steady stream of bohemian gallery hoppers from the adjacent Lab Anti-Mall. Several charity and outreach events are held at ARTery on a regular basis, meaning your visit can contribute to the gallery's mission of community involvement.

2930 Bristol Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

»Grand Central Art Center

In collaboration with the city of Santa Ana, the Grand Central Art Center at Cal State Fullerton features exhibits and performances by established and emerging artists. The complex consists of live/work studios for graduate students, in addition to art galleries and a theater for performance art.

125 North Broadway
Santa Ana, CA 92701

»Nomadic Image

Located in historic downtown Santa Ana, Nomadic Image is far from traditional. The gallery endlessly reinvents itself with a new show every two months. Past themes include Mardi Gras and red-light districts, and they have also hosted events dedicated solely to images by point-and-shoot cameras. The space takes on a new look that is unique to each show; the walls have been black, red, covered in newspapers or adorned with chain link fencing. The ceiling has also taken on various guises, sometimes composed entirely of exposed pipes and sometimes swathed in fabric. Nomadic Image is supported by an eclectic group of photographers who take more pride in creativity than marketing. Each image, from its content and technique to its presentation, is meant to invoke thought and appreciation. The best time to visit the gallery is during the Santa Ana Art Walk, which takes place on the first Saturday evening of each month.

207 North Broadway
Santa Ana, CA 92701
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