ORANGE COUNTY GREAT PARK
The Great Park Balloon is closed for maintenance until further notice. Plan your visit, decide on things to do and things to see by reviewing this information about the Orange County Great Park.
Learn about renowned architect William Pereira’s master plan to transform a ranch into a world-renowned university and to shape a community that became the City of Irvine. “Bold and Independent: UC Irvine’s 50th Anniversary Exhibition” will be held October 9-January 17 at the Great Park Gallery, Orange County Great Park. Free event: Hours are noon-4 [...]
The Farm + Food Lab is a unique and interactive outdoor classroom for visitors of all ages, featuring themed raised-bed gardens, fruit trees, vertical gardening, a chicken coop, a worm compost bin and solar and wind-powered lights. It is a working and dynamic organic horticulture area with a mission to educate visitors about gardening, inspire [...]
The host City of Irvine thanks all those thousands of visitors who attended the recent U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015 at the Orange County Great Park. The event was held over two long weekends in October. It is the second time the City has hosted the international event at the Great Park.
Vote moves forward a 688-acre Orange County Great Park development
IRVINE – The Irvine City Council this morning approved three motions: An adjacent landowner agreement (ALA) with Heritage Fields El Toro, LLC, represented by real estate development and management company FivePoint Communities; A general plan amendment and the first reading of a zone change; And certified an EIR. A second reading and adoption of the [...]
The popular Movies on the Lawn series begins June 5 and continues through July 18. Click here for more information for the Friday and Saturday night movies at the Orange County Great Park. Movies begin at dusk; admission is free.
The Heritage and Aviation Exhibition is located in historic Hangar 244 and features images, displays and artifacts that tell the story of the Great Park from its agricultural roots to its role in the military as a Marine Corps Air Station.