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Disneyland Park, Anaheim
(4.3/5 based on 20,000+ reviews on the web)
The "happiest place on earth," Disneyland Park consists of eight themed "lands" and a number of backstage areas. As you explore the 34 hectares (85 acres), you'll encounter roller coasters and boat rides, indoor and outdoor games, live shows, award-winning eateries, and a range of eclectic shops. If you'd rather not walk everywhere, stop at all eight lands via the narrow-gauge railroad that circumnavigates the park. As you travel through the magical worlds dreamed up by Disney, look for hidden representations of Mickey Mouse inserted subtly into the attractions' design and environmental decor. Conceived and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney, this amusement park boasts the largest cumulative attendance of any theme park in the world--having welcomed more than 650 million visitors since it opened in 1955. It also gave rise to its relative, Disney World, in Florida. To visit Disneyland Park and other attractions in Anaheim, use our Anaheim holiday planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • A wonderful place for the whole family! A bit tedious, but this is compensated by the joy in the eyes of the child! Be sure to come!
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  • They say it's the happiest place on earth. Well after paying almost $100 per day to get in there along with 100,000 other people. You wait in line for the majority of the day to get on rides. You can ...  more »
  • Without a doubt the happiest place in earth, we had the chance to be there during the christmas holiday season for disney, and the decoration among the park is beautiful, the rides we enjoy them all, ...  more »
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  • I came here as a kid and obviously loved it, but coming back as an adult I think it's WAY cooler. I can really appreciate the ridiculously high quality of the animatronics and decorations. Rides are great. Unlike other parks, they do a great jobs of helping you efficiently see as much as possible and minimize wait times by offering the fast passes. A very wide selection of delicious and unique food(not just the generic hot dogs and burgers that I've come to expect). Only downside is crowds which can be minimized by coming during the week.
  • Come on! It's Disney Land! The happiest place on earth! I go on the off days and the lines for rides are never too bad! The food is delicious, the shops are great! The night time parade is awesome! Everything about this place is great! I think if you're unhappy in Disney Land you're not going to be happy anywhere!
  • This is a truly magical place. Great place to take the family. It can sometimes be crowded but you can download apps to check how crowded it is so you can plan accordingly. Wear comfortable shoes as you will be on for lots of walking and bring a water bottle to stay hydrated. Something here for everyone! Star Wars Land is coming soon and the Main St. Electrical Parade will be making a short appearance in 2017.
  • Disneyland is and always will be timeless. It's fun for people at any age. The Christmas decorations were fantastic. The rides were classic. Can't wait for Star Wars!
  • It really is the most magical place on earth. If you can go on a off day, the lines are relatively short and quick. The cast members are always willing to help with anything you may need. Only real advice I can give is bring lots of water bottles with you because it's a bit expensive for beverages in the park