For families that are interested in oceanic life, here are some stimulating activities in greater L.A. that promise to make some encouraging waves during summer of 2015.
If you want to show a little more imagination than buying your dad a tie for Father’s Day, here are some of the best ways to do it.
With Bougainvillea-studded cliffs which dot the walking paths and ocean views which look down upon a beautiful harbor filled with maritime themed activities for all ages, Dana Point attracts visitors looking for a low-key Southern California beach vacation.
Dreaming of a cool breeze and an ocean view in Laguna Beach? It could be yours for just $150.
The Ocean Institute in Dana Point Harbor is using the living sea as a classroom to inspire more than 100,000 students a year with its unique hands-on learning.
Irvine students spotted a group of false killer whales near Dana Point on Wednesday.
Have you ever dreamed of owning a home in tony Laguna Beach? That dream home could be yours for just $150.
Get your kids plastic goggles on, and get ready to bring them to the best science attractions for little science lovers in Orange County.
You can really add to your experience by spending time after hours or getting a behind-the-scenes glimpse at some of Orange County’s favorite animal hot spots.
These unique museums provide visitors with experiences that are hard to come by outside of Orange County.
While fireworks options in Orange County abound, five viewing areas stand above the rest. These not-to-be-missed Fourth of July events are perfect for the whole family, with festivals and fireworks displays like none other.
From day one when parents beg their babies to make myriad animal noises, trips to the zoo are a given. Kids get to feed, touch and interact with animals they’d never see at home. Orange County’s best zoos and aquariums offer a little more: They’re educational, entertaining and accommodating of even the most squirrelly little ones.
There are a wealth of enjoyable and educational Orange County camp experiences for kids too young for a summer job.
What’s hot in Southern California for the week of August 20th through August 26th. From improv, the songbird Mandy Brown to baby play at Pretend city we’ve got you covered.
There’s more than just one aquarium in town, you know.