Glendale : Top 8 Best  places to visit in Glendale , California

Glendale : Top 8 Best  places to visit in Glendale , California

Museum of Neon Art

Museum of Neon Art

The Museum of Neon Art is an institution that exists to encourage learning and curiosity through the preservation, collection, and interpretation of neon art.

Forest Lawn Memorial Park

Forest Lawn Memorial Park

Forest Lawn Memorial Park, one of Southern California’s most distinctive landmarks, is a non-profit cemetery that includes a variety of attractions related to death and funerals. The original opening of the memorial park was in 1906 by a group San Francisco businessmen. 

The Glendale Galleria

The Glendale Galleria

It was opened to the public for the first time in 1976. Today, it is America’s fourth largest shopping center. Brookfield Properties Retail Group has owned and operated it since 2002. It is the original location of the Apple Store and Disney Stores. 

Brand Park Glendale

Brand Park Glendale

The park also houses the Whispering Pine Tea House, Friendship Garden, Doctors House Museum, Gazebo, as well as a variety of outdoor recreation facilities such softball and basketball courts, playgrounds for children, and trails for hiking and biking. 

Glendale Centre Theatre in Glendale

Glendale Centre Theatre in Glendale

The theater-in the-round seats 110 and offers a variety of performances each year, including musicals and classic Broadway comedies, as well as new works and performances for children. There are public auditions every other month.  

The Alex Theatre

The Alex Theatre

he theater was opened by Glendale Arts, a non-profit organization that has presented more than 250 theatrical performances over the years, including concerts, comedy shows and dance performances. 

Deukmejian Wilderness Park Glendale

Deukmejian Wilderness Park Glendale

The park features elevations of 2,159 to 4,775 feet in its chaparral, Sage scrub, and woodland ecosystems. The Park Center is the area where most park visitor activities take place.