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Liberty Skateboard Park

Westminster's first skateboard park was designed to be an "entry level" park to meet the needs of the beginner. A great opportunity to pursue skateboarding in a safe environment. Open daily from 8AM to Dusk. Free of charge, and helmet, knee pads, and elbow pads are required.

Liberty Park
13900 Monroe Street

Little Saigon

Clothes, food and services cater to the needs of a unique audience with money to spend.

Pictured is Asian Gardens Mall and Cultural Court.

9225 Bolsa Ave
Westminster, California
Phone: 714-891-2212

Westminster Mall

The Westminster Mall is a modern shopping center whose unique symmetrical exterior is only surpassed by its beautiful interior. Its anchors, JCPenney, Macys and Target, rank in the top percent of their companies' regional stores.

Located on the corner of Goldenwest Street and Bolsa Avenue

Westminster Community Theatre

The theater was founded in 1961 as the Westminster Players with the presentation of Applause. The building was constructed in 1974 and the first show presented on May 31, 1974, was Don't Drink the Water. The building seats 122 persons and is presented in a Thrust Stage format.

7272 Maple Street
(714) 893-8626

Blakey Historical Park and Museum

Anyone interested in the everyday life of Westminster residents in the 19th and early 20th century need look no further than the Blakey Historical Park and Museum. Exhibits include the McCoy-Hare House, which served as the community's first drugstore, built in 1874. The fully restored and furnished 1915 Warne farmhouse with its barn and windmill is another major attraction. The park is operated by the Westminster Historical Society. Special arrangements for guided tours are available.

8612 Westminster Blvd
(714) 891-2597

Vietnam War Memorial

The Vietnam War Memorial Project was initiated by Westminster City Councilman Frank G. Fry in 1997. A committee was formed to select a sculptor/designer. Tuan Nguyen, a renowned sculptor/designer was unanimously chosen to sculpt the statue and design the immediate surroundings.

Sid Goldstein Freedom Park
14180 All American Way

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