Discover Anaheim

While attending the Evolution of Psychotherapy 2021, we invite you to experience all that’s new in Anaheim. Experience the city's world-renowned attractions, dine like a foodie, and revel in the vibrant nightlife—choose your own sun-soaked Southern California adventure. This is just the beginning!


10 Ways To Experience Anaheim and Orange County

Here are our favorites! Check out for the full list.


Disneyland® Resort

If visitors have a full day to spare, Disneyland® Resort is a crown jewel of greater Orange County. Two theme parks—Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure—entertain all ages, while hotels offer dining, spa and character experiences. Those short on time can visit the Downtown Disney® District, where specialty shops like the LEGO Store are nestled between fun restaurant concepts such as Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen.



Anaheim Gardenwalk

An outdoor promenade, Anaheim GardenWalk is located just across the street from the convention center. The three-level shopping plaza features an array of businesses that represent the varied landscape of Orange County entertainment and dining, including the iconic House of Blues®, Artists Republic Gallery, Mission Escape Games, Rumba Room Live and Grasslands Meat Market.



Starline Tours

Offering pickup from dozens of Anaheim hotels, Starline Tours transports passengers up and down the coast for sightseeing tours of Los Angeles, Hollywood and San Diego. Options include a city and shopping extravaganza in San Diego, narrated tours of celebrity mansions and hop-on/hop-off passes to explore Hollywood at your own pace.

Photo credit: Starline Tours of Hollywood on Facebook


whale watching

Whale Watching Tours

Newport Landing and Davey’s Locker Sportfishing offer once-in-a-lifetime whale-watching experiences in Newport Beach and Dana Point. Depending on the season, catch a rare glimpse of the endangered gray whale, killer whales, dolphins and more. or


Mission San Juan Capistrano

Mission San Juan Capistrano

Explore a piece of California’s past at the state’s oldest building still in use. Built in the late 1700s, Mission San Juan Capistrano’s Serra Chapel is adorned with historic paintings and artifacts on view during the Sunday walking tour. During the rest of the week, visitors may walk the grounds to discover exhibits inside the museum as well as 10 acres of gardens and preserved architecture.

Photo credit: Mission San Juan Capistrano, CA on Facebook