Disneyland, Anaheim, California
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1313 S Disneyland Dr, Anaheim, CA 92802-2303
  • One of the best things in the park I could recommend is the restaurant located at Tomorrowland Terrace
  • My favourite choice is the dish that includes bacon, scrambled eggs, small seasoned potatoes and a muffin
  • Indianna Jones is a ride you must experience
  • The Fast Pass system allows you to receive a Fast Pass ticket for your desired attraction, then gives you a time to come back where you will be given priority access to the ride to avoid the long line
  • Disneyland also offers amazing nightly entertainment with parades featuring popular Disney characters, fireworks displays and Fantasmic

    • by Kobie
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      I was 5 years old when I first visited the Disneyland theme park in Anaheim, California. I’m now 22 years old and still very much enjoy visiting the park when I’m in Anaheim. Most of the times I have visited Disneyland have been during the summer months, which is also the peak season for visitors and tourists. Ticket prices have risen slightly this year making it $92 for an adult day pass and $87 for a kids day pass. While this may seem expensive, I find that for all the entertainment the park offers, it’s very much worth the entry price. Even with so many people entering the park on a daily basis, entrance lines seem to move quite quickly and efficiently. I always arrive early in the morning which is helpful in avoiding some long lines for rides and attractions. By midday, lines start to get long and there’s a clear increase in foot traffic. One of the best things in the park I could recommend is the restaurant located at Tomorrowland Terrace. It has a variety of meals to choose from and

      I eat breakfast here every morning that I visit the park. My favourite choice is the dish that includes bacon, scrambled eggs, small seasoned potatoes and a muffin. It’s great value and tastes amazing.

      Disneyland is divided into 8 different “lands” called Mainstreet U.S.A., Adventureland, New Orleans Square, Frontierland, Critter Country, Mickey’s Toon Town, Fantasyland and Tomorrowland. Each one has it’s own theme, characters and attractions. As you enter the gates, the first land you encounter is Main Street U.S.A. Main Street is filled with many old style buildings, shops, horse drawn carriages and leads you into the main area of the park. After walking down Main Street, you get your first glimpse of the impressive Sleeping Beauty Castle which stands at the centre of the park. Adventureland makes guests feel as though they are in an adventurous jungle type environment, with rides such as Jungle Cruise, Indianna Jones Adventure and Tarzan’s Treehouse. Indianna Jones is a ride you must experience. It is one of the most popular rides in the park though, so be sure to get on early in the day

      or with a Fast Pass. Like Adventureland, Frontierland also conveys an adventurous vibe.

      Frontierland is also the home of my favourite Disneyland ride Big Thunder Mountain, a fast paced train ride around a mountain setting. Located behind the Sleeping Beauty Castle, Fantasyland is a land the whole family can enjoy. Aimed at the youngsters, Fantasyland provides slower, more tame attractions featuring Alice In Wonderland, Peter Pan, Dumbo and a Carrousel. You’re also bound to bump into some Disney characters along the way who encourage visitors to meet them and participate in photo ops. Around the corner is my childhood favourite It’s A Small World, and Matterhorn Mountain. Based around the idea of future living and exploration, Tomorrowland features rides like Space Mountain, Finding Nemo Submarines, the Disneyland monorail and the fun point scoring shooting ride Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters. This is a great ride for the whole family, and it always manages to bring out my inner competitive streak. Like Fantasyland, Mickey’s Toon Town is another land people of all ages can appreciate. Toon Town is inspired by Disney cartoons, and is a place ...


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      where you can visit Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse in their own houses. Critter Country (originally known as Bear Country) features attractions such as Splash Mountain and The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh. On a hot day, Splash Mountain is the place to be! The final land is New Orleans Square. New Orleans Square is home to The Haunted Mansion and Pirates Of The Caribbean. Both of these rides are an essential part of every Disneyland visit. Lines for these two attractions move quickly too, so you’ll never be waiting long to get on.

      When lines do reach an unbearable wait time, you can use Disneyland’s free Fast Pass system. The Fast Pass system allows you to receive a Fast Pass ticket for your desired attraction, then gives you a time to come back where you will be given priority access to the ride to avoid the long line. It’s a helpful feature of the park and I suggest using the Fast Passes as often as you can, especially for the more popular rides like Indianna Jones, Splash Mountain and Space Mountain.

      Disneyland also offers amazing nightly entertainment with parades featuring popular Disney characters, fireworks displays and “Fantasmic!” “Fantasmic!” is a magnificent multimedia production displayed each night on the lake in New Orleans Square. It’s worth checking out, but be warned, it gets super crowded in that area so you may want to save yourself a spot early before the show starts.

      Before you leave the park, if you’re looking to buy Disney merchandise, Disneyland’s got you covered. Shops are filled with every Disney product you can imagine, from endless selections of hats, to Mickey Mouse cooking utensils, candy, toys and clothing. There’s great souvenirs and many items that would be suitable gifts for friends and family of all ages.

      There’s something for everyone at Disneyland. If you haven’t yet been to Disneyland, I’d recommend spending at least a couple of days at the park as it’s difficult to experience everything they have to offer in just one day. For the more experienced Disney adventurer, you will probably be able to make your way through the entire park in a day or less.




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