Things To Do In Anaheim

Up to 58% Off Rock or Ska Concert

Ambrosia or Wet Hot Skamerican Summer with Half Past Two

House of Blues Anaheim

$13 $6

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Classic rockers share hits such as "How Much I Feel" and "Nice, Nice, Very Nice"; ska fest features Half Past Two and Papafish

Eat Street Culinary – Up to 44% Off Gourmet Cooking Class

Eat Street Culinary

EAT STREET

$80 $48

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Renowned chef guides students to craft fine dining cuisine from scratch; date-nights pair food with students' choice of own wine

Up to 36% Off American Fare and Drinks at Sammy’s Bar & Grill

Sammy's Bar & Grill

Anaheim Hills

$20 $14

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Wash down sliders, fajitas, and flatbread pizzas with local beer and wine in an upscale sports bar with dark wood and stone accents

Up to 45% Off Horseback Riding

Fun With Horses

Rancho del Rio Stables

$60 $35

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Dedicated instructors lead students through one-hour private or group riding sessions on family-run farm in picturesque setting

Up to 56% Off at SpoCom Show 

SpoCom

Anaheim Convention Center

$27 $13

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Auto show complements sports-car displays with fashion, music, and art geared toward young adults

46% Off Fighter Jet Flight-Simulator Experience

Flightdeck Air Combat Center

Southeast Anaheim

$59 $32

After a brief flying lesson, a pilot straps into a fighter-jet simulator for a 40-minute combat session against other guests

Up to 44% Off Visits at Seascape Kids Fun

Seascape Kids Fun

Anaheim Hills

$16 $10

Ocean-themed indoor playground with a play structure that circles a range for launching foam balls

Up to 55% Off Lessons at SwingIt Trapeze

SwingIt Trapeze

West Center Promenade

$130 $69

Beginners learn to hang from their knees before swinging and performing aerial tricks

Up to 60% Off Ballet Fitness at Pure Barre

Pure Barre

Anaheim Hills

$110 $51

Dance-inspired routine relies on ballet-barre-based moves that lengthen and strengthen lean muscle in arms, buttocks, and abs

Up to 70% Off at Fitness Is Easy

Fitness Is Easy

Anaheim Hills

$59 $19

Trainers and martial arts instructors help clients sculpt fit physiques with engaging classes

Up to 52% Off Go-Karting at K1 Speed

K1 Speed

Multiple Locations

$91.96 $44

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Eco-friendly electric karts; speeds up to 45 mph; karts for kids and adults; collection of racing memorabilia on display

Half Off at Allen Berg Racing Schools

Allen Berg Racing Schools

Multiple Locations

$399 $199

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After a drivers' mtg, review class from Formula One driver Allen Berg, & track-orientation, drivers will whip around the track for 20 laps

Up to 72% Off at 3K Martial Arts

3K Martial Arts

Anaheim Hills

$75 $29

Experienced instructors teach students martial arts skills, while also instilling life values such as respect and discipline

Up to 71% Off Introductory Art Classes

Mission: Renaissance

Multiple Locations

$216 $65

Introductory art classes utilize the Gluck Method of instruction, teaching basic drawing and painting techniques to students of all ages

62% Off Martial Arts

Taekwondo Usa

Anaheim

$69 $26

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Up to 72% Off Kids' MMA Classes

The Bear Pit

Anaheim

$85 $25

Kids' classes focus on boosting self-control and confidence while teaching bully prevention and even healthy eating habits

Up to 66% Off at Linbrook Bowl

Linbrook Bowl

Southwest Anaheim

$59.50 $20

Alley has 40 lanes and is open 24 hours a day; featuring a coffee shop and The Kopa Room with four big-screen TVs and karaoke every night

94% Off Martial-Arts Classes

Go2Karate

Multiple Locations

$324 $20

Students don uniforms for classes in karate, tae kwon do, or krav maga

54% Off Personal Fitness Program

Renew Fitness

Anaheim

$79 $36

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"Shake it!" your headset blares as you push on the jet's throttle. Your nose tips, the ground becomes a wall, and you're diving in a last-ditch effort to lose the fighter behind you. Its shots go wide and it swoops overhead, leaving you to level out just as the radio tower ends the dogfight: "Knock it off, knock it off." With your wheels back on the ground, you step out of the simulator's cockpit and catch your friend’s eye: Missed me.

