- TripBuzz found 44 things to do with kids in or near Lancaster, California, including 26 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Palmdale and Santa Clarita.
- From The Hangar - Lancaster Jethawks to Lancaster National Soccer Center, the Lancaster area offers 104 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, National & State Parks, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- Situated in Antelope Valley in the western Mojave Desert, Lancaster, CA is located about 70 miles from Los Angeles. Bordered by mountains and only a an hour drive from the shore, visitors can see the best of California from Lancaster. Some notable events held in Lancaster include the California Poppy Festival, 'Celebrate Downtown Lancaster,' and the Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix.
Dickey's BBQ Pit 1125 West Rancho Vista Boulevard, Palmdale, CA MoreLess Info
Sandwiches and plates piled with sliced beef brisket, tender pork ribs, and spicy cheddar sausages slow-smoked in house
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45116 Valley Central Way, Lancaster, CA 93536 MoreLess Info
The Hangar is the home of the Lancaster JetHawks, an affiliate of the Houston Astros that plays in the Class A – Advanced California league. The team was previously an affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.
At the Laemmle Boulevard Cinemas, moviegoers can watch art house, independent, and international films. This luxury-style cinema also sells beer, wine, cocktails, pizza, hot dogs, hummus chips, popcorn, and soft drinks.
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15101 Lancaster Road, Lancaster, CA MoreLess Info
Strolling down an orange carpeted hill is what the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve is all about. From Mid-February to May, the poppy fields bloom synchronously to create a canopy of orange colored flowers. Blooms are not the same year in and year out.
The museum contains combined collections of Howard Arden Edwards (founder) and Grace Oliver (subsequent owner). Antelope Valley Indian Museumrepresents the Native American cultures of the western Indian Cultures
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4549 Wm. Barnes Ave, Lancaster, CA 93536 MoreLess Info
The Milestones of Flight Museum houses a wide variety of historical aircraft in a former A & P hangar school. Of particular note is the North American B-25 Mitchell which was Howard Hughes' personal aircraft.
The Apollo Community Regional Park offers biking, hiking, and fishing opportunities. The location contains a concession stand, playgrounds, and a wide variety of picnicking spaces, tables, pergolas and family picnic areas.
Measuring more than 63 acres, Lancaster City Park features sports facilities for tennis, basketball, volleyball and softball. The park also offers a playground, walking trails, open play areas, an auditorium and both sheltered and open picnic areas with grills.