Honda Center is home to the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks, the Big West Men’s Basketball Tournament and a variety of world-class concerts. The arena attracts top-name musical artists and family favorites like the Harlem Globetrotters year after year to capacity crowds.
Located in the heart of Orange County, Honda Center is nestled across the street from Disneyland and roughly 3 miles from Knotts Berry Farm. It lies northeast of California State Route 57 and is easily accessible by bus, rail and car. The Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center is within walking distance for fans who plan to use public transportation.
A number of improvements have been made to the Honda Center over the years, including a new 15,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor terrace on the club level that opened in 2013 and offers a high dining experience. A wine cellar sponsored by Sub-Zero was also added at the same time, offering 240 different options to the club-level members.
The Honda Center has a seating capacity of 18,336 and is equipped with a state-of-the-art digital video system that includes two full levels of ribbon displays, Cisco’s StadiumVision technology. The arena also features 84 luxurious suites, three restaurants and more than 30 food and beverage concession stands. The Honda Center is currently owned by the city of Anaheim and managed by the Anaheim Arena Management, LLC. The city is seeking to sell bonds to make additional upgrades that could help attract a National Basketball Association team looking for a new home.