If you’re looking for the perfect place to spend your spring break, Anaheim is a top destination getaway with endless options for relaxation and fun in the sun. With our sunny weather, exciting attractions, and plenty of outdoor activities, it’s the perfect place to make lasting memories. Start planning your spring escape now.
Here are some of the best things to do in Anaheim and Orange County for spring break.
Fun For the Whole Family
Get the whole family together for a magical spring break at Disneyland® Park. With flowers in full bloom and tons of rides and attractions to explore, there is something for everyone to enjoy. This spring, rediscover Mickey’s Toontown. At this animated neighborhood, families can explore, play, discover, and unwind together while enjoying new interactive experiences, returning familiar favorites and the new attraction Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway.
Say goodbye to winter and hello to spring at Great Wolf Lodge's Spring Breakout event. This spring extravaganza is going on from now until April 30 and will include character meet and greets, springtime crafts, dance parties, and so much more. The indoor water park has 14 slides, four pools and water pads for all ages, including adults. The resort also offers themed suites, so the fun can continue long into bedtime.
Spend a day immersed in fun, food, and music at Knott’s Berry Farm® Theme Park for the Knott’s Boysenberry Festival going on from now until April 16. Guests of all ages can enjoy tasty boysenberry dishes and sweets, play festival-style games throughout the theme park, participate in group crafts, and watch live shows.
Take your kids on a thrill ride of their lives at Adventure City! This little theme park is big on family fun for all ages. Ride the Adventure City Express Train for a scenic trip around the park or get a little loony on the crazy bus. Meet some new animal friends at the petting farm and enjoy interactive children's shows and so much more!
On April 21, meet your favorite Star Wars characters at Angel Stadium after the game. Watch as the Angels take on the Kansas City Royals and then enjoy fireworks while you and your little ones take pictures with Stormtroopers and the rest of the iconic cast at Star Wars Night.
Things To Do for Couples
Adults deserve a spring break too and we’re sure you’ll fall in love with Anaheim! Spend some alone time with your significant other and participate in spring events like no other.
Experience Anaheim through culinary creations at Disney California Adventure® Park’s Food & Wine Festival. Attend wine, beer, and mixology tastings, join mixology classes, and dine on delicious dishes. This event takes place from now until April 25 and requires tickets for entry.
Enjoy a local craft beer while you shop for seasonal goodies at Brewery X. Their Sip Then Shop event will take place on April 2, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., featuring more than 15 local vendors, a photo booth and arts and crafts. This event is free and pet-friendly so bring your furry friends for some easter fun in the sun. Explore more breweries in the area by visiting our Craft Beer and Breweries page.
Make date night a dance night at the House of Blues in Anaheim. Sing along to your favorite artists, such as Bryce Vine and Hunter Hayes. With a full bar and an amazing food menu, grab dinner and drinks before your show starts. The House of Blues is the perfect place to mix up date night for an exciting and thrilling night.
Things To Do for Students and Spring Breakers
What better way to start off spring than with a beer and a ball game? You and your crew will love a night at the Angel Stadium. Stop by on March 27 and 28 to experience the biggest baseball rivalry in California as the Angels take on the Los Angeles Dodgers. On Saturdays, watch the stadium light up with post-game fireworks that will light the night.
Party like never before at the Big Bubble Rave at the House of Blues this April Fool’s Day. This SpongeBob-themed rave features glow-in-the-dark dance acts, electronic dance music, and fun bikini-bottom costumes. This event is ticketed, and you must be over 18 to participate.
Bust out your dancing shoes and get ready to dance and drink at Brewery X for No-Chella. On April 15, enjoy live music from a variety of local artists from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m., and come back on April 16 to hear more tunes from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. This event offers free entry, all you need to do is purchase your drinks and enjoy the beats.
Anaheim and Orange County have something for you this spring break. From family-friendly attractions to romantic outings and plenty of outdoor activities, you’re sure to have a memorable time. Visit the Top Things to Do in Anaheim page for even more spring break ideas.