Learning is Fun in Anaheim

May 31, 2023

With a big blend of fun, learning and nature, Anaheim is the perfect destination for student groups—and Cambria Hotel & Suites Anaheim Resort is the perfect place to stay.

With 352 rooms, 30,000 square feet of waterpark, seven fast-casual eateries, free buffet breakfast, bunk bed suites, and less than a one mile walk or shuttle away from Disneyland, Cambria offers everything your group needs to have an incredible stay. It’s an especially popular choice for groups visiting for local competitions and festivals!

There’s so much for student groups to do in Anaheim, we’re here to guide you to just a few of our favorite attractions offering both fun and education in the area, so you can make the absolute most of your trip.

100 Years of Disney
Disneyland is celebrating its 100th anniversary with a slate of exciting debuts and returns. The Magic Happens parade is returning, a new Wondrous Journeys nighttime show highlights a century of animation, and the World of Color show makes stunning use of color, lights and music.

Plus, it’s the perfect time to enjoy the new Mickey’s Toontown, a colorful cartoon section of the park filled with animated experiences and interactive ways for families to play. In other words, it’s perfect for the younger students! This also features the new trackless ride, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway (which debuted in Disney World in 2020).

Discovery Cube Orange County
A super hands-on science museum that promotes interactive learning experiences for children of all ages, Discovery Cube Orange County offers a world of discovery and exploration. From engaging exhibits on physics, engineering, space, and the environment, to interactive displays showcasing the wonders of the human body, Discovery Cube offers a dynamic learning environment that sparks curiosity and inspires young minds. Plus, teachers can utilize the museum’s educational resources to enhance classroom lessons in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).

Santa Ana Zoo
Just a short distance from Anaheim, the Santa Ana Zoo is an intimate and educational attraction that introduces students to a diverse range of animal species. The zoo’s focus on conservation and education allows teachers to engage their students in lessons about wildlife, habitats, and environmental stewardship. The Santa Ana Zoo offers various educational programs, including guided tours, wildlife presentations, and interactive exhibits. Students can observe endangered species, learn about animal behavior, and develop a deeper appreciation for the importance of biodiversity.

Ocean Institute Dana Point
Located along the picturesque coastline near Anaheim, the Ocean Institute Dana Point provides an immersive learning experience centered around marine science/ecosystems, ocean conservation and maritime history. Teachers can take advantage of the institute’s educational programs, which include hands-on science labs, live animal encounters, and interactive maritime exhibits. Students can embark on exciting marine life excursions, where they can explore tide pools, observe marine mammals, and participate in interactive demonstrations led by knowledgeable instructors.

To book your stay today, visit https://www.cambriasuitesanaheim.com.