Anaheim Introduction Walking Tour, Anaheim

Anaheim Introduction Walking Tour (Self Guided), Anaheim

Among the most famous landmarks of Anaheim are churches and historical buildings. This self-guided tour will lead you through the most prominent landmarks of downtown Anaheim.
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Anaheim Introduction Walking Tour Map

Guide Name: Anaheim Introduction Walking Tour
Guide Location: USA » Anaheim (See other walking tours in Anaheim)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.7 Km or 3.5 Miles
Author: vickyc
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • St. Mary Romanian Orthodox Church
  • St. Boniface Catholic Church
  • Anaheim First Presbyterian Church
  • Bethel Baptist Church
  • Kraemer Building
  • Statue of Helena Modjeska
  • Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church
St. Mary Romanian Orthodox Church

1) St. Mary Romanian Orthodox Church

St. Mary Romanian Orthodox Church is a place where you can see many beautiful Orthodox icons and magnificent wall paintings. There are ornate crosses on the outside made from wood. It has 3 domes topped with crosses. From inside, the domes are painted with Biblical scenes.
St. Boniface Catholic Church

2) St. Boniface Catholic Church

St. Boniface Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic Church that exhibits a modern and large building. There is a big statue of Saint Boniface at the entrance wall of the building. The main building of the church as well as the adjacent tower are topped with a cross. The architecture of the church is very interesting to look at. This church was opened in 1960. Inside the church you will see magnificent religious paintings on stained glass windows.
Anaheim First Presbyterian Church

3) Anaheim First Presbyterian Church

Anaheim First Presbyterian Church is the oldest Protestant church in this region of California. The church is 140 years old. Today you can see the building of the church as it was in 1904; from that time it remained unchanged. You will see the old building with spires, the golden cross and the golden inscription on the front wall of the church. It is also the home of Anaheim Presbyterian Children's Center.
Bethel Baptist Church

4) Bethel Baptist Church

Bethel Baptist Church was established by emigrants from Germany in 1902. At that time Anaheim was a pure German colony. The construction of the church ended in 1927. The building of the church that you will see today is a large, beautiful Baptist church with a dome, bell tower and stained glass windows.
Kraemer Building

5) Kraemer Building

Kraemer Building features beautiful architecture with many decorations of high craftsmanship. It is a National Historic building now occupied by residential flats and offices. It was constructed in 1924. You will see state-of- the-art amenities in each unit of the building, which carries the name of the builder, Samuel Kraemer. This building was the first tall structure in Anaheim. Samuel Kraemer was a very wealthy man as his land possessed oil.
Statue of Helena Modjeska

6) Statue of Helena Modjeska

The Statue of Helena Modjeska, a famous Polish actress, is situated in one of the corners of Peason Park. Helena Modjeska emigrated to Anaheim in 1876. The statue is very beautiful and elegant, as was this woman. It dates back to 1935 and depicts Madame Modjeska playing the role of Mary Queen of Scots. There are some other statues near this one.
Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church

7) Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church

Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church is a very beautiful and decoratively rich Catholic Church in Anaheim. You can see religious art through icons and paintings on the walls and ceiling. The stained glass is also a real work of art. You will recognize the church by a large, dark blue dome topped with a cross. Worship follows the Byzantine Catholic tradition. There is a gift shop.