History Of Garden Grove, California
Located in northern Orange County, California, the city of Garden Grove has a population of 172,781 (2007).
The city is easily accessed by what is known as the Garden Grove Freeway (State Hwy 22) which runs east and
west through the city.The motto of Garden Grove, “The City of Youth and Ambition,” accurately reflects this
culturally diverse community of over 170,000 people. This city is home to a substantial Vietnamese-American
population, forming the northern edge of Orange County’s Little Saigon, as well as large Korean-American
population.Their most famous landmark is Robert H. Schuller’s Crystal Cathedral. Known for it’s distinctive
architecture and their weekly broadcast ‘Hour of Power’, which is listened to by millions all over the
world.Garden Grove is a popular place for theater enthusiasts who have a choice of three stage theaters, the
Garden Grove Playhouse, Gem Theater and the Festival Amphitheater. Information Provided by
Orangecounty.net) Click for link
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