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Why go now: This year’s big deal is the Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission BREAKOUT! ride, which opens in May in the former Twilight Zone Tower of Terror building at California Adventure. Some people were skeptical of the change, since Twilight Zone was so popular, but new ride details have emerged that sound spectacular. It’s part of the park’s “Summer of Heroes” effort that will allow California Adventure guests to interact with members of the Avengers and the Guardians. The ride will also anchor a new universe of superhero-related attractions at California Adventure.

Meanwhile, as Disney continues building its big “Star Wars” section of the park, expect to see an uptick in “Star Wars”-related activity in Tomorrowland, And after a yearlong closure, thanks to that “Star Wars” construction, the Disneyland Railroad and Rivers of America will reopen this summer, which means the return of Fantasmic! as well, If you’re looking for that quintessential Golden State vibe, this beach amusement park, perched on not one, but two piers, brings California dreaming to life, While away the day watching surfers catch a wave, or drop a fishing line, There are people-watching opportunities aplenty, from bikers and pink ballerina fashion illustration art print / fashion sketch, girls room decor, pointe shoes, pink tutu, ballet art print, dan rollerbladers to sand and sun worshippers, Of the many ways to play, one of the best is a ride aboard the pier’s iconic Pacific Wheel for a bird’s-eye view of the 3.5-mile long Santa Monica Beach and beyond, And you can meet the real locals — the aquatic kind — at the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, below the carousel ride..

Why now: After watching a spectacular sunset, catch the new Ferris wheel light show for a big wow. The dazzling, million-dollar light display debuted in May with 174,000 LED lights, offering a fitting glow for the world’s only solar-powered Ferris wheel. Open daily. Free admission; rides are $5 to $10. Find more details at — M.O. Star-gazing is as real as it gets at Los Angeles’ Art Deco Griffith Observatory perched atop Mount Hollywood. Admission is free day or night to the world’s most visited observatory, where you can gaze through powerful telescopes, be mesmerized by the rotunda’s Foucault Pendulum and take in the vaulted ceilings, covered in paintings depicting celestial mythology and science. Afterwards, stroll the grounds for views over the vast Los Angeles Basin. Griffith Park has some serious Hollywood cachet, including a James Dean bust to commemorate “Rebel Without a Cause” — the 1955 film was shot here — and some of the best Hollywood sign vantage points around.

Why go now: Griffith Observatory plays a starring role in this year’s “La La Land,” which earned six Academy Awards, Channel your inner Mia (Emma Stone) or Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) as you dance across Griffith Park or imagine yourself floating into the planetarium’s starry sky for a dreamy dance number, (The latter was actually shot on a studio set, We’re sorry to report that planetarium visitors cannot pink ballerina fashion illustration art print / fashion sketch, girls room decor, pointe shoes, pink tutu, ballet art print, dan actually dance on the ceiling.) Open Tuesday-Sunday, Admission is free; planetarium tickets are $3-$7, Find more information at

— M.O. From the Queen of Missions to the glamorous Riviera, the glitzy downtown and the surf-kissed sand, Santa Barbara does not skimp in the allure department. Its restaurants are top-notch — we’d expect nothing less from Julia Child’s hometown — and its famous film festival routinely draws A-listers. And given the beaches, the parks, the Santa Barbara Zoo, the Natural History Museum and its Sea Center on Stearns Wharf, the city has always offered boundless kid-friendly attractions. Now add one more: Moxi.

Why go now: Santa Barbara’s new kid-friendly science museum, the Wolf Museum of Exploration and Innovation — Moxi — opened two weeks ago in the city’s arty, winery-filled Funk Zone just a few blocks from the ocean, And no, you cannot drop off your kids at Moxi while you go sipping — nor will you want to, because at Moxi, visitors learn about musical riffs from inside a giant guitar, create cinematic sound effects in a foley studio and channel their pink ballerina fashion illustration art print / fashion sketch, girls room decor, pointe shoes, pink tutu, ballet art print, dan inner Thomas Edison in the Innovation Workshop, Open daily; tickets are $10-$14, Learn more at

— J.B. With its half-timbered buildings and flower filled plazas, this tiny town just north of Santa Barbara looks like it was plucked from a Danish fairy tale — a fairy tale with 20 wine tasting rooms. You could happily stroll, sip and nibble jam-filled aebelskiver all day long and never leave Solvang. But any wildlife lover — or “Sideways” film fan — will want to amble over to the outskirts of town, where Solvang meets Buellton and Ostrichland USA awaits. The ostriches and emus may have been just one quirky detail in a decidedly quirky film, but a visit to the actual place is incredible fun, equal parts awe-inspiring, hilarious and intimidating. Turns out ostriches are huge — 350 pounds and 8 to 9 feet tall — and ferociously delighted to meet visitors.

Why go now: You’re going to feed enormous feathered pink ballerina fashion illustration art print / fashion sketch, girls room decor, pointe shoes, pink tutu, ballet art print, dan birds, fill your Instagram feed with ostrich photobombs and dine out on the tale for pretty much forever, Ostrichland USA is open daily, Admission is $6 for adults, $3 for kids;, Santa Margarita is a tinier-than-tiny, one-highway-exit town, just north of San Luis Obispo, but it offers an experience so exhilaratingly Californian, you won’t want to miss it, Strapped into Margarita Adventures’ zipline harnesses, you can fly over pinot noir vineyards, through an oak tree canopy or graze treetops on the historic Santa Margarita Ranch, There are six ways to zip, all at different heights, cable lengths and speeds, For the true thrill seeker, the Pinot Express course includes a dizzying 1,800-foot descent, And afterward, you can calm ruffled feathers at the ranch’s Ancient Peaks Winery tasting room in Santa Margarita proper..

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