Anaheim is throughout the year destination, so you can book your flights to Anaheim any time. However, June, July, and August are considered as the best time to visit here as the weather remains slightly warm.
If you are searching for cheap flights to Anaheim than search for your plane tickets to John Wayne Airport (SNA), Long Beach Airport (LGB) and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) as all these airports are in the radius of 30-50 miles. However, John Wayne Airport is the major airport to fly here.
Things to Do in Anaheim
Disneyland now renamed to Disneyland Park was built in July 1955. Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure Park, and the Downtown Disney District are three individual areas inside Disneyland. This paradise for kids has a lot to explore inside like Tomorrowland, Mickey’s Toon town, Frontier land, and Star Wars. You can enjoy the rides such as the Millennium Falcon, Smugglers Run ride, and the themed shops and eateries but Galaxy’s Edge has brought completely a new level of excitement to the park.
Anaheim Packing District
Built-in 42,000-square-foot, a gourmet food hall in the Downtown area along with the renovated 1925 Mission Revival Style Packard Building, more than 20 artisan eateries, live music, a farmer’s market, and an event area with a fireplace and orange grove which makes Anaheim Packing District a fabulous shopping center.
Known for surf beaches, such as Huntington City Beach, with its long Huntington Beach Pier. Huntington Beach is the perfect place to enjoy the waves, either on a board or from shore so don’t miss this place.
Occupying an area of over 2 acres and one of the smallest theme parks in California, Adventure City is located in Stanton, California. According to recent visitors, if you’re on a budget and you’ve got young children then you should consider a trip to Adventure City. This beautiful park boasts two roller coasters, Spinning balloon ride, Barnstormer Planes, Giggle Wheel, Rescue Ride, Thomas Tank Engine and much more.
Aquarium of the Pacific
A built-in 5-acre site on Rainbow Harbor in Long Beach, California is a public aquarium situated across the water from the Long Beach Convention Center, Shoreline Village, and the Queen Mary Hotel and Attraction.