Downtown Fullerton

The heart of Fullerton, the downtown neighborhood bursts with a vibrant arts and music culture. On the first Friday of each month, art galleries extend their hours for a lively Art Walk where local artists showcase their latest works. Live music fills the streets, ranging from jazz to rock to mariachi. You can also indulge in dinner and drinks on the patio at popular restaurants like Bourbon Street Bar & Grill or Heroes Bar & Grill. Fullerton’s most iconic landmark, the Museum of Tequila, calls downtown home. Learn about Mexico’s national spirit through interactive exhibits and displays. Right across the street sits another local favorite: the Maverick Theater. Catch an improv comedy show or movie screening at this intimate 40-seat venue. Architecture buffs will delight in the well-preserved historic buildings lining downtown’s streets. The Fox Fullerton Theatre first opened in 1925 and today hosts concerts and events in its Spanish Colonial Revival-style interior. Union Pacific Park’s vintage Santa Fe Depot, Southern Pacific Depot, and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Caboose offer a glimpse into Fullerton’s roots.

Hillcrest Park

Nestled against Brea Boulevard, Hillcrest Park charms visitors with its serene gardens and family-friendly recreation activities. The park’s highlight is the pristine, palm tree-dotted duck pond. You can feed the fowl or admire the waterfall cascading into the pond from a nearby grassy knoll or bench. Kids love the playground’s slides and swings, and families often picnic under the shade trees. Two baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and an expansive sports field offer plenty of room to enjoy some friendly competition. Leashed dogs are also welcome in designated areas of Hillcrest Park. When you work up an appetite, take a short stroll to one of the excellent restaurants surrounding the park. Savor Brazilian cuisine at Texas de Brazil or Chinese at Yang’s Braised Chicken Rice. Nothing caps off a day at Hillcrest quite like homemade McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams.

North Fullerton

Fullerton’s northern neighborhoods showcase some of the city’s most prized natural spots. Coyote Hills is a breathtaking nature preserve set along the Pacific Flyway bird migration route. Well-groomed trails wind through 700 acres of vibrant marshland, willows, sycamores, and rolling hills. Birdwatchers flock here to spot peregrine falcons, great egrets, and other species. You can also embark on equestrian adventures in this corner of Fullerton. The Los Alamitos Race Course offers heart-pounding thoroughbred racing and quarter horse racing. Or saddle up at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center to enjoy a scenic trail ride instead. Before heading home, top off your nature excursion with a refreshing craft beer at Bottle Logic Brewing Company. Their geeky brew names and futuristic tasting room make it the perfect post-adventure spot for everyone in your group.


Stretching along State College Boulevard, the Arboretum neighborhood envelops the lush grounds of the Fullerton Arboretum. This botanical garden cultivates global plant diversity across 26 acres of the California State University, Fullerton campus. Your group will wind through collections recreating habitats from around the world, including Australia, Madagascar, and the Canary Islands. The Rainforest Exhibit and Greenhouse are must-sees, immersing you in tropical plant species typically found in Costa Rica. Kids will beg to play in The Children’s Garden, where hands-on exhibits teach them about ecosystems, pollination, and sustainability. Look out for the Arboretum’s playful peacocks showing off their feathers along the pathways! After exploring the Arboretum’s gardens, refuel on artisanal wood-fired pizzas and salads at Pie Society just down the road. If anyone in your group craves boba tea, smoothies, or waffles, Tea Station Fullerton is a favorite neighborhood cafe as well.

Education Row

As you may guess by the name, Education Row centers around higher learning and academics. This Fullerton neighborhood stretches along Nutwood Avenue between California State University, Fullerton and Fullerton College. Even if you’re not a student, the striking modern architecture of the CSUF Pollak Library and other campus buildings will leave your group in awe. Although classes won’t be in session, you can still soak up knowledge at the on-campus Fullerton Arboretum and Anthropology Museum. Sports lovers should also pay a visit to CSUF’s Titan Stadium or Fullerton College’s Goodwin Field to imagine the electric atmosphere during games. Fuel up on classic diner fare at The White House just across from the Fullerton College quad. And if anyone craves a pick-me-up coffee or tea, hit up Portola Coffee Lab or Urth Caffe on Chapman Avenue after exploring campus.

Harbor Boulevard

Harbor Boulevard offers an eclectic mix of cuisines and cultures as it cuts through southwest Fullerton. The vibrant Little Saigon neighborhoods bring the tastes of Vietnam to life through markets like Dragon Market and upscale dining at Brodard Restaurant. You can even pick up fresh French pastries and delicious banh mi sandwiches at Nguyen’s Bakery. East of Euclid Street, Harbor Boulevard dips into Fullerton’s Little Seoul district. Shop for Korean skincare, snacks, or figurines at Zion Market before sitting down for hearty bibimbap at 100 Food or savory hot pot at Omiya Shabu Shabu. K-pop fans will have a blast browsing Korean record stores like K-2 Music. Don’t forget to schedule downtime after all that eating and exploring! Massage Luxe, DK Nail Spa, and other salons help your group relax and recharge with their affordable services.

Commonwealth Avenue

Commonwealth Avenue attracts antique hunters and history buffs who enjoy scouring the vintage shops and historic homes dotting this western Fullerton neighborhood. The quaint Magoski Arts Colony is a hidden gem with art galleries, pottery studios, and craft shops nestled around a courtyard. Once displaying some of Fullerton’s earliest architecture, Heritage Square still preserves several Victorian and Craftsman homes from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Stroll through the Alice Chapel, Fanning Auditorium, and carriage barn to experience Fullerton’s origins. After browsing antiques all afternoon, take a breather at Commonwealth Lounge’s cozy patio. Sip local craft beers and nibble on Caribbean-fusion share plates as live music creates a laidback vibe. If you visit on a Sunday, don’t miss the weekly farmers market just across the street!

Downtown Plaza

Surrounding the intersection of Harbor Boulevard and Chapman Avenue, Downtown Plaza delivers convenient shopping, dining, and entertainment. Large stores like Ross, HomeGoods, and AMC Theatres are perfect for carefree browsing with your group. Grab smoothies from Jamba Juice or coffee from Philz Coffee to stay energized on your retail therapy adventure. The Downtown Plaza also hosts seasonal events like a summer concert series and holiday celebration. If you’re planning a group trip around Easter, make the spring bunny hop and egg hunt on your itinerary. When hunger strikes, dozens of nearby restaurants like Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill and Olive Garden will satisfy your cravings.

Amerige Heights

The peaceful suburban neighborhoods of Amerige Heights offer a relaxing escape after your Fullerton explorations. Secluded parks like Richman and Nicolas give little ones room to play while adults admire the mid-century homes and manicured lawns. While you’re in the area, pay a visit to Angel Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Angels. Catch an afternoon game or book a behind-the-scenes tour on a non-game day. If anyone in your group is a theme park lover, Knott’s Berry Farm is also just minutes away in neighboring Buena Park. Before heading back to

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