- TripBuzz found 1041 things to do with kids in or near Westminster, California, including 1022 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Laguna Beach, Long Beach, Newport Beach and San Pedro.
- From Bowling Green Park to The Rinks - Westminster Ice, the Westminster area offers 138 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Theaters, Skating Rinks and Bowling.
- Known for the tragic Pan Am plane crash of the late 1970's, Westminster is a small suburb of Los Angeles. The city has a large Vietnamese population with most residing in 'Little Saigon' where there are many cultural sites to enjoy including an Asian Garden Mall. Westminster is also home to a Veteran's Memorial.
The Santa Ana River Trail takes visitors from the height of the mountains to the Pacific Ocean shoreline. This scenic, 110-mile trail is favored for biking and horseback riding and features breathtaking views of urban parks, meadows peppered with cottonwood trees, the San Bernardino mountains and the ocean.
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King Gillette Ranch, 26800 West Mulholland Highway, Calabasas, CA 91302 MoreLess Info
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is a seasonal event that features a number of Halloween centric attractions for ages 8+ to adult. Featured attractions include the highly rated Haunted Hayride with advanced special effects, maze, haunted house and sideshows.
Extensive open spaces are available throughout Morrison Sports Park, which serves as a venue for several concerts and festivals during the summer months. The park also as a soccer field and baseball diamond.
Reading Cinemas is a 17 screen movie theater that features stadium seating and shows classic films on Thursday nights. They also show older films on select Sundays and will solicit requests form the audience for their classic film schedule.
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1925 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas, CA 90265 MoreLess Info
Visitors of Malibu Creek State Park will be able to go fishing, bird watching, horseback riding, and hiking. The site also features a variety of trails for visitors who wish to admire oak and sycamore woodlands.