Located about 45 mins from San Bernardino, Lake Arrowhead is known for being a quiet, little resort that openly welcomes tourists. The Village, modeled after a Swiss Chalet, serves as the main commercial area for both locals and tourists and includes several factory outlets, boutiques and restaurants.
Located in Orange County, about 45 minutes from San Bernardino, is the original Disneyland. Opened in 1955, “Walt’s Magic Kingdom” is an adventure all in itself where the kids can spend the day riding a variety of thrill rides, as for us not so daring, we have a huge selection of not-so-thrilling rides to keep us happy. Bring comfortable shoes and have the time of your life.
Located in Orange County, about 45 minutes from San Bernardino, Knotts Berry Farm (the original theme park) is guaranteed to keep you moving all day. A day at Knott’s Berry Farm means taking on mammoth roller coasters, Old West adventures in the authentic 1800’s Ghost Town, paying tribute to California’s Hispanic roots in Fiesta Village, experiencing the Southern California beach lifestyle along the Boardwalk, and going on a High Sierras adventure with the world’s most loveable beagle – Snoopy!
The Los Angeles County Fire Museum is a public museum dedicated to the history of the Los Angeles County Fire Department in Los Angeles County, California. The museum has some 60 antique fire engines in its collection, consisting of fire engines from the 1860s through just-retired apparatus; including the actual Squad 51 and Engine 51 vehicles used in the television series EMERGENCY!
The museum is open Wednesday through Saturday, from 9AM to 2PM. Admission is $5 per each visitor over 12 years old. FREE ADMISSION for: Active & Retired LACoFD Firefighters, Active Military, and children 12 and under. Also, during the week of the 2023 National Police Collectors Show, present your show credential and you get in for free!!!
Located about 1 hour west of San Bernardino, in the Highland Park area of Los Angeles, the LAPD Museum is housed in the old Highland Park Police Station. The Los Angeles Police Museum is the nation’s preeminent museum dedicated to exploring and sharing the rich history of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) through engaging exhibits and rare timeless artifacts and is a must-see for any law enforcement enthusiast!
General (ages 13 to 61) $10.00; Seniors (62+) $9.00; Children (6-12) $5.00; Children (5 and under) Free. ALSO – If you show your event credential, you will be allowed free entry into the museum (all others in your group will pay based on the rates described)