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Don’t Have any Spring Break Plans Yet? We’ve got you covered!

Written by Wendy Carrera Andrade & Tanisha Naik

by Titan Universe
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With spring break right around the corner, some of you might still be looking for fun and affordable things to do around Southern California. The Titan Universe team has compiled a list of fun, exciting places you can visit this Spring Break!

1. Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

The beautiful Lake Tahoe is first on our list. This would be the perfect place for a fun getaway for all you nature lovers this spring break. For those who love skiing, Lake Tahoe still has the perfect weather to do this over spring break. They have various ski resorts to try, but one is Heavenly Ski Resort. You will need to make a park reservation to attend, but you can do this easily through their app, My Epic. Then, you will be ready to hit the slopes! Afterward, you can visit a local restaurant that offers lake-view dining. Lake Tahoe has it all for your spring break.

2. Crystal Cove State Park – Laguna Beach

Next is Crystal Cove State Park in Laguna Beach. This one is closer to us but still has a lot to offer. You can do various activities here, like visiting the beach, tidepool exploration, and camping. You will only need to pay for parking to enjoy these fun activities. So have a beach day or go camping at Crystal Cove State Park!

3. LACMA and Academy Museum of Motion Pictures – LA

For those of you looking for something fun to do in the LA area, you can visit the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, and right by it is also the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures entrance fee is $15 for students as long as you show your student ID, and it is recommended you make a reservation, but not required. The entrance fee for LACMA is $25. These activities are perfect for all you film and art lovers.

4. Niguel Botanical Preserve – Laguna Niguel

Niguel Botanical Preserve

Another fun thing you can do is go on a hike. Niguel Botanical Preserve is a beautiful place to do this. You can take in the beautiful scenery as you hike through one of their trails. It is also open to everyone free of charge. This is a good way to get some fresh air and destress over spring break.

5. Tanaka Farms – Irvine

Tanaka Farms is also a great place to visit. They are currently open to the public to go strawberry picking. They also have their Spring Harvest Festival, which requires no reservation. On March 30th & 31st and April 6th & 7th, they will have strawberry picking tours, goat yoga, and many more activities. These are things you don’t want to miss out on!

6. Old Towne Orange – Orange

Old Towne Orange is another great place to visit, especially if you love thrift shopping and visiting antique stores, which is what they’re most known for. You can take a nice stroll, shop, and get a bite to eat, with Urth Cafe also being right there. Parking is also free, which is always a bonus!

7. Lab Anti-Mall – Costa Mesa

The Lab Anti-Mall in Costa Mesa is another cool place to visit. They have some small businesses and more recognized stores like Urban Outfitters. The mall itself has a very cool aesthetic. This is also the place to visit if you want to take some cool pictures. You should check it out!

8. Doris Japanese Garden – LA

Doris Japanese Garden, located in the LA area, is a beautiful garden with small ponds, koi fish, waterfalls, and lanterns. It is currently free to visit, and no reservation is required. Take a stroll and experience its beauty!  

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