Anaheim Packing District
The Anaheim Packing District is literally a 6-minute walk from your apartment home at The Mix AND quite the experience. Imagine an absolutely stunning urban two-story indoor food court where you can walk around and enjoy very unique dining, coffee shops and desserts. It is here where mom and pop shops come together as a community to showcase their culinary expertise – and the best part of it all: you get to indulge. There’s Cajun at 206 BCE, Indian at Adya, Japanese at Crepe Coop, American, seafood at Kettlebar, vegan comfort food at Healthy Junk at the House and Boba at Mini Monster. Grab a waffle dog and agua fresca at Fanfare or a delicious homemade ice cream treat at Hans’ Homemade…right after you have gelato on a stick from Popbar. Don’t forget about Georgia’s Kitchen for soul food, cool craft cocktails at The Blind Rabbit Speakeasy & Gastropub and live music both during the week and on weekends.
Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd – you can for sure hear this traditional National Baseball League song playing at the 7th inning stretch at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, home to the ever epic Los Angeles Angels baseball team AND the 2002 World Series Champions. Who doesn’t like baseball? Take a drive on the 57 freeway to get to Angel Stadium or take the Metro line public transportation which will drop you off right at the stadium - you can’t miss the giant “A” monument sign. Once you are inside, take a seat in the most beautiful outdoor stadium and grab a bite and a drink or just snack all day from your section. Did you know that Mike Trout, Chuck Finley, Tim Salmon, Nolan Ryan and Garret Anderson are ranked the Top 5 Los Angeles Angels players in franchise history? Check out a game, you deserve it.
When you live at The Mix, you can visit Disneyland Park in Anaheim the greatest and most happiest place on earth, which is literally right in your back yard. Rides, food, shows and more. And don’t forget about Disney California Adventure Park right next door. Check out Downtown Disney District after a long day at Disneyland too with so many restaurants, fine dining, night life – bring your friends and family and stay awhile. Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa and Disneyland Hotel are great places for a vacation or even a staycation. Take a look and book your next trip today – the options for fun never ends.
Do you like hockey, concerts and well anything fun? Come to the Honda Center located just off the 57 freeway in Anaheim, right near The Mix for thrills, excitement and good times. This stunning indoor stadium is home for the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League so pick up some tickets and bring your friends for a game. You can also experience all kinds of concerts at the Honda Center with countless world renown performers - Jennifer Lopez, Chris Brown, Selena Gomez, Jay-Z, Katy Perry, Maroon 5 have all lit up the stage. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to see who will be performing next. This center will also be host to the 2028 Summer Olympics for volleyball, so exciting, right?
Great Wolf Lodge
Are you looking for the coolest indoor water park and resort? Well, seek no more – Great Wolf Lodge is where it’s at. Located close to The Mix in Anaheim, this experience is definitely one you won’t want to miss out on. Rent a cabana poolside and grab lunch while you are soaking up the sun. There are hours and days of fun to be had here at Great Wolf Lodge with friends and family – after a long day at the water park, you can keep the party going well into the evening with bowling, golfing, arcade games, laser tag, dining and shopping. Book a night or a week, you deserve it.
Head on over to Bowers Museum located in Santa Ana where the world’s cultures are celebrated and ignited through arts. Located just south of Disneyland and quite close to where you live at The Mix. Opened in 1936, this museum was originally dedicated to the history of Orange County and then was closed in 1987 to transform into an experience for the 21st century. The Bowers Museum re-opened in 1992 with over 70 special exhibitions from all over the globe and 6 permanent galleries. There are over 100K collections at the museum which include objects and art of Native Americans as well as art from Asia, Africa and California. Be sure to see the following exhibitions while you are there: Gemstone Carvings, Ancient Arts of China and Ceramics of Western Mexico. Spend an afternoon on the weekend and immerse yourself.