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900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90007 MoreLess Info
History of the entire planet is put on display at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, which serves the entire region. There is a newly created dinosaur hall with three Tyrannosaurus Rex specimens and a Discovery Center with interactive exhibits and presentations for children.
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219 S 3rd Ave, Unit 6, La Puente, CA 91746 MoreLess Info
Part of the Primetime Baseball & Softball Academy, Primetime Indoor Batting Cages are climate controlled indoor practice facilities that provide pitches of various speeds and difficulty levels for batters to hone their skills.
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Rimcrest Dr & Blue Gum Drive, Yorba Linda, CA 92886 MoreLess Info
Featuring beautiful open space, Chino Hills State Park is a haven to myriad animal and plant species. It extends from Whittier Hills to the Santa Ana Mountains, and it's an ideal spot for hiking, biking, camping, horseback riding, and more.
The Industry Hills Expo Center is a multipurpose event complex that is host to numerous activities throughout the year. The center contains several different venues, including a 5,000 seat arena, a 500 person pavilion, and a banquet hall.
Established in 1995, Learn About Wine is a unique program aimed at making people know their favorite wines and discover new ones. They offer a variety of classes for novices as well as the experienced drinkers. The wine tasting is as informative as it is fun.
Surrounded by scenic cliffs, Crescent Bay Beach provides visitors with opportunities for swimming, kayaking, snorkeling, and more. During low tide, visitors can walk out to tide pools to view sea anemones and other creatures.
Spanning 6 acres, Ronald Reagan Park is a family-friendly park offering a wide array of potential activities. It features a lighted basketball court, three lighted tennis courts and several covered picnic tables and barbecue grills ideal for social gatherings.
Covering over 3 acres, Heritage Park has plenty of trees for shady picnics, and offers numerous opportunities for leisurely activities. It features a 3,900 square foot community center, two baseball fields and a large play area for kids.