Magical Birthday Party Shows Are Available

In need of an Awesomely Amazing place to throw a Magical Birthday Party, come to Kip Barry’s Cabaret, where we will treat you as family, and make your special day Magically Fun and Awesome. So, again, if you are in need of a place to plan a Birthday Party, plan it here at Kip Barry’s Cabaret, Where Magic Happens!

Vaudeville in Anaheim

Starting with Magic and Variety Shows, Staring Kip Barry and his cast of Wonderful Guest Performers every Thurs-Sun!  We’ve brought Vaudeville to Anaheim in a Modern State of The Art Way!

 But, “what is Vaudeville?” you might ask. Well, let us give you a small history lesson as to why it was such a big part of American culture.

If you look at the definition of Vaudeville it is “theatrical entertainment consisting of a number of individual performances, acts, or mixed numbers, as by comedians, singers,dancers, acrobats, and magicians.”


Vaudeville basically started the boom of entertainment becoming a big business. In the early 1880’s, a former ringmaster, Tony Pastor, made Vaudeville more appealing to audiences of all genders and ages. Before that it was more risque and usually catered towards male audiences.

Pastor also didn’t allow liquor to be sold during shows, as well as any other inappropriate acts to be performed. Then came along Benjamin Franklin Keith and his partner Edward Franklin Albee. They created such an appealing show for everyone, that even The Catholic Church in Boston helped fund to create more theaters!

Unfortunately when television and radio became more popular, the Vaudeville theatres dwindles and eventually, disappeared.

But, we here at Kip Barry’s Cabaret would like to give that experience to the world again!

Kip Barry’s Cabaret a must see attraction to add to your list

Never been to Kip Barry’s Cabaret? If you’re planning a trip to California, it’s well worth checking out this magical and intimate theater.

With weekly shows (at least 4 a week), it’s easy to add Kip Barry’s Cabaret to your list of must see attractions.

The Show at The Cabaret features rotating talent including magicians, musicians, singers, jugglers, and more!

All shows (except the new 9:30 PM Late Show) are fun for the entire family. Not only do you get to watch an amazing show, but you also get a chance to learn some magic (if you so desire) at the magic and gag gift shop!

The performers from the stage often stick around after the show to meet and greet the audience as well.

Kip Barry’s Cabaret is an exciting and surprisingly affordable destination you’re sure to tell your family and friends about!

Kip Barry’s Cabaret

The New Vaudeville @ The Anaheim Garden Walk

Yelp’s Favorite Show!

“Stop what you’re doing! If it’s the weekend, buy a ticket now and go see this show. If it’s the middle of the week…reserve your seats and pick up grandma and the kids.”

“The staff was amazing, friendly and attentive. Kip has an amazing voice, and I can tell he really enjoys what he does.”

“Kip is a real pro, a true showman and his guest star was phenomenal too.”

· Bring the whole family to have a magical time at Kip Barry’s Cabaret! Located on the second floor of the beautiful Anaheim Garden Walk!

· Show times are every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday @ 7:30 PM, and Sundays @ 2:00 PM!

· Free popcorn and an intimate setting where every seat seems like the front row!

Best Birthday Party Place in Anaheim

Make your child’s next birthday party memorable by letting us host the party for you! 

Are you looking for a place to host your next birthday party?

Look no further!  Kip Barry’s Cabaret is the best birthday party place in Anaheim!

The birthday guest of honor gets a free $20 magic gift and back stage passes for the birthday group with pictures and autographs!


Why choose Kip Barry’s Cabaret as you Birthday Party Place

Fun:  Let everyone at your kid’s birthday party experience the Magic of our Cabaret and Variety Show.

Easy: Planning your birthday party is as easy as a phone call.

Free: We do not charge you anything to celebrate your birthday party at our place but a minimum purchase of 10 tickets for our show is required.

Private: Get your own dedicated Magic and Variety Show and birthday party room.

Customizable: Pick just what’s right for you! For additional fees you may also include:

  • hand painted balloons
  • face painting
  • magic lessons
  • individual cakes
  • dinner
  • personalized gifts and party favors



Call (714) 206-1390 to book you birthday party today!

Disneyland 101, Tips and Tricks to get the most out of it.

here are some tips and tricks to help you survive Disneyland and enjoy “the happiest place on earth“.


Arrive early. Lines are shortest in the morning because, let’s face it, who wants to wake up that early? You do.

Avoid Trolley from Parking Lot – Walk

If you can stay awake for a few extra hours, the late showings of Fantasmic and World of Color are significantly less crowded.

