This Gold Coast of California with over 42 miles of coastline with magnificent vistas that have led many to proclaim it the ‘California Riviera’. The second most populated county in the state of California, Orange County is very famous for its high financial affluence and political conservatism.
As a tourist destination this county houses attractions like Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm, as well as sandy beaches for swimming and surfing, yacht harbors for sailing and pleasure boating, and extensive acreage devoted to parks and open space for golf, Tennis, hiking , cycling and other outdoor amusements.
Orange County features excellence in education, many businesses and unlimited recreational opportunities. Quality of life is Orange County’s greatest offering, from the variety of delicious cuisine to excellent transportation facilities like Charter Bus that includes Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit.
Points of Interests in Orange country
Orange County attracts millions of tourists annually. Huntington Beach is a hot spot for sunbathing and surfing. Nicknamed as “Surf City U.S.A”, Huntington is home to many surfing competitions. The theme park Disney land and Disney’s California Adventure are the other interesting spots that give alluring experience to its visitors.
The old town area in the City of Orange still maintains its 1950s image. The Ronald Reagan Federal Building and Court house in Santa Ana is the largest building in the county. Other major structures include the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove , the largest house of worship in California; the historic Balboa Pavilion in Newport Beach; the Huntington Beach Pier and the restored mansion San Juan Capistrano etc.
Ackland Art Museum
The permanent collection of over 15,000 objects includes the art of Asia, Africa, Europe and America, with works ranging from ancient times to the 21st century. This museum holds the most significant collection of Asian art in the state.
The Chapel Hill Museum
This historic museum preserves exhibits and interprets the history and culture of Chapel Hill, North Carolina and the surrounding region. It serves as a community resource through exhibits, educational programs, seminars and special events.
Kidzu Children’s Museum
It offers a hands-on and learning environment for young children and the adults in their lives, with interactive exhibits, weekly programs and other special event.
North Carolina Collection Gallery
Here you can view the electric collection of artifacts and exhibits related to North Carolina and university history, including the library and furnishings from Hayes Plantation in Edenton.