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Disneyland Park, Anaheim

Categories: Disney Parks & Activities, Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 19,000+ 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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  • We decided to go for the night visit to Disneyland as The Halloween special openings were on. The park is really nice and the decoration and organisation was first class. We had a great night and was ...  read more »
  • Most disappointed that our two little ones were so badly served at Disneyland. Waiting in line for 45 mins for the Dumbo ride not fun, and over in a flash. Waits for the toilet and to eat in a restuar...  read more »
  • We arrived on 14/10 had Halloween party so we took before the Park, the haunted mansion had a malfunction and after 35' on the line told us that were not going to be able to enter. Splash mountain and all what is critter island was closed. In Pirates of the Caribbean had us 20' above the boat because there were other technical malfunction. Buy the tickets x internet and when mark the 14 not me warned that the Park closed before by that party of Halloween but would have chosen another day. Only Saturdays and Sundays do Fireworks.
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  • Disneyland is everything they make it out to be. The rides, the scenery, the atmosphere. The amount of people here everyday is mind blowing. The fast pass helped save us a lot of time waiting for rides, which is highly recommended if you're impatient (like I am). Expect to pay a pretty penny for food though because every food establishment is expensive. The floats and the firework show alone is worth admission, they put so much work into both shows and it pays off. Don't just spend one day here, it won't be enough.
  • Done one day of my three day pass and have to say very happy. The cast members, everyone i have encountered, are amazing and kind. The park is amazingly over the top. I went to 6 flags discovery kindom about a month ago and compared to that its amazing. At six flags people were rude no shade impossible to get food or a drink, not the case at Disney. You can really feel the "magic" here everyone has a smile on. The cast was so good that while walking outside the park on the main road, they weren't even at work yet, cast members would smile and engage with you.
  • Summer is crazy busy, especially with wheelchairs and strollers. Arrive early and get fast passes for the biggest rides every two hours. Don't ride in groups it slows you down, go in the single rider line if available. The corn dogs people rave about, there's more breading than dog, which is why it's so unique and good.
  • Definitely an amazing and magical place, such a great, great experience! Everything is so clean and so well done, with care put into every little detailed facet of the park. For sure an awesome experience in every way, but unfortunately it is very, very, highly priced. Everything in the park is definitely way over-priced, and the food is slightly less-than-good so to save money I would suggest eating outside of the park.
  • As a kid I absolutely loved this place. I was afraid going back as an adult would be a reality check and turn out to be a wash but I couldn't have been more wrong. I was very impressed with the thought they put into crowd control and making sure everything is run smoothly and efficiently. It's like watching an orchestrated play from the moment you park all the way until the firework & parade at night. WOW. Young or old, if you haven't been here then stop reading this now and go.
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