At Flightdeck Air Combat Center, aerial battles between friends take place on the ground. The screens of nine authentic military fighter-jet simulators broadcast the same views a pilot might see while soaring at 600 knots. Though the simulators remain on the ground, all the controls, radio orders, and UFO weigh stations mirror those encountered on an actual flight. People may come in with a friend or with a party, where guests and friends target one another during virtual missions, from the introductory Fox-1 experience to the three-hour Viper-1 course, which covers advanced topics such as missile avoidance. After team-building events, participants can even receive personalized dog tags as souvenirs.

Flightdeck Air Combat Center also has an exact replica of a Boeing 737-700 cockpit. Inside, a 180-degree wraparound screen transports pilots to airport runways from around the world. Commercial-flight drills present common challenges such as piloting through turbulence and wiping spilled coffee off the controls, testing visitors between their takeoff and landing.

1650 S Sinclair St
Anaheim,
CA
US

The Rinks offers both inline and ice skating for all ages and all skill levels. The Westminster and Yorba Linda centers boast NHL-size rinks, and Anaheim boasts an Olympic-size rink. In addition, Anaheim's league-certified surface is used as the official training facility of the Anaheim Ducks. Skaters can take to the ice for classes on such blade-top pursuits as hockey, figure skating, public skating, curling, broomball, and more. For the ice-averse, The Rinks has three inline-skating centers in Corona, Huntington Beach, and Irvine which play host to youth and adult roller hockey leagues, skating clinics, public skates, and more. Open-skate sessions give aficionados the chance to take a few laps with friends and family, riding atop their own blades or donning a rental pair from the front desk. On Friday and Saturday nights, rinks morph into icy dance clubs, blasting hit music booming through the speakers and projecting music videos onto a jumbo screen. Birthday packages are also available at both locations.

300 W Lincoln Ave
Anaheim,
CA
US

Knowing that what's under the hood is just as important as the hood ornament itself, SpoCom's organizers created a show to reward innovation and creativity in automotive engineering and design from both industry professionals and amateur hobbyists. The judges hail from some of the most prestigious car firms and organizations around the world, eagerly inspecting every aspect of the more than 300 custom vehicles vying for the show's ultimate cash prize.

Surrounding this heavy-metal showdown, the stages' bright lights illuminate other, less formal bouts, such as an urban dance competition and bikini contest, during which audience members applaud for the swimsuit they would most like to see on a mannequin some day. Vendors fill more than 1.6 million square feet of exhibition space at the Anaheim Convention Center, providing visitors with the opportunity to purchase luxury wares such as watches, designer clothes, and artwork.

800 W Katella Ave
Anaheim,
CA
US

The meaning of art may be subjective, but Mission: Renaissance believes that the basic, technical skills needed to create art are learnable, regardless of a student’s age or experience. The instructors at the studio, which was originally founded in 1975, illuminate the Gluck Method, which focuses on the classic rendering techniques that the great masters used on their first computers. The classes can accommodate students as young as 5, and they explore a number of different mediums—including charcoal, watercolors, and oils—while giving attendees the experience they need to appreciate art, as well as create it. Spread across 19 studio locations in southern California, attendance is capped at around six students per instructor, which allows them to offer artists more personalized feedback and more fitting nicknames.

5773 E Santa Ana Canyon Rd
Anaheim,
CA
US

Bowling isn’t just a hobby at 300 New York—it’s a vibrant social experience worthy of luxurious flourishes. That’s why cushioned lounge seats flank each of the 32 mood-lit lanes in the main concourse area. Each of these lanes faces a large screen that flashes music videos and tutorials on how to remove stuck fingers from bowling balls. Up in The Loft, bowlers can lounge and take in views of the concourse while sipping cocktails from the full-service bar. A dedicated wait staff connects them to offerings from the onsite bar and restaurant—an eatery known for serving dishes from executive chef Chad Bowser’s menu. Some of Chad’s creations include two-bite chicken or beef sliders and hand-battered fried calamari that can be paired with anything from beer to specialty martinis.

321 West Katella Avenue
Anaheim,
CA
US

Skaters glide with style and grace across the sleek surfaces of two hockey rinks at KHS Ice Arena, which also serves as the training ground for the Wildcats Hockey Club. And while the club’s coaches help mold teams of elite hockey players through camps and 3 on 3 competitions, the arena also hosts unstructured stick time for burgeoning hockey stars to work on their dekes and slap shots. In addition, public-skate sessions let visitors enjoy some freestyle skating in a stick-free atmosphere.

1000 E Cerritos Ave.
Anaheim,
CA
US