Disneyland Park

From the charm of Main Street, USA to the whimsy of Mickey's Toontown, explore eight fantastic "lands" of nostalgia, color and delight. Let your imagination run free in a magic kingdom where life is a fairy tale and dreams really do come true.

Downtown Disney Distric

Take a short walk or monorail ride to this lively promenade that offers unique shopping and dining as well as nighttime excitement and activity. From AMC Theatres to House of Blues to ESPN Zone, the Downtown Disney District, located just outside the Theme Parks and near the hotels of the Disneyland Resort, offers something for every member of your family from morning until after midnight.

Southern California

From miles of breathtaking coastline to the glitz of Hollywood to the glamour of Beverly Hills, experience Southern California's wealth of exciting and diverse attractions.

Disneyland Adventure Park

Immerse yourself in a magical festival of shows, parades and attractions celebrating California's storied past and exciting future. From the gold rush to Hollywood's golden era to the timeless allure of the beach, discover the vast and diverse Golden State.

Special Occasions at the Disneyland Resort

From a small fun-filled birthday meal to a private event for a group of 200, take advantage of the opportunity to have your celebration at the Disneyland Resort.

Advice for families!

Stay as close to the Park as you can - it's good to be able to come out for a break without losing too much of the day. I wouldn't recommend the on-site hotels as my personal opinion is that they are outrageously expensive and simply not worth all that money. Get your park tickets in advance - most hotels sell them at reception and this will save you a lot of queueing time before you get inside the park. If you have a child/ren under about 5 - TAKE A STROLLER/BUGGY. Small children just can't last the pace and the amount of walking involved. Disneyland rent strollers by the day from a desk at the right hand side of the main entrance. They're good because they are large and sturdy even for older kids, easy to push, and in the unlikely event of a problem you just return it to the desk and get another one. They also have large storage baskets underneath the seat which are very useful. Try to get into the park as early in the day as you can. Get to the "must see" rides and do them first before the lines get too long. We've always gone at the height of the summer with our kids, and we've found that if you can go til about 2pm, then come out to your hotel, have a rest/dip in the pool and some food, then return to the park in time for the evening parades/more rides and the fireworks (which you HAVE to see!), you'll save yourself time, money and frayed tempers. Standing in long lines in the heat of the day for hours will take the fun out of your trip - go easy on yourself!

More Info

    Indiana Jones Adventure
    Walt Disney's Parade of Dreams
    Snow White - An Enchanting Musical
    Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters
    Mickey's House and Meet Mickey
    Remember...Dreams Come True
    Disney's Electrical Parade
    The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
    Block Party Bash
    Turtle Talk with Crush
    Disney's Aladdin - A Musical Spectacular
    Heimlich's Chew Chew Train
    Disney Animation