Discover Disneyland Resort and choose between either Disneyland Park or Disney's California Adventure for your day of fun and excitement.
Meet all your favorite Disney characters including the oldest and the most famous - Mickey Mouse! And don't miss Downtown Disney, an incredible entertainment, shopping and dining complex right in the heart of it all.
9:00 am - 12:00 am
Disney's California Adventure® Park
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Occupying 85 acres and located 27 miles southeast of Los Angeles, in Anaheim, California is Disneyland. With more than 60 adventures and attractions, Disneyland is "The Happiest Place on Earth," and is the place where dreams come true.
The magic of Disneyland comes to life in eight themed lands filled with timeless attractions, world class entertainment and surprises around every turn.
Disney's California Adventure, Operating since 2001
Annual Visits: 5,630,000
Disney's California Adventure® Park
Theme Park Address:
1313 S. Harbor Boulevard,
Anaheim, CA. 92802
Disneyland Park Hours:
Disneyland is open 365 days a year and offers extended operating hours during holiday periods and summer months. To verify hours, please call (714) 781-4565 or visit Disneyland Resort Monthly Calendar for specific hours.
This intriguing realm of imagination, discovery and wonder features a landscape of whirling spaceships (Astro Orbiter), zooming rocket vehicles (Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, Space Mountain) and racing roadsters (Autopia).
Attractions at Tomorrow Land
Enchanted tales of childhood adapted from classic Disney animated films come to life in this timeless realm of imagination. Within this magical Old World setting, guests can fly to Never Land (Peter Pan's Flight), see an elephant fly (Dumbo the Flying Elephant), navigate an out-of-control motorcar (Mr. Toad's Wild Ride) or attend a mad tea party (Alice in Wonderland).
Attractions at Fantasy Land
Bursting with color and frenetic energy, this "town" is a 1930s Disney cartoon come to wacky life. From the bustle of downtown (Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin) to the charm of its residential neighborhood (Mickey's House, Donald's Boat, Chip 'n Dale Treehouse), this civic hub is a slice of "reel" life.
Attractions at Mickey's Toon Town
A robust panorama of America's pioneer past, from the bustling riverfronts of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers of the late 1700s (Columbia Sailing Ship, Mark Twain Riverboat, Pirate's Lair on Tom Sawyer Island) to the dusty southwest deserts of the 1880s (Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Golden Horseshoe Stage).
Attractions at Frontier Land
The Paris of the American frontier, the Crescent City as it was more than 150 years ago. Within its winding street and quaint shops, elegance and charm mingle comfortably with Dixieland jazz, restless spirits (Haunted Mansion) and marauding buccaneers (Pirates of the Caribbean).
Attractions at New Orleans Square
This realm of exploration is a collage of the world's far-off places and uncharted regions. Would-be explorers can discover the tropical magic of Polynesia (Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room), the wilds of Africa (Tarzan's Treehouse), the exotic rivers of the world (Jungle Cruise) and the steamy jungles of India (Indiana Jones Adventure).
Attractions at Adventure Land
Things are "mighty satisfactual" in this shady glen, nestled in a lazy corner of the backwoods. Guests visiting this bend of the river can find their very own "Laughing Place" (Splash Mountain) as they witness the "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" antics of Brer Fox and Brer Bear as they try to outwit wily Brer Rabbit. Also residing in this land are Pooh and his many friends in the Hundred Acre Wood (The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh).
Attractions at Critter Country
Here contemporary life gives way to the quaint and reassuring charms of turn-of-the-century America. It is the essence of hometown life that greeted the dawn of the 20th century.
Attractions at Main Street. U.S.A
Favorite Disneyland attractions:
Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Tours, "it's a small world," Indiana Jones Adventure
Thrill rides: Matterhorn Bobsleds, Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and Splash Mountain.
Other Disneyland Park activities:
Entertainment is presented throughout the park, with nighttime spectaculars, stage shows including "Mickey and the Magical Map," "Remember… Dreams Come True" fireworks and the beloved Main Street Electrical Parade
How to get to Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure Park
There are lots of ways to make this trip. Take a taxi, a shuttle, bus, etc.
LAX to Disneyland is a 35 mile trip. Under normal circumstances, this trip should take about 40 minutes, but nothing is normal in LA. Los Angeles traffic can be a nightmare. For that reason, taking a taxi can cost anywhere from $60 to $120. Our advise! "Avoid taking a taxi at all costs".
The cheapest and most efficient way to make this trip is to take the Disneyland Resort Express Bus.
This bus will pick you up at LAX and drop you at your Disneyland area hotel. The fare is $30 per adult and $22 for a child. Here is more information on how to get discount tickets and where to catch the Disneyland Resort Express Bus.
How to get to Disneyland from Downtown Los Angeles
Take the Red Line (subway) to Downtown Los Angeles, get off at 7th/Metro, walk out of the station to Wilshire and Flower, and catch the 460 Express straight to Disneyland. Couldn't be easier, but it will take about 2 hours. You can get schedules and other information at www.metro.net
How to get to Disneyland via Amtrak
Alternatively, you may take Orange County Transit (OCTA) Bus Route 50 from Anaheim Amtrak Station and exit at the Katella-Harbor Boulevard stop with a short walk along Harbor Boulevard (approximately 3 blocks) to the Disneyland® Resort.
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