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Best things to do in Orange County

“Mission San Juan Capistrano was a Spanish mission in colonial Las Californias. It is located in present-day San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, southern California. ”
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Science Museum
“The Discovery Cube Orange County is a science museum in Santa Ana, California, with more than 100 hands-on science exhibits designed to spark children's natural curiosity”
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Art Gallery
“You have to see it to believe it. If you can get a ticket. Amazing Art come to life. I won't spoil it. Just a must do!”
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“An impressive art museum with changing installations and exhibits. Great for art lovers of all ages. Not far from Fashion Island if you want to take in some art before grabbing a bite to eat or going shopping!”
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History Museum
“History museum with exhibits that are switched often. Check their website to see if they have anything that currently interests you.”
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“Pretend City Children’s Museum is “the world in a nut-shell.” It is designed for children to learn how the real world works. The museum is a child-size interconnected city built with rich educational intention, where children can assume various real-world roles. Through interactive exhibits and activities facilitated by highly trained professional staff, children learn foundational math, reading and science skills while fostering curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork. ”
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“With a visit to the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, guests can tour the most modern presidential museum in the country to learn about Richard Nixon the man, his life, and his presidency. ”
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“The International Surfing Museum is dedicated to preserving the past, participating in the present, and influencing the future of all aspects of surfing culture worldwide. It houses collections of surfing memorabilia and culture including some of surfing history's most significant artifacts such as Duke Kahanamoku's surfboard, the Guinness World Records breaking World's Largest Surfboard, Dick Dale's guitar, Bruce Brown's camera that was used to film "Endless Summer," historic photos, vintage posters and much more. Admission is $2 per person.”
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Science Museum
“Stop by the Ocean Institute to learn about California’s maritime history or go on a whale watching expedition!”
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“A small local museum that is perfect place to see the history of Anaheim or to enjoy the current exhibit. ”
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Art Gallery
“Located in nearby Laguna beach. The museum houses an interesting art collection. Las Brisas, a fine restaurant, is right next door. ”
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“Quiet & Exclusive venue where many weddings take place. The coastal garden cuisine at Cafe Jardin marries vibranty fresh CA produce with a French pedigree. Located in full view of the central flower gardens. Dining takes place outdoors fore the most part, moving indoors in case of inclement weather - a rarity in Orange County.”
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“Plenty of parking. Great place for books and a great place to walk and enjoy with family and friends”
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Art Gallery
“Free and great to go on a hot day outside. Great AC with amazing art. Local childrens art is showcased here as well”
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“The Fullerton Museum is open to the public with revovling exhibits. One of Fullerton's gems. Walking distance from house.”
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