Bring Water Bottles, Snacks in Backpack

The classic, kid-friendly Fantasyland attractions like Peter Pan can become insanely crowded in the afternoon. You’ll find the shortest waits first thing in the morning; alternatively, going during a daytime parade offers a slight relief from the crowd crunch.



Download “My Disney Experience App”, everything about your vacation in one app: park tickets, dinner reservations, PhotoPass, hotel reservations, Fastpass+ and much of the resort’s maps and information.

Just about everything is less crowded during the Disneyland fireworks (except for Fantasyland and Toon Town attractions, which close during the show).

Downtown Disney Parking: 5 Hrs Free Validated

If you’re tall or not too concerned about finding the perfect spot, don’t waste more than twenty minutes or so lining up for fireworks or a parade.

Eat In Downtown Disney: Way Better Food



The attractions around New Orleans Square and Frontierland are least crowded during Fantasmic—but get in line right as the show ends and you’re in for a world of pain.

The rides don’t close at park closing, rather the entrance to the line does. So at one minute before closing, hop on that last ride.

Kid’s Rides After 9 PM: Less Crowded

That said, everyone flocks to Space Mountain at the very end of the night.

Phone Charging Stations: Main Street/Buena Vista

The shops on Main Street and Buena Vista Street stay open for an hour after closing, so save that ice cream cone and souvenir shopping until after hours. Or stop at World of Disney in Downtown Disney to find everything in one spot.

Watch Fireworks From Innoventions Hall



If you’re looking to travel to and from the Downtown Disney area, the monorail is a fun shortcut that typically doesn’t have a huge wait. Plus, the nearby lots offer three hours of free parking; you’ll save money this way if your visit is under six hours, but stay longer and you’ll pay considerably more than the garage.

As you leave attractions with an on-ride photo, don’t forget to snap your own shot of the screen.

Pack an extra pair of socks if you plan on riding Splash Mountain or Grizzly River Run.

FastPass, Disney’s free ride time reservation system, is your best bet at avoiding lines. These passes (available at some of the parks’ most popular attractions) are stamped with a specific return time that’ll allow you to hop on a separate, express line. You’ll have to board the ride within the hour window printed on the ticket, and, generally, you can only hold one FastPass at a time.


Kip Barry’s Cabaret: The Second happiest place on earth!

When your Disneyland visit is over, don’t let the magic disappear, join us for a great show; Kip Barry’s Cabaret is the best way to end your trip!

Kip Barry’s Cabaret hosts the Southern California’s Best Variety Show, featuring Music, Magic and Comedy in a unique Vaudeville style 1 hour show.

Buffet dinner available on show nights and on Sunday Brunch.

Dinner starts at 6:45 PM, pre-show starts at 7 PM and Main Show at 7:30 PM.

Buy Adult Ticket Buy Child Ticket

5 Fun Things To Do Around Anaheim Besides Disneyland

Returning for another business trip or vacation? Here’s a few suggestions of what to do besides Disneyland that’s worth checking out.


Knott’s Berry Farm

With dozens of rides, shows and attractions in five themed areas, fun is always in season at Knott’s Berry Farm.

Open in 1920, it consists of 160 acres of fun. Featuring more than 40 rides that includes a water park and even a merry go round. There is everything from family rides to thrilling roller coasters.

Everyday from 10:00 a.m.

8039 Beach Blvd,
Buena Park, CA 90620

Online: $41.00 / Gate: $75.00


Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 220-5200

Discovery Cube

A fun and educational range of science based activities, exhibits, and interactive programs. This place is a blast.

Discovery Cube features a diverse line-up of engaging exhibits all year long.

From permanent exhibit areas such as Science of Hockey, Eco Challenge, Dino Quest and the Boeing Rocket Lab to traveling exhibits, there is always something new to discover at the Cube.

Everyday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm

2500 N Main St,
Santa Ana, CA 92705

$17.95 for adults, kids $12.95, under 2 free

Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 542-2823

Marconi Auto Museum

A collection of high performance street cars and race cars, among which are Lamborghini’s, Ferrari’s, American muscle cars, some of which are one of a kind.

The open wheel car collection features cars driven by Marconi himself, his son John, and wife Bo. Additionally, there are many famous cars driven by famous drivers.

Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 pm

1302 Industrial Dr
Tustin, CA 92780

A $5 donation is requested to help children’s charities

Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 258-3001

Kip Barry’s Cabaret

Kip Barry’s Cabaret hosts the Southern California’s Best Variety Show, featuring Music, Magic and Comedy in a unique Vaudeville style show.

