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Right in the center of Orange County, Tustin, California is a typical Southern California city with plenty of sunshine and easy access to some of the best beaches in the world. When Spanish explorers got to California in the late 1700’s they found bands of Native Americans surviving on the hunting, fishing and gathering techniques which had served them for hundreds of years. The Spanish, eager for land in the New World, established Mission San Juan Capistrano only a few miles south of what is now Tustin. It was the first permanent structure in what the Spanish would call Alta California. In 1821 the Spanish lost their claim to California as Mexico won its independence. It wasn’t long before American settlers were flooding into California after the Mexican-American War and California’s declaration of statehood in 1850. After the Civil War, Columbus Tustin, a gold miner and carriage maker who had first traveled west on the Oregon Trail, founded the city of Tustin in 1870. Unfortunately, Tustin lost his battle with William Spurgeon of Santa Ana over gaining rights to the southern destination of the Southern Pacific Railroad and Tustin remained a small town well into the 20th century. Today, the miles of orange groves which used to be ubiquitous in Orange County are now gone and Tustin is mostly a residential city which benefits from its proximity to both Los Angeles and San Diego.
A Tustin tutor will keep you ahead of the academic curve so you can enjoy the busy California lifestyle in Tustin and the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area. For those who feel a need for speed, the Marconi Automotive Museum in Tustin has an impressive collection of race cars as well as vintage, historical and classic automobiles. Established in 1994 by vitamin king Dick Marconi, the museum’s collection includes over $30 million in Lamborghinis, Ferraris, American muscle cars, NASCAR, Indy 500 and Formula One racers. The museum is also open to corporate events, social gatherings and weddings.
On the northern edge of Tustin, the Santa Ana Zoo has a wide array of exhibits featuring over 120 species of animals from all over the world. Opened in 1952 the zoo offers 20 acres of habitat for over 350 individual animals. One of the newest and most innovative attractions takes visitors to the Argentinian grasslands in Tierra de Las Pampas, an interactive experience in which guests feel as though they are part of the environment with walkways and viewing areas surrounded by native plants, grasses and waters. One of the more popular activities for children is the Zoofari Express Train Ride, a six-minute trek through the Crean Family Farm to the Amazon’s Edge where howler monkeys and black necked swans cohabit with boa constrictors and tarantulas.
In June, the city comes alive with the Street Fair and Chili Cook-Off held in Old Town Tustin. The fair features not only the world’s largest one day chili cook-off but also a salsa competition. Craft booths, non-profit and commercial vendors, music, a kid’s area and carnival attractions highlight the annual event.
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