Although many people credit Walt Disney for putting Anaheim on the map in 1955, the city of Anaheim actually got its roots in 1857 from a group of German immigrants. This small German colony was originally known for being the state’s wine capital with 47 wineries and scores of vineyards. Nearly 100 years later, the city grew into a tourism hub with the development of the Santa Ana (I-5) Freeway and grand opening of Disneyland. Today, Anaheim covers 46 square miles with more than $1 billion in city assets, making it the wealthiest and most populated city in Orange County.
With plenty of things to see and do in the city, there’s something for everyone in Anaheim! Cheer on the Angels from the stands of Angel Stadium of Anaheim or get rowdy rooting for the Ducks at the Honda Center. Grab some delicious food and drinks while listening to live music at the Anaheim Packing District. Immerse yourself in the world-famous fine arts scene with the Orange County Symphony, Anaheim Ballet, or Art Crawl Experience (ACE). Learn more about Anaheim’s rich history and culture by visiting the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center. Satisfy your musical itch with live performances at the Honda Center, The Ranch, Pearson Park Amphitheater, or City National Grove. Take in the warm sunshine and breathtaking ocean views at one of the many nearby beaches. And of course, take the kids out for a fun day at the Happiest Place on Earth.
Want to adventure beyond the city? Anaheim is conveniently located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego. So all you have to do is hop on the train or bus at the newly renovated Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) for some Southern California fun!
Interested in learning more about this vibrant city? Contact the Ron Arnold Team today to find out how you can live “The Anaheim Way!”