This is a non-profit botanical garden situated on 26 gorgeous acres of the California State University Fullerton. Botanical ... More
This is a non-profit botanical garden situated on 26 gorgeous acres of the California State University Fullerton. Botanical collections are sectioned into zones: the temperate zone, the tropical zone and the arid zone. There is a rare fruit grove featuring subtropical fruits like cherimoyas, kiwis, papayas, guavas and rare citrus varieties. The Children's Garden is the site for educational programs and hands-on fun. Also on the grounds is the Heritage House, an Eastlake Victorian cottage built in 1894 by Dr. George C. Clark, an early Fullerton physician, as his home and office. There is a lot of nature and a little bit of history here, making for a wonderful outing. Although admission is free, a voluntary donation is suggested.
This is a really nice place full of interesting plants. It is free (not expensive and dirty like the person before me said). Though it is a little small one has to understand it is run mostly by volunteers and is attached to a local cal state. Overall job place to take pictures, relax, and bring the kids. (Also has 2 little museums, and a large potting store).
I had a photoshoot for a steampunk design and the place was absolutely flawless for pictures! I'm a student at CSUF and I walk through there every morning on my way to and from class. I can't get enough of the arboretum... It's a must see for everyone who finds them self near Fullerton who loves phtography, plants of just calm and lovely areas.
This is a beautifully maintained arboretum. Admission is by a free will donation at an unattended open gate. The walking paths are unpaved an so can be dusty, so wear appropriate shoes. The walking paths are wide and level. Walking is easy (says a man who recently had back surgery)
On Saturday and Sunday, the open a plant sales area which specializes in varieties which area commercial nuseries don't offer. We found several interesting plants to add to our garden at very reasonable prices.
We plan to return soon. Every visit is different because of seasonal changes.
This place is a very nice getaway. There are tons of trees, plants, ducks and beautiful flowers. Just make sure to take some old shoes because the dirt picks up. Great place to have a picnic with a loved one over by the mini lake.
This museum is located in southern California's oldest courthouse, which was built in 1901 in the Romanesque Revival style. It
is home to rotating exhibits about local history. Much of the building has been restored to its original state, ...
Two story Motor Inn with modern guest facilities; located three blocks north of Freeway 91, near the Convention Center. Amenities:Television.
Private bathroom. DVD/VCR. In Room Wireless Internet Access (Free). Microwave Oven. Daily Maid Service. Refrigerator. Television (Cable/Satellite). Coffee Maker. ...
This truly "hands on" children's museum has something for everyone. The pre school playpark for babies up to five years
can climb and crawl over. The "Kids On Stage" room lets kids dress up, learn about props and all ...