Clarion Hotel Anaheim Resort
616 Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802
Phone: (714) 750-3131
Fax: (714) 750-9027
Create and customize your toy car! Located in Downtown Disney, this fun toy shop lets you create a one-of-a-kind toy car. You can choose between body style, color, sound effects, decals, tires, accessories and more. You can even put together Pixar inspired cars that are similar to the cartoon cars in the movie Cars. This toy store is perfect for any kid or kid at heart!
This unique area combining shopping, dining and special events is open year-round and provides a Disney-influenced, admission-free center for the city of Anaheim. There is usually live music and street entertainment out on the street. Much of the fun is free, although special concerts will have a fee. The schedule changes daily, so most visitors grab a free copy of "Downtown Disney Today" from the newsstands located throughout the area. The holiday season is especially busy with strolling musicians, yuletide decorations and special events for kids and adults alike. Your first three hours of parking is free with additional validations available from the restaurants, shops and theaters.
If it does not pinch to buy merchandise with a little past and gently used clothes, head to the West Street to the Graces Thrift Stores. They offer a collection of branded clothes, furniture, books and much more. Be happy about shopping here as they work closely with a local charity and a part of their earnings is donated to people with birth defects.
This huge open-air shopping center is a bargain hunters dream with wonderful outlet stores and discount boutiques! You'll find over 120 stores all in one location including Nike Factory Store, Nordstrom Rack, and Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH. With restaurants, shops, an AMC Theater with IMAX, and a huge indoor skatepark, the Outlets at Orange is a great place to spend a day.
Center Street Promenade is downtown Anaheim is a place with myriad shades. Attracting hoards of tourists and locals year after year with the Anaheim Nutcracker Holiday Festival, the promenade makes for a wonderful place to be at on a lazy afternoon. A pedestrian-only shopping district running for several blocks along West Center Street, the promenade is home to a multitude of holiday festivities and events. During Christmas, expect a visit from Santa Claus and live musicians and carolers. The climax of the fun is when a large Christmas tree is lit to sighs of wonder from the crowd at this family-friendly event. Call the Downtown Anaheim Association for more details.
The Anaheim Farmers Market is a year-round tradition, held every Thursday rain or shine. Every spring, however, the Farmers Market becomes an even bigger to-do as it celebrates the Easter holiday. One day each year, the market offers Easter and spring-related fun and activities including a fashion show, live entertainment and egg dyeing. And, no Easter celebration would be complete without a visit from the Big Guy himself, the Easter Bunny. The Market is free of charge; some vendors accept credit cards.
Since its inception in 1992, the Integrity Jewelers strives hard to provide its customers with elegantly designed jewelry. Located on the Trask Avenue, this shop offers beautiful diamond pieces- from rings to bracelets, bangles, necklaces and pendants, you will be hard pressed to find better products in the town!
When it comes to vintage wear, no one quite does it like Villains Vintage Clothing on Chapman Avenue, in Orange, CA. One of the best known vintage wear and consignment stores in The OC, the charming boutique boasts of an impressive inventory, that's chock-full of fashionable clothes, awesome outfits and accessories from between the 1940s and '80s. Expect to find a huge collection of furs, leather jackets, band and concert tee-shirts, dresses and lots more that are sure to take you back in time. However, Villains Vintage Clothing, or VVC as they call it, isn't just about the clothes, they also keep a superb collection of home decor, furniture and collectible items that belong to diverse genres such as post-modern, kitsch and pop-art, among many others. If you're into the retro/throwback deal, this is where you should shop!
Country Roads Antiques is an antique mall where visitors can truly get lost in their large inventory. The antiques are divided into curated separate rooms, with the antiques themselves being personally chosen for their quality and uniqueness. Exploring here a lot of fun because you never know what you might find inside!
After you visit Elsewhere Vintage you won't look any where else for vintage! You'll find an impress vintage women's clothing collection. The dresses are arranged by the decade, so you can easily find the perfect 1960s mod dress you've always dreamed of owning or a Victorian dress that's perfect for a costume party. Although the clothing is secondhand all the outfits have been well-maintained and are very clean. The accessories are especially beautiful. Stop in and buy a pair of 1920s earrings that will compliment any modern outfit.
Located in Orange, this shop carries a variety of clothing and accessories for women. Be it a pair of designer jeans or a piece of handmade jewelry, this boutique has that special something that you will love to add to your look. If you are having a hard time finding what you are looking for, the staff is very friendly and willing to help you.
Visit Old Towne Orange Historic District and step into yesteryear. This district is centered around the original Orange plaza and contains so many historical buildings, the entire district is listed in the National Register of Historic Places! Walk around the one-square mile district and see different architecture, including Victorian and Spanish Revival buildings. The district is also known as a top shopping destination and you'll find plenty of art galleries, boutiques and antique stores near the plaza.