Families who like dinner theater and want to step back in time may enjoy Pirates Dinner Adventure. It is a show with 18th century ship replica. Legends of the Loch Ness Monster is performed all year and filled with action and romance alike. You will even have a chance to dress up in your own pirate attire and take pictures to savor the memories forever.
If you did not get enough after just one pirate adventure, there is more! Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament provides an interactive dinner show with jousting, falconry and horsemanship that includes a 4-course, utensil-free meal. The restaurants looks just like an 11th century-style castle in Spain.
If your child likes to jump off the walls literally, Big Air Trampoline Park will allow for never-ending fun. Whether you want to jump at zero-gravity court, flip into tons of foam cubes on the launch pad, saddle up on the big bull, battle buddies on galactic gladiators battle beam or test climbing abilities on Martian Mountain, there is going to be an activity that you cannot get enough of. For the wee little one, there is an area with fun-sized versions of the most beloved attractions so everyone can participate.
Voted Yelp’s “#1 Restaurant in the Country” for 2016, Porto’s Cuban Bakery & Café serves up delectable pastries, savory sandwiches, specialty beverages and their famous potato balls. The family-owned business still uses many of the original recipes that they brought with them from Cuba in 1963. With a rich Southern California history, Porto’s Buena Park is one of just four locations and the only one in Orange County. Upon entering, it feels like you are walking into a different world, not just a bakery. The massive number of treats were not only scrumptious but phenomenally priced!