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- 98%Family Travelers
- 54%Luxury Travelers
- 54%Local Culture
- 54%Adventure Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (386)
- DisneylandMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Jan 20, 2014
Disneyland is located in Anaheim, California. It opened in 1955 July 17. Own by Walt Disney Company. The idea of Disneyland was came from Walt Disney when he took his daughters to merry-go-round in Griffith Park. He saw a vision when is possible for both Adult and Children could have seat together in a ride. Since then, a lot more rides have been create to keep with the popular demand included recent acquire of Star Wars franchise.
Admission for 1 day pass are
$87 for age 9 and
$81 for age 3 to 9
+ All you memorial Disney classic are here except Pixar.
+ Spectacular nightly firework at weekends and some weekdays.
+ Monorail is fast and efficient to get to Point "A" to Point "B"
+ Great parade chance to see a lot of your favorite Disney character.
+ Lots of amazing rides that stay an gave six flag and Knott's Berry Farm a run for the money.
+ Have the best food for a theme-park (Churros Cart to Upscale, they got it all l)
+ Star Wars Ride (not much explanation needed)
+ Great staff, just about all of them are college student or above, friendly personality
+ Unlike most park, there is no way you can visit everything in the park within a day evens if you buy the front line pass.
+ Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln is breathtaking for the first time.
- Admission keep going up almost every year (last year dramatic increase for annual pass holder)
- Parking is $15 (Should have been free consider how much the admission is)
- Very crowded just about any holiday and weekend
- Lately the sister park (California park is getting cooler new stuff.
- Going to cost you arm and leg if you got a lot of kids :(
* Disneyland intern are consider one of the best or if not the best in the U.S. There is reason why staff here are so good due to highly Competitive selection.
* Christmas Day and New Year is their busiest day of the year, park get full within few hour when it opened.
* Disneyland is start using camera to record face of every pass holder, to prevent reselling for daily usage.
* Across Disneyland is California park !
* Star War 3D is the most popular new attraction, go there early to save your time. Also there are 6 different possible movie, they won't tell you which one.
My 2 cents:
Despite high price and other issue, this is still no short of 5 stars park. Consider it got so much stuff to see, is worth every penny if you never been here before. Young and Old would love this place, just about anyone grow up had a fan of some of Disney anime or those action film like the Avenger!
- DisneylandMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Nov 13, 2013
The mouse owns you... even if you dont think your owned by the mouse. The house that Walt built has its hands in almost everything from professional sports to movies and almost everything imaginable. This is easily seen here at Disneyland. From the changing of the rides to the inclusion of various street shows and performers/parades.
Pro Tip: Find a multi day pass broker to save a few bucks on their ridiculous ticket prices.
However, I like a lot of the old school stuff and even some of the new things here. There are all kinds of great/classic rides as well as some new more modern and current things. I absolutely love the space mountain, pirates of the Caribbean, matterhorn, big thunder style roller coasters and water rides. They all have special advantages to them. There is something for everyone here unbelievably enough. They have some fun shows from Star Wars interactive shows to the old favorites like the Bear Country Jamboree. Needless to say there are lots of options and lots of fun to be had.
My daughter loves it with a passion. She thinks the whole princess thing is the best thing ever. When we were there last she was happy to take some pics with the princesses and walk through the princess castle. My daughter and I both enjoy the rides. But she wants to run through and do everything there that is possible. Rides, games, buy swag, etc...
Its a kids paradise... at least to my daughter and I guess that is all that matters... I know I will be back as she wants to go back every single day.
- DisneylandMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesWellness+ 2Nov 11, 2013
I love the theme and the rides but the lines are WAY too long... I went in the summer and i was able to get on 4/5 rides throughout the entire day. The majority of my adventure was spent waiting in line. I suggest going during a week day..
- DisneylandMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Nov 05, 2013
It's Disneyland in Sunny California! Not quite as amazing as the Disney World in Orlando but hey, it's the perfect size if you just want to spend a day in a theme park.Recommended for:Family Travelers
- DisneylandMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversNov 01, 2013
There really isn't anything else like a Disney resort to bring out the kid in you. It's been years between my most recent and last visits here, so it was great seeing both old and new attractions. Very difficult to come across an unhappy face around the park. After running one of their 5k marathons, my friend and I enjoyed breakfast at the Carnation Cafe. Made sure that I got my Mickey waffle fix, and I sure did. The rest of the day was spent walking around and going on as many rides as possible. Fast passes are almost always a must if you plan on trying to catch Space Mountain. I honestly don't think I can ever outgrow Disneyland, not that I ever wanted to.
- DisneylandAmbassadorMember ofStudentsBackpackersOct 28, 2013
It's my happy place, what can I say?! My favorite getaway when being an adult wears me down too much, and I just want to return to simpler times, happy memories, and be a kid for a day. I have got to stay away from the shops though, or I'll max out my credit card - they have the CUTEST things, but just too expensive! Go during the week in off season (not during summer, spring break, or around the holidays...which basically leaves the most random Wednesday in September you can find) and stay from open to close to get everything out of it you can. Already planning my next trip...
P.S. It's worth the time to research secondhand purchases -- buying tickets for face value at the park is the most expensive way to go. You can find tons of people who have made it a small business to resell tickets, but be very careful about them - if they're on Ebay, carefully read every review of previous customers (and make sure they don't have a drop-off curfew). I have purchased tickets from people like this before, though, and haven't had any problems. Good luck!
- DisneylandMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersFoodies+ 3Oct 17, 2013
I grew up half a mile away from the park and am still in love with it.
It is truly "The Happiest Place On Earth"!
The rides...the food and Mickey Mouse.
There are rides galore. Get your adrenaline flowing on Disneyland's incredible roller coasters (like Space Mountain), bobsled down an icy mountain, see the whole park on the giant Ferris wheel, Mickey's Fun Wheel. But there are more than rides. Stroll down Main Street. Check out fireworks, live shows, parades, and nighttime spectacles. Dine in one of many restaurants and cafes.