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Fullerton Arboretum

Map & Directions 1900 Associated Road
Fullerton, CA 92831
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining
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  • Free, Lot available


OC Weekly's Description

The Fullerton Arboretum is in Fullerton. It’s the county’s best place to see a bunch of plants. And it also has the Clark Home. This preserved Victorian-era home was originally built for and occupied by Fullerton physician Dr. George C. Clark and stood at the corner of Amerige and Harvard (now Lemon). In 1972, the house was moved to its current location in the Fullerton Arboretum and now hosts tours and workshops that present the lifestyle and culture of Victorian America to guests. It's sometimes hard to imagine a Victorian Orange County?hell, it's sometimes hard to imagine an Orange County pre-South Coast Plaza?but Heritage House is keeping the flame alive. The house also hosts a collection of Victorian medical artifacts, so if your kids seem uninterested in the idea of an educational experience, you can always punch it up by telling them the house is haunted by the victims of turn-of-the-century medical practices.

Merchant's Description

Provide our visitors the opportunity to gain knowledge and appreciation of the plant world through collections that preserve and promote stewardship of worldwide plant diversity and regional agricultural heritage. Serve faculty, students and the broader community through education and scholarly activities.

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  • Randy S. on 04/20/11

    As you enter the arboretum go to the right side there us a stream that runs from the falls thru the two lakes very peacefull.

  • Visit the “New Birth of Freedom” exhibit in the Orange County Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum. The exhibit is open on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from now through May 2012.

  • Anaheim The Film on 06/06/10

    Filming here today!

  • Britt W. on 02/08/12

    Cool spot to practice your photography skills. Also, don't forget the $3 donation at the entrance you cheapskate.

  • Amiel C. on 02/16/14

    Entrance free is not required but donation is appreciated. Free parking all day everyday in front or free parking on saturdays and sundays at csu fullerton parking lot.

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