Garden Grove City
In its beginnings, the city of Garden Grove must have resembled a garden. A large and beautiful garden, a paradise of fruits and flowers, which later developed into today’s vibrant Garden Grove. If you wish to travel through time and enter the 1890s, you may do it in Garden Grove. The past comes back to life in Stanley House, a unique farmhouse on Euclid Street, built in 1981 by Edward Ware.
People from all over the world have found their home in Garden Grove; Vietnamese, Korean, Arabic and Hispanic populations all add a special charm to the city of Garden Grove. Come and join them for a while. Enjoy the special atmosphere in Garden Grove and keep it forever in your heart. More than 170,000 people will be there to welcome you, so do not hesitate.
We invite you to visit the Crystal Cathedral, go to an extraordinary concert at the Orange County Symphony, and live in another era at the Garden Grove Stanley Ranch Museum. Have a great time at Garden Grove’s Strawberry Festival and spend an unforgettable vacation in the city of youth. Only one mile away from Disneyland, close to the San Bernardino Mountains and the Mohave Desert, Garden Grove is more than a charming city.
Fine weather, friendly people, safe streets, lodging and accommodations for every visitor, large parks and excellent restaurants, Garden Grove has it all. The Orange Tropicana Rose and the Flame Coral are Garden Grove’s representative flower and tree, so don’t forget to come and see them for yourself. Book a room in one of the hotels in Garden Grove, buy a ticket for the next flight, rent a car and start packing.
You won’t regret having chosen Garden Grove, that’s a promise. Have a wonderful time and come back for more. See you in Garden Grove.