Anaheim, California, itinerary ideas:
Performing arts: Develop star power, harness the talent of storytelling and unleash some learning magic with Disney Youth Programs at Disneyland. Dance groups wow the crowds, instrumental classes march down Main Street, U.S.A., and vocal ensembles belt it out on stage at Disneyland Resort. Continue the fun less than 15 minutes away in Buena Park. Knott’s Berry Farm has two distinct venues for its Performance in the Park program.
Phys-ed: Angel Stadium Ballpark Tours at Angel Stadium of Anaheim invite students to visit areas normally restricted to the public, including the field, the dugout, the Visitors’ Clubhouse and the Mike Scioscia interview room. Groups also receive an exclusive look at the Gene Autry Suite, the broadcasting booth and the press conference room. Angel Stadium is the fourth-oldest active Major League Baseball stadium, behind Fenway Park in Boston, Wrigley Field in Chicago and Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
Art: One versatile center engages students by exploring diverse heritage, culture and arts through creative programming. Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center is comprised of Anaheim’s original Carnegie Library and a state-of-the-art gallery space, the Main Gallery. “Anaheim: A Walk Through Local History” is on permanent display and provides a storehouse of artifacts that highlight the history of Anaheim, from fossils to ancient Indian wares.