This enormous outdoor mall in Irvine is well-known for its impressive exterior architecture which was inspired by the Alhambra in Granada, Spain — as well as its seemingly endless opportunities to shop and dine.
Here, guests will find an assortment of trendy cafés and restaurants, a collection of live entertainment and events including The Improv Comedy Club, and an enormous movie theatre complex. The antique-themed Carousel and 108-foot Giant Wheel are two other attractions on-site not to be missed.
The Irvine Spectrum is a enjoyable destination for families and friends to spend a day in an open and welcoming atmosphere exploring the mall’s large waterfalls, lush landscaping, and diverse selection of shops.
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San Clemente Beach Trail
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Orange County Great Park
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Knott's Berry Farm Independence Hall
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Mission San Juan Capistrano
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