Top 3 Places To See in Fullerton, CA

Handpicked 3 Best Places To See in Fullerton, CA. How do we actually find the most highly rated places to see? Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, local reviews, nearness, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. That's not all... businesses do not pay us to list them. You deserve only the best!

FULLERTON ARBORETUM

1900 N Associated Rd, Fullerton, CA 92831

Since 1971

Botanical Garden, Garden Shop, Museum, Specialty Seasonal Plants, Walking Trails, Arboretum, Community Gardens, Governance, Calendar of Events, Plant Collections Bed Map, Museum Exhibit, Tours, Plant Database, Classes, Programs, Harvest and Springtime Gardens, Research, Culinary, Special Events, Weddings, Corporate & Private Events

26-acre green space featuring 4,000+ types of plants - Provide their visitors the opportunity to gain knowledge and appreciation of the plant world through collections that preserve and promote stewardship of worldwide plant diversity

Price: Admission: $5 Suggested Donation

farboretum@fullerton.edu
fullertonarboretum.org/home.php

Mon - Sun : 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

A pleasant surprise finding in the city of Fullerton! I passed by it several times before I figured I should see what it's all about. It's truly an oasis in the middle of a city. Entrance is free, also a plus. Upon walking in, you are overtaken by the fresh air filling your lungs, with an earthy smell and feeling of all the lush around you. There is a mini lake, and its nice for a walk or finding a bench to sit and think. You can spend 10 minutes or a few hours, whatever you decide.
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FULLERTON MUSEUM CENTER

301 N Pomona Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832

Since 1971

Museum, Educational Space, Showcasing, Exhibitions, Programs, Art, Music, Presentations, Garden, Exhibits and Classes, Education Programs, Special Exhibit, Field Trips, Cooking Classes, Summer Camps, Special Events, Wedding Events, Workshops, Educational Programs, Students, Teachers, Adult, Youth & Family Programs

Free for Museum members - The goals of FMC are to present exhibitions and activities which stimulate dialogue promote critical and creative thinking and serve as vehicles to learn about themselves and their world

Price: $12 Admission

cityoffullerton.com/depts/museum

Tue - Fri : 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Sat & Sun : 12:00 - 4:00 pm

Wonderful exhibition of Alphonse Mucha beauties. A partial selection from the Dhawan Collection. Lithographs, books, magazine covers and paintings form the master of art nouveau. The exhibition ends in late March 2016. Get there soon as I guarantee it won't be back anytime soon. His main exhibition is in Prague. If you appreciate his work make your way there. You won't be disappointed. Oh ya, the Fender Guitars are there too. My hubby enjoyed that portion.
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FULLERTON TRAIN MUSEUM

200 East Santa Fe Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92832

Since 2016

History Museum, House, Santa Fe Cupola-Style Way Car, Preserving and Restoring Railroad History, Railway Plaza Association, Collection, Rail Cars, Union Pacific Cupola Style Caboose, Southern Pacific Bay Window Caboose, Dining Cars, Summer Camps, Special Events, Workshops, Educational Programs, Students, Teachers, Adult, Youth & Family Programs

Free Admission - The collection consists of three historically significant cabooses representing the three railroads that served Orange County in its early days and two 1940s Union Pacific lounge cars in period d├ęcor

fullertontrainmuseum@gmail.com
scrpa.net/scmuseum.htm

Sat : 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Sun - Mon : Closed

New Train Museum is open at the Fullerton Transportation Center on east side of depot. Cafe prices are orange juice for $0.30 and a sandwich for $0.70 what a deal. Desert will set you back $0.15. Who is responsible for this gift to the community? Harold Benash, president of the Southern California Railway Plaza Association, may have a serious condition called train on the brain. Tours are FREE and hosted by the Southern California Railway Plaza Association (SCRPA). One of the mo
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