Starring the Talented One Man Show Kip Barry and the Best Guest Performers from all over the Country.

Buffet dinner available on show nights and on Sunday Brunch.

We also have Free magic demonstrations for our guests, a magic and novelty  department and a charming cafe, we are open everyday!


Every  Thursday, Friday and Saturday Night at 7:30 PM or Sunday at 2:30 PM

$17.95 Adults, $15.95 Kids under 12

Hours of Operation:
Open Everyday: 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM

400 Disney Way Suite 166
Anaheim, CA 92802

Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 206-1390

Ralph B. Clark Regional Park

With 104 acres, it’s a great place for families or just to unwind with its large shaded picnic areas, hiking and biking trails, and children’s playground areas.

Team sports enthusiasts can enjoy spacious play areas including two sand volleyball courts, three softball fields and a baseball diamond. Children of all ages can enjoy fishing in the stocked three acre lake. Four tennis courts are located within the park and an amphitheater which overlooks the lake, is ideal for outdoor plays and recreation programs.

The Interpretive Center, which opened in September of 1988, contains a paleontology museum that provides an educational view of prehistoric Orange County through exhibits, programs and guided tours. Also the opportunity is provided to watch scientists and volunteers excavate and prepare fossil specimens for study and educational exhibits.

Park Amenities
  • Amphitheater
  • Barbeques
  • Baseball Fields
  • Dogs Permitted: on a 6′ leash at all times.
  • Family Picnic Area
  • Fishing
  • Hiking Trails
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Interpretive Center
  • Interpretive Programs
  • Model Sail Boating
  • Playground/Tot Lot
  • Restrooms
  • Shelters
  • Tables
  • Tennis Courts
  • Volleyball Courts

Park Hours: Fall – Winter Hours, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Park Hours: Spring – Summer Hours, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

8800 Rosecrans Ave.
Buena Park, CA 90621


$3 Monday thru Friday and $5 on weekends.

Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 973-3170

10 Free Things To Do In Anaheim

Yorba Regional Park

Playgrounds, biking, picnic area, fishing, rentals

Yorba Park has been developed to provide an abundance of family and group picnicking facilities. More than 400 picnic tables are situated in the park, many with permanent shade structures. A series of four lakes with connecting streams offer a pleasing aquatic environment and provide opportunities for fishing and model boat sailing. Bicycle trails meander through the park, and connect to the nationally recognized Santa Ana River Trail, leading some 20 miles to the Pacific Ocean.

Playgrounds and restrooms can be found throughout the park. The park also offers seven group shelters (available by reservation), volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, two ball diamonds, a physical fitness course, and some 200 barbecues.

Park Amenities: Barbeques/Fire Rings, Baseball Fields, Bicycling/Bike Trails, Bike Rental, Dogs Permitted, Family Picnic Area, Fishing, Fitness/Par Course, Food Concession, Horseshoe Pits, Interpretive Programs, Model Sail Boating, Paddleboat Rental, Playground/Tot Lot, Restrooms, Shelters, Tables, Volleyball Courts

Hours of Operation:
Open Everyday: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Yorba Regional Park
7600 E. La Palma
Anaheim, CA 92807


$5.00, provided on location. $3 on weekdays; $5 on weekends; $7 to $10 on major holidays.

Event Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 973-6615



Oak Canyon Nature Center

Hiking, interpretive center

OAK CANYON NATURE CENTER is a 58-acre natural park nestled in the Anaheim Hills. A year-round stream meanders through the park. Consisting of three adjoining canyons, four miles of hiking trails traverse one of the few remaining areas of oak woodland and coastal sage scrub in our region. Native wildlife makes the canyon their home and is just waiting to be discovered. Also located on site is the John J. Collier Interpretive Center, a small museum with live animal and regional natural history exhibits.

The Nature Center is the perfect place for you to learn about the wonders of the natural world in a tranquil setting. The trails are ideal for those who are just stepping into the wilderness for the first time or for those more experienced trekkers who are seeking a short hike.


MAIN ROAD bisects the center of the canyon, offering hikers an open view. The road is level and accessible to both strollers and wheelchairs.
Distance: 0.7 mi. Walk Time: 28 min.

STREAM TRAIL meanders along the banks of the stream in dense oak woodland. The trail is mostly level and has plenty of shade.
Distance: 0.3 mi. Walk Time: 12 min.

