- 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.
A Tony Award winning theater company, South Coast Repertory was founded in 1964. The company presents a seasonally changing slate of dramatic productions, as well as certain standards, like their yearly presentation of A Christmas Carol.
100% 27 votes
19881 Brookurst Street Suite C #156, Huntington Beach, CA 92646 MoreLess Info
With Huntington Beach Surfing Lessons, beginner surfers can take two hour lessons that teach them the basics of being out on the water. The location also hosts company and birthday parties.
40% 5 votes
32201 Forrestal Drive, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 MoreLess Info
Ladera Linda Community Park offers a basketball court, paddle tennis courts, a playground/tot lot, and scenic views of the nearby cliffs, hills, and ocean. The park houses a Community Center building, which exhibits local plants and animals.
The Fort MacArthur Museum is a historical museum dedicated to the history of the U.S. Army Base, Fort MacArthur. The history is shown through different exhibits, including those about harbor defense and Pacific Theater Campaigns, among others.
80% 10 votes
S. Gaffey St & 36th-37th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731 MoreLess Info
Lookout Point Park is a scenic view and roadside park that offers visitors views of the San Pedro Harbor, Port of Los Angeles and even Catalina Island. The park provides coin-operated binocular devices for the benefit of sightseers.
76% 49 votes
611 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 MoreLess Info
Named after its creator, Isamu Noguchi, California Scenario - The Noguchi Garden is an outdoor sculpture oasis commissioned by Henry Segerstrom in 1972. The garden is meant to symbolize the whole of California.
95% 233 votes
Angels Gate Park, 3601 S Gaffey Street, San Pedro, CA 90731 MoreLess Info
Korean Friendship Bell is a bronze bell that is housed in a stone pavilion located in Angel's Gate Park. The bell is made of more than seventeen tons of copper, tin, gold, nickel, phosphorus, and lead.
93% 14 votes
20855 Ventura Blvd, Ste 5, Woodland Hills, CA 91364 MoreLess Info
Tumble Tykes Gymnastics is a fun way to kids to embrace their adventurous side. Offering camps for all ages, the gymnasium features tumble mats, balance beams, trampolines and more, all in a safe and clean environment.