Are you looking for something to do in Anaheim? But you can’t find a place that checks all your boxes? The Packing District is the one-stop-shop for dining, drinks, and entertainment. Here’s what you need to know.
History of the Packing District in Anaheim
The Packing District is several venues rolled into one historic district in the heart of Anaheim, at Anaheim Boulevard and Santa Ana Street. The heart of the district is the Packing House, built in 1919. The 42,000 square-foot warehouse is one of the last citrus packing warehouses in Orange County. Now fully preserved and restored as a market hall, it features a variety of restaurants, a railroad car patio, and music venues. There’s also the Packard Car Showroom, MAKE Building, the two-acre Farmers Park, Center Street Promenade, and Leisuretown.
What’s in the Packing District?
From Cajun cuisine to Japanese crepes and Mexican gastronomy to grilled cheese, there’s a restaurant for everyone in the Packing District. There are also breweries, bars, and a winery if you’re looking for an exciting place for a drink. You can find a list of all the merchants here.
If you’re looking for live music or markets, check the calendar for all the latest entertainment and shopping events. And don’t forget to stop at the heart-shaped swing in Farmers Park for your Instagram photo fix.
The Packing District in Anaheim checks all the boxes for history, dining, drinks, entertainment, and more. If you’re looking for apartments in Anaheim, California, so you can be closer to The Packing District, check out Pacific Palms Apartment Homes. With one- and two-bedroom apartments, the community features amenities like an on-site fitness center and laundry facilities, playground, barbecues, and gated access—and they’re pet-friendly. Book a tour today!
Photo courtesy: Anaheim Packing District