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Art ranks among the highest achievements of any world culture, and The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art aims to enrich our own by sharing some of the finest works from Native American, Polynesian, African, East Asian, and South American cultures. The museum’s vast collection—and buzzing calendar of new exhibits and special events—has earned it a decades-long streak as the Orange County Register’s pick for Best Museum in Orange County.

  • Size: 93,000 square feet featuring more than 120,000 examples of pottery, stone tools, jewelry, wooden sculptures, and clothing
  • Permanent Mainstay: A broad range of artifacts from the entire Pacific Rim, including the South Pacific, China, and early California
  • Visiting Exhibit: Chuck Jones: Doodles of a Genius celebrates the legendary Looney Tunes animator at his most creatively uninhibited with drawings from his private collection—many on public display for the first time
  • Hands-On Experiments: At the Kidseum, children can play musical instruments, dress in ethnic clothes and masks, and learn how to excavate artifacts
  • Eye-Catcher: the stucco-beamed glass ceiling of the museum’s courtyard restaurant, Tangata, which suffuses the French-accented California cuisine with natural light
2002 N Main St.
Santa Ana,
CA
US

The chefs at Filling Station have found success in a simple formula: comfort food plus a comfortable café in which to enjoy it. Guests bite into huge burgers or belgian waffles on the flower-lined patio and toast with beers beside the warm fireplace. This is a slice of what Filling Station's owners call "the good ol' days," and it's easy to get swept up in the atmosphere of nostalgia. A dog-friendly policy makes every meal a true family affair, especially since you can bring that cousin who doesn't go anywhere without his leash.

201 N Glassell St.
Old Towne Orange,
CA
US