One of the few remaining packing houses from the agricultural era for which Orange County is named, the Anaheim Citrus Packing House is a landmark in both County and City history. Built in 1919 at the edge of downtown Anaheim and along the Southern Pacific rail line, the Packing House was a hub of commerce for the area. Local farmers arrived to unload trucks of freshly picked citrus into one side of the building; to begin the process of washing, grading and eventual packing into wooden crates. Once completed, the crated and labeled citrus would be loaded onto rail cars on the other side of the building to be shipped nationwide.
With the restoration underway, the Packing House is positioned to once again showcase and share the culinary offerings of Orange County.
For information on spaces available, pricing, etc., contact Jennifer White • 714.966.6661 x231 • email@example.com