Arts & Culture

Orange County’s vibrant arts and culture scene is filled with unique festivals, museums and performing arts venues.

Bowers Museum

Bowers Museum is the largest museum in Orange County, and one of the finest cultural arts museums in the region. Its collections, programs, and exhibitions include Orange County history and also reflect the demographics of Southern California by celebrating its diverse cultural makeup featuring the fine arts of the indigenous peoples of the Americas and the Pacific.

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Discovery Cube OC

Discovery Cube OC is the top children’s science center and museum in Orange County. Children can experience hands-on learning with exhibits and activities focused on science. Themed areas include Quake Zone®, Dynamic Earth®, Dino Quest®, and Discovery Stadium®.

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Fullerton Arboretum

The Fullerton Arboretum is a premier resource for ecological, horticultural, and historical education. It is the largest botanical garden in Orange County with 26 lush acres, a permanent collection of over 4,000 unique and unusual plant species from around the world, and ponds, streams, and wildlife.

1900 Associated Rd., Fullerton, CA 92831

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Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center

The Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center engages the community in exploring and celebrating our diverse heritage, culture, and arts through creative programming. The museum is currently showing Digital Exhibitions but has curated exhibits in the past such as National Geographic®: 50 Greatest Photographs, and Beauty Beneath the Rubble, a journey walking through the beautiful cities of Syria.

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Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

Through the work of the museum’s archive, museum, education, and public programming teams, the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum presents an educational, cultural, and historical resource for local and international visitors, assisting all those who search for knowledge and understanding of the 37th President of the United States, his administration, and his ongoing impact on the world.

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