Anaheim City, which covers a vast fifty square miles of California state, is considered amongst the nation's premier municipalities. It is home to about 50,000 residents, that makes it the 10th most-inhabited city within California and the 54th most populated within the US. Many think that by the year 2014, the city of Anaheim will reach 400,000 because of the Anaheim Hill's development as well as the expansion and growth of the Platinum Triangle.
There are numerous tourist attractions within Anaheim City, such as Knott's Berry Farm (which was the first Theme Park in America), Disneyland Resort, The Shops at Anaheim GardenWalk, South Coast Plaza, Fashion Island (which is a Mediterranean style village with more than 200 shops and restaurants), Mission San Juan Capistrano, The Block at Orange, Crystal Cathedral, Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace, The Beach, Discovery Science Center, and Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
Tourists who are into arts and culture can visit Orange County Performing Arts Centre, Old Town Orange and the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art. Downtown Anaheim artwork is also a major tourist attraction within Anaheim City. It features Art in Public Places, that is developed so as to integrate the human element into the physical environment of landscaping, building s and streets and remember some of this history. Some of the most popular works include the Anaheim "A" benches by Buster Simpson, the "Sinking canoe" by Nobi Nagasawa and "Hammer Clock" by Daniel Martinez.
In Orange County, there are lots of sports and recreational activities. Whale watchers and deep sea fishers can check out Balboa/Newport Beach Whale Watching & Deep Sea Fishing-Newport Landing, Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching, and Capt. Dave's Dolphin & Whale Safari. Adventure enthusiasts can likewise take California Dreamin's Biplane or Balloon Adventure.
Tourism is the city's most significant trade. The biggest company is the Walt Disney Company. Other key companies are: CKE Restaurants, Banco Popular, Geberal Dynamics, Northgate Gonzalez, Universal Alloy Corp, Fremont Reorganizing Corporation, Cristek Interconnects, Tenet Healthcare, Nippon Software, Kaiser Foundation, AT&T, Pacific Sunwear, Crest Digital, Lasco, and Lantis.