Downtown Anaheim

The heart of Anaheim lies in its historic Downtown district. Once a booming center fueled by the citrus industry, Downtown Anaheim now houses a vibrant dining scene, the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center, Center Street Promenade for weekend events, and the Anaheim Packing House food hall in a restored 1919 citrus packing warehouse. Guests can shop at the Anaheim GardenWalk outdoor mall or catch a show at the City National Grove of Anaheim. With so much to see and do in compact Downtown Anaheim, it’s easy to park your party bus once and explore numerous attractions on foot.

Anaheim Resort

You can’t come to Anaheim without experiencing the world-famous Anaheim Resort area! This bustling district encompasses the iconic Disneyland Resort, the Anaheim Convention Center, hotels galore, and popular shopping and dining along Harbor Boulevard near the 5 Freeway. In addition to classic Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure, the resort now includes the lively Downtown Disney District. Conventions, corporate events, youth tournaments, and of course Disney-loving families flock to this corner of Anaheim all year round. Leave the parking hassle to your professional driver while you enjoy the energy of this vibrant district.

Platinum Triangle

Sports fans will love Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle neighborhood, conveniently located between Disneyland Resort and Downtown Anaheim. Baseball aficionados can catch a Los Angeles Angels game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, while hockey lovers can cheer on the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center. The area also offers shopping at Anaheim GardenWalk and dining atrestaurants like Dave & Buster’s, Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar and JT Schmid’s Restaurant & Brewery. With venues like City National Grove of Anaheim and House of Blues nearby, the fun doesn’t stop when the game ends in this lively area.

West Anaheim

From Disneyland Resort to Angel Stadium, West Anaheim places some of Anaheim’s most popular destinations conveniently close together. In addition to the amusement park and sports complex, West Anaheim offers shopping at Anaheim GardenWalk and dining at the Outlets at Orange and The Catch. Cultural sights include the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center, a Spanish Colonial Revival style museum housed in a historic Carnegie library building. Appreciate history while enjoying modern amenities in this diverse Anaheim neighborhood.

East Anaheim

East Anaheim encompasses a large portion of Anaheim east of the 57 Freeway all the way to the Santa Ana city border. The expansive district includes a mix of residential neighborhoods, industrial zones, and shopping centers. Retail attractions range from big box stores like Target and Lowe’s to Anaheim Plaza’s mix of restaurants and mom-and-pop shops. Major employers Kaiser Permanente and Northgate González Markets are based out of East Anaheim. With so much ground to cover, East Anaheim is best explored via private transportation like a party bus.

Anaheim Canyon

Nature lovers will appreciate Anaheim Canyon, a neighborhood that backs up to the Santa Ana Mountains. Outdoor attractions include the Oak Canyon Nature Center, a city-run nature preserve with hiking and equestrian trails. The serene natural setting offers a relaxing escape from Anaheim’s urban amenities. Bring your group to Anaheim Canyon to enjoy the great outdoors before returning to the excitement of city sights. With ample room for luggage and equipment, a party bus makes accessing this rustic neighborhood a breeze.

Sycamore Canyon

Like Anaheim Canyon, Sycamore Canyon offers close proximity to outdoor recreation in the Santa Ana Mountains. However, this neighborhood also provides quick access to major Anaheim attractions. The Anabella Hotel offers stylish accommodations near the Anaheim Convention Center and Disneyland Resort, while the Anaheim GardenWalk outdoor mall provides dining and shopping just around the corner. Appreciate natural beauty knowing city conveniences are minutes away in Sycamore Canyon.


Discover Anaheim’s own Chinatown just across the 5 Freeway from Disneyland Resort and Downtown Anaheim. Asian restaurants and markets share shopping plazas with vendors offering everything from electronics to quinceañera dresses. The neighborhood lies in the heart of Anaheim’s tourist corridor, offering convenience for travelers. Or park your party bus once to sample Asian cuisines and shop for unique imports without navigating Anaheim’s busy streets.

Book a Bus With Us

Make the most of your time exploring Anaheim’s one-of-a-kind neighborhoods with transportation from Party Bus Anaheim. Our reliable party buses, limo buses, and charter buses will shuttle your group all over Anaheim in comfort, safety, and style. Focus on fun knowing our experienced drivers will handle traffic and parking while you relax. Call 323-380-0583 today to request a quote and reserve Anaheim group transportation you can count on.