HERITAGE TRAIL is a paved self-guided trail, which identifies many of the native plants.
Distance: 0.2 mi. Walk Time: 8 min.

TRANQUILITY TRAIL rises from the canyon bottom to the coastal sage scrub and oak woodland communities on the western hillsides of the park. The trail is hilly with intermittent shade.
Distance: 0.3 mi. Walk Time: 15 min.

WREN WAY links the Tranquility Trail with Bluebird Lane. The trail follows the contour of the hillside along the southwestern corner of the canyon and receives full sun. It has a moderate grade in some areas.
Distance: 0.2 mi. Walk Time: 10 min.

BLUEBIRD LANE & LOOP follow the south rim through the dense oak woodland. The trail is mostly flat with partial shade, making it a pleasant hike for those who enjoy a longer excursion.
Lane Distance: 0.3 mi. Loop Distance: 0.6 mi. Walk Time: 15-30 min.

QUAIL TRAIL links Roadrunner Ridge with Stream Trail. The short path takes the visitor from the coastal sage scrub community down to the dense oak woodland along the stream.
Distance: 0.1 mi. Walk Time: 5-8 min.

ROADRUNNER RIDGE follows the northern boundary of Oak Canyon in a coastal sage scrub habitat. The trail begins at the top of Heritage Trail and climbs along the northern canyon. The path is challenging and receives full sun.

Heritage Trail link
Distance: 0.4 mi. Walk Time: 18 min.

Back Canyon link
Distance: 0.3 mi. Walk Time: 14 min.

Hours of Operation:
Open Everyday: 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Closed On:
New Years Day
Martin Luther King Day
President’s Day

Oak Canyon Nature Center
6700 E. Walnut Canyon Road
Anaheim, CA 92807


Free, provided on location.

Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 998-8380




Museum and cultural arts center

The MUZEO, Southern California’s newest museum, a center for arts, knowledge, entertainment and culture, will engage people of all ages via the showcase of prestigious and world-class traveling exhibits. A new model for urban cultural centers the MUZEO will feature a unique variety of changing exhibitions, special events, lectures, classes and weekend festivals.

The 25,000 square foot MUZEO complex encompasses Anaheim’s original Carnegie Library (built in 1908) and a new state-of-the art gallery space which has been seamlessly integrated into an urban setting, intimately surrounded by two connecting courtyards, apartment loft living and street-level retail outlets.

Hours of Operation:
Open from Tuesday to: Sunday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Closed On:

241 S. Anaheim Blvd
Anaheim, CA 92805

Free for Carnegie Gallery Exhibitions. Admission fee vary with each exhibit.

Free, provided off-site. Free with validation, structure on the corner of Center Street Promenade & South Lemon Street.

Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 956-8936



LEGO®Store Monthly Mini Model Build!

Build a cool mini model and take it home

On the first Tuesday of every month you can learn how to build a cool mini model, and take it home – for free!

Quantities are limited and offer is good while supplies last only. A new model will be available every month and will be specially themed to that month. Models are not for sale and cannot be purchased.
One registration with a maximum of 4 children per household. One free set per child.

Due to safety restrictions, this event is open to children ages 6-14 only.

Hours of Operation (Reservation required):
First Tuesday of every month
First Wednesday of every month

Lego Store – Anaheim
1585 South Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, CA 92802

Free, provided on location. Parking is free for the first 3 hour in the Downtown Disney District parking lot (2 additional free hours with validation).

Event Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 991-6512

Kids Workshops at Home Depot Anaheim

Fun and education hands-on projects

On the first Saturday of each month you can attend this free kids workshops . Children can work on fun and educational projects while spending quality time with the whole family. All kids get to keep their craft and receive a free Kids Workshop apron, commemorative pin and certificate of achievement.
Kids Workshop activities are scheduled on a first come/first served basis.

This event is open to children ages 5-12 only.

First Saturday of every month : 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM


The Home Depot-Anaheim
800 N. Brookhurst St.
Anaheim, CA 92801

Free, provided on location.

Event Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 533-9930


Kip Barry’s Cabaret

a Magic Theater in Anaheim

A block away from Downtown Disney District lies this hidden gem, right in heart of Anaheim.

Everyday our magicians will entertain you with a free magic performance and products demonstrations.
Come and see your personal free magic show today!

And if you like it, be sure not to miss Southern California’s #1
Variety and Magic Show, every  Thursday, Friday and Saturday Night at 7:30 PM!


