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Getting to CSUF

By Plane - Fullerton is in the vicinity of four major airports:
John Wayne Airport (Santa Ana) - Website - 18 miles South of CSUF
Los Angeles International Airport - Website - 38 miles West of CSUF
Ontario International Airport - Website - 29 miles Northeast of CSUF
Long Beach Airport - Website - 23 miles Southwest of CSUF

By Car - CSUF is located at 800 N. State College Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92831. One day parking permits can be purchased for $5.00. Permit machines are labeled on the CSUF map. Most convenient TSU parking is available in the State College or Nutwood parking structures.

By Train - Amtrak has a station in Fullerton. From Amtrak, walk to the Fullerton Transportation Center Dock 4, stop #1963. Take OCTA Bus route 026 East and exit at Commonwealth-State College, stop #1728, and wait for transfer. Take Route 057 North and exit at State College-Campus, stop #1933. CSUF is across the street. 

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In Fullerton
Fullerton Arboretum - The Fullerton Arboretum is located within CSUF and is 26 acres of diverse gardens. The Arboretum is open seven days a week from 8 am to 4:45 pm.
Downtown Fullerton - Downtown Fullerton is home to several restaurants, specialty shops, historic buildings, and the Fullerton Museum Center.

In Orange County
Disneyland Resort - Located in Anaheim, the Disneyland Resort features two theme parks, the original Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure, as well as the Downtown Disney shopping district.
Bowers Museum - Bowers Museum is located in Santa Ana and is partnered with the British Museum. Permanent exhibits include ancient Chinese art, tribal aesthetics, Californian history and archaeology, and pre-Columbian Central and South American art. Bowers has also featured Egyptian artifacts from the British Museum, Ansel Adams photography, and pieces of the terracotta army from China.
Orange County Beaches - Orange County has a wide selection of beaches appropriate for swimming and surfing.

In Los Angeles
Griffith Park - Griffith Park is home to the L.A. Zoo, the Griffith Observatory, and the Museum of the American West, as well as numerous outdoor activities.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the La Brea Tar Pits - LACMA's permanent exhibit includes photography, modern art, African art, and ancient Asian, American, Greek, Roman, Islamic and Egyptian art. The La Brea Tar Pits are located next door and feature fossils and a museum dedicated to the Ice Age.
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County - The Natural History Musem calls itself one of the most extensive and valuable collections of nature and culture in the world. Its permanent exhibits include dinosaur fossils, African and North American mammals, gems and minerals, and prehistoric Latin American artifacts.

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