Fun destinations for the family.

Battery Point Lighthouse star
To celebrate the ghostly season, here is the first in a series of spooky California places to visit.

Bodie State Historic Park star
Although the gold is gone, the ghost town of Bodie rewards visitors richly with stories, visuals, and history.

Descanso Gardens star
One of Los Angeles County's most beautiful private gardens, Descanso is both tame and wild.

Disneyland Resort star[offsite link]

Highlights of the Huntington Library star
The Huntington Library and Gardens is a must-see in the Pasadena area. There's a lot to see, so lovers of museums and gardens should plan multiple days here!

Los Angeles Arboretum star
Much thanks to the Arboretum for staying open during COVID-19 restrictions1

Manzanar National Historic Site star
Located far from civilization, Manzanar is a testament to the power of community strength in the face of racism. This is a must-see for all Americans.

Museum Store Holiday Shopping star
Looking for an unusual gift? Here are five museum stores worth your time.

Oakland Museum of California star
The Oakland Museum of California offers something for everyone. Kid-friendly without being kid-centric, it's a great place to spend a few hours.

Pasadena's Suicide Bridge star
Another ghost tale to celebrate the autumn season in California!

Population 18 - Harmony, California star
En route to Cambria or Morro Bay? Stop and smell the flowers in the tiny hamlet of Harmony.

The Queen Mary star
The Queen Mary in Long Beach, California, offers history, hauntings, and an indulgent resort. Plush staterooms, cocktail lounges, and tours of the ship's history can all be enjoyed here.

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