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Honda Center, Anaheim

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#10 of 135 in Things to do in Anaheim
Arena / Stadium · Tourist Spot
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Known by the locals as the Pond or Ponda, Honda Center stadium opened in 1993 with a Barry Manilow concert that filled the more than 17,000 seats. Today, the local hockey, lacrosse, and football teams draw most people to the stands. Tours are not available; you'll have to attend an event to get inside. Using our custom trip planner, Anaheim attractions like Honda Center can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Went and saw The Who on Oct.28 at Honda Center and it was GREAT!!! I was on the floor about a 100 rows back. Good sight lines and excellent sound. 
    Went and saw The Who on Oct.28 at Honda Center and it was GREAT!!! I was on the floor about a 100 rows back. Good sight lines and excellent sound.  more »
  • Very nice. Very clean. The employees/staff helpful friendly. Easy access from the freeway. Close to restaurants. The Ayres Hotel perfect place to stay it's across the street and you can walk to the... 
    Very nice. Very clean. The employees/staff helpful friendly. Easy access from the freeway. Close to restaurants. The Ayres Hotel perfect place to stay it's across the street and you can walk to the...  more »
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  • Nice, clean venue. Great concert sound. Easy to get in and out of parking lot. Parking is $25+. You can purchase in advance or buy there. Parking down the street is $10, it's a bit of a walk. The seats are comfy and have cup holders-huge plus!! Of course, refreshments are expensive. The chicken tenders and waffle fries were really good. I was surprised. Bottled water gets poured into a cup. Credit card only. They have reverse ATMs. You put in cash and get a card. Not sure if there's a charge for that. Staff were friendly and helpful.
  • Went for a Ducks game, sat in 221. Staff was super friendly, seats were good. Pretty comfy as far as hockey arena seats. Only complaints were the limited amount of food choices and the prices. 18 bucks for mediocre beer and 18 more dollars for nachos that had no meat. I get it, it's an arena. 20 bucks for parking 40 bucks for minimal food just kind of takes a little but of the fun away. Next time I'll find somewhere else to park and eat before hand.

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