Hours of Operation:
Open Everyday: 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM

400 Disney Way Suite 166
Anaheim, CA 92802

Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 206-1390


Kids Bowl free

2 free games a day, all summer long

Part of the program by bowling centers around the country to give back to the community and provide a safe, secure, and fun way for kids to spend time on summer.
Registered kids can get two bowling games daily.

Ages 15 and under.

From June to September.

FREE. Shoes rental rates apply.

Concourse Entertainment Center
3364 E LA Palma Ave
Anaheim, CA, 92806

Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 666-2695


Pearson Park

Fun and education hands-on projects

Offers a playground for kids, ponds, ducks, tennis courts, and swimming pools. Tennis courts are popular weekdays at 6 pm hour. You can see fireworks from Disneyland. Bathrooms are the only downside.

The YMCA offers free public swimming on select days: June 24 to August 12 and June 25 to August 13 (Fridays 12-2 pm and Saturdays 1-5pm)

Cactus Gardens
Children’s Play Area
Group Picnic Shelter
Lighted Softball Fields
Lighted Tennis Courts
Open Play Area
Stadium Grandstand
Swimming Pool


400 North Harbour Boulevard
Anaheim, CA, 92805

Contact Info:
Phone: (714) 765-5155


Fullerton Arboretum

Gain knowledge and appreciation of the plant world

Established in 1979, the Fullerton Arboretum has served the community as a premier resource for ecological, horticultural and historical education.The Fullerton Arboretum is the largest botanical garden in Orange County. Encompassing 26 lush acres, The Fullerton Arboretum has assembled a permanent collection of over 4,000 unique and unusual plant species from around the world. With its ponds, streams and wildlife, the Fullerton Arboretum offers a tranquil retreat from a fast-paced urban life.

26 acres
4000 plants and trees
1894 Victorian “Heritage House”
Visitors Center
OC Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum
The Potting Shed
Nature Center
Children’s Garden
volunteer opportunities
educational classes

Hours of Operation:
Open Everyday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

FREE with $5 suggested donation.

1900 Associated Rd.
Fullerton, CA 92831

Contact Info:
Phone: (657) 278-3407



Huntington Beach

the largest beach in Southern California

The closest beach to Anaheim and the Disneyland® Resort with ten miles of golden sand beaches (the largest beach in Southern California), Huntington Beach is Surf City USA®!

Huntington Beach promotes the premier overnight beach destination in Southern California.


301 Main Street, Suite 212
Huntington Beach, CA 92648

Contact Info:
Phone: (800) 729-6232


Anaheim GardenWalk

is an outdoor dining, entertainment and shopping destination situated in the heart of the Anaheim Resort District just steps from the Disneyland® Resort and Anaheim Convention Center, and a short drive from Honda Center and Angel Stadium.

Following the successful

Art on the Walk 2016 kickoff event, Anaheim GardenWalk, will continue to showcase the work of Southern California’s most talented artists throughout the property for the whole 2017.

Currently on view

are works of art by Artists Republic Gallery, students and teachers from Fairmont Private Schools, Chapman University and the Anaheim Elementary School District, the Anaheim Family YMCA in collaboration with ‘Stamp Pop’, Anaheim Art Association, Downtown Anaheim Association, Evan Rossell, S. Preston, Ben Brough, Brian Bent and many more!

Of special note is a collection featuring the works of Nicolay Paskevich, the famous Russian painter.

While contemplating

these works of art you might want to take advantage of the many restaurants or entertainment facilities located inside the GardenWalk mall

  • Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
  • California Pizza Kitchen
  • Cheesecake Factory
  • FiRE + iCE Grill + Bar
  • Grasslands Meat Market
  • Johnny Rockets
  • McCormick & Schmick’s Grille
  • McFadden’s Restaurant and Saloon
  • P.F. Chang’s
  • Roy’s Restaurant
  • Sockerbit Sweet & Swedish
  • 24 Hour Fitness
  • Billy Beez
  • Bowlmor Lanes
  • Heat Ultra Lounge
  • House of Blues Anaheim
  • Kip Barry’s Cabaret
  • Mission Escape Games
  • Rumba Room Live

Be sure not to miss

the most peculiar and fun place of the whole Gardenwalk Mall,
a magic place full of wonderment and laughters,
where the extraordinary is ordinary.

Whenever is for a brief visit out of curiosity or for our Southern California’s #1 Variety and Magic Show, Kip Barry’s Cabaret is the place that can turn your regular day into a Great Day!

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