Known as "the antique capital of California" Old Towne Orange is made up of old shops and restaurants and is home to Orange County's oldest operating bank as well as the oldest operating soda fountain. The central plaza is reminiscent of a Rockwell-esque Main Street, USA complete with more than 60 antique dealers, alfresco dining, and the central Plaza Park.
Nestled along Santiago Creek, the 1,269-acre Santiago Oaks Regional Park includes wildlife, an orange grove, mountain vistas, a lush forest and meandering creek. Interconnecting trails feature panoramic views of foothills and the town of Orange, while a nature center offers exhibits and programs on natural history.
The 477-acre Irvine Park includes the Orange County Zoo, lagoon, mini-railroad, pedal boats, picnic areas with barbecues, and several miles of trails.
The Outlets at Orange are home to more than 120 stores including Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Nordstrom Rack, Banana Republic Factory Store, and more. Conveniently located in the heart of Orange County, this open-air shopping center is a stone’s throw from other popular attractions including Disneyland Resort, Angels Stadium, Honda Center, and the Anaheim Convention Center.