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Disneyland Park, Anaheim

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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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  • Having visited Disneyworld in Florida several times we thought we would try Disneyland whilst in California.We found the whole experience rather underwhelming ,rides closed ,rides breaking down whilst...  more »
  • This park produced a lot of good memories. I got to see me daughter and wife really happy. The characters brought a lot of my daughters dreams to life on this trip. Thank you Mickey and Minnie!  more »
  • We came from Orlando and for us Magic Kingdom is so much better...! That being said, it was nice to see where everything started.  more »
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  • Kids had fun, way too crowded for me. I enjoyed California Adventure much more. Fast Passes are the way to go, get their early and grab what you can. To cool off and rest I ended up in a tiny little room in the castle, it had great air conditioning, dark and a movie was playing. I was there with three other Older people who were napping on the bench. I don't think most people even know its there because I spend a good hour in that room and maybe two people poked there head in to see what it was. I think it was themed for Sleeping Beauty? I can't really remember. But I would suggest it if you need a break.
  • I had a great time at Disneyland and I the whole experience was magical. We got season passes and I am exited to go again. Some lines are really long and the meals aren't the best. I suggest to eat at the Golden Horse Shoe for dinner because the food tastes very good and it has good prices. The lines are always worth the wait and the rides are so much fun! Disneyland is the ideal place to go for a amusement park.
  • Always love Disneyland! Fast passes make everything go smoothly. There are plenty of economical food options if you don't bring your food. Crazy thing is the longest line we had was to get the shuttle back to our car! I lost my hat on big thunder, and they mailed it back to me. Customer service is second to none.
  • Always a magical environment. Good food pretty much anywhere you choose to eat. Disney knows how to maintain its parks, keeping them pristine condition. It is truly one of the happiest places on earth. Everywhere you go in the parks there's little details to notice, hidden mickeys to find, and all the rides are so well crafted that even the littler ones are an immense amount of fun.
  • Like a well oiled machine. From the moment they get you safely and efficiently into a parking space to the moment you exit the park after receiving a warm and genuine "thank you". They pay attention to all of the details. Truly the gold standard all amusement parks should strive to emulate. Worth every penny!