While there are small museums located on the premises, the main attraction is the vast array of flora and fauna that is a cultural treasure in and of itself. Located on the California State University Fullerton’s
campus, three main plant habitats of Woodlands, Mediterranean, and Desert combine to create a vast garden of lush wildlife sure to provide relief to those tired of the concrete and browned plants indicative of city living. With such an array of habitats, the arboretum
is a natural attraction for wildlife, particularly birds, making this a nature lover’s paradise. And if you’re still looking for a museum building to visit, there is a small one located on-site with rotating exhibits related to nature as well as a heritage house that displays information related to medical practices and life in Orange County during the late 1800s, as it belonged to Dr George Crook Clark back in 1894.