- TripBuzz found 1084 things to do with kids in or near Temple City, California, including 1076 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Glendale, Whittier and Anaheim.
- From Temple City Park to Live Oak Park, the Temple City area offers 135 different types of family activities, including: Cultural Centers, Theaters, History Museums and Parks.
- Nestled in California's San Gabriel Valley is the city of Temple City. The city is culturally diverse with a majority of its population being of Eastern Asian descent. The most notable part of the city is what is known as the 'Bridal District'. A stretch of downtown that features many bridal shops. The city also hosts many festivals throughout the year including the Cameilla Festival and the Parish Fiesta.
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7272 Maple Street, Westminster, CA 92683 MoreLess Info
Hosting theatrical performances from local actors and actresses, the Westminster Community Theatre puts on six shows per year. The not-for-profit organization also hosts auditions for those who wish to get involved.
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800 Seal Beach Blvd, Seal Beach, CA 90740 MoreLess Info
Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge is 911 acres of saltwater marsh that provides essential habitat for three endangered species and is home to many more. There is one free public tour a month and reservations are required.
Nestled among scenic knolls and valleys, the popular Anaheim Hills Golf Course features a challenging but enjoyable par-71 course. Every aspect of this lush course has been designed to complement the natural beauty of its location.
A renowned venue located in Los Angeles, The Orpheum Theater hosts theatrical productions, religious events, concerts, weddings, film festivals, seminars, private parties, and much more. This historic French Renaissance Theater has been completely restored.
Walking paths wind up the majestic sandbanks that give Sand Dune Park its name in Manhattan Beach, California. Take a walk through nature or enjoy in the play equipment and picnic areas available for public use.
Uniquely developed through groves of eucalyptus trees, Gum Grove Park winds through ten acres between Seal Beach and the Los Cerritos wetlands. Nature trails provide access points for wildlife and bird watching along the way.