LEGOLAND California Resort

LEGOLAND Hotel, and the brand new LEGOLAND Castle Hotel. With more than 60 rides, shows, and attractions, it’s the perfect vacation destination where kids and parents alike can see their favorite toys come to life. Sometimes called LEGOLAND San Diego, LEGOLAND California is actually just 30 minutes outside of San Diego and an hour away from Disneyland. Of course it […]

SeaWorld San Diego

As the world’s first SeaWorld, SeaWorld San Diego is known for its one-of-a-kind interactive animal experiences and rides for the whole family. At SeaWorld San Diego, there’s a perfect mix of live events, family shows, thrilling rides, and incredible animals. It was originally founded as a marine zoological park and still oers educational experiences for all tourists. While here, park […]

California Adventure

California Adventure, originally called Disney’s California Adventure Park, opened in 2001 and was renamed to Disney California Adventure in 2010. Surprisingly, it was built in the old Disneyland parking lot. As a beloved addition to Disneyland, it has five areas that feature the culture, history, and famous sites of California. While it still showcases the flair of California, it also […]

Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge

Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, opened in 2019, is the newest park in Disneyland. This park is unique because it is meant to be fully Immersive. It is not Star Wars themed, it is Star Wars. Leave Earth behind as you step onto a new planet. Galaxy’s Edge has several exotic treats to try and two of the best rides in […]

Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland opened as one of Disneyland’s original lands. Walt Disney had the idea to transport Disney’s guests to the future in a sci-fi world and accomplished it well. Disney was a big fan of space exploration and technology, so it became the inspiration for this park. Tomorrowland is home to fantasy and reality. It features rides for beloved movies and […]

New Orleans Square

Located just past Adventureland, New Orleans Square is a short walk from the park entrance. It has the largest collection of shops outside of Main Street. It is a great place to meet characters and sit to enjoy live music and excellent food. Stop here to make a trip to Pirate’s Lair on Tom Sawyer’s Island via raft across the […]

Mickey’s Toontown

Mickey’s Toontown is a park created specifically for children. At Toontown, kids will be able to meet characters and explore their houses. It also features rides that all children will feel comfortable riding, and that parents will enjoy too. Knowing that children love more than just rides, character houses serve as interactive play places for kids to play.The Toontown entrance […]

Frontierland

Step back into the wild, wild west in Frontierland. Frontierland opened as one of Disneyland’s original lands. It is themed after the old western United States and home to Walt Disney’s favorite ride: Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. While walking around Frontierland, look at the ground beneath you. You’ll see horseshoe prints and a path mimicking the old West sewage system. […]

Fantasyland

Fantasyland was one of the original lands open on Disneyland’s Opening Day. It is one of the most kid-friendly sections of the park, but is nostalgic for adults. The majority of Fantasyland rides do not have a FASTPASS. Fantasyland closes early every night for the firework show. Fantasyland is home to the iconic Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. Be sure to visit […]

Critter Country

Critter Country is the farthest park from the Disney entrance. To get there, pass through Adventureland and New Orleans Square. Critter Country is best described as charming and happy, or like forest-filled Northern California. It has two great rides, the most popular being Splash Mountain. You WILL get wet or soaked on this ride. We recommend bringing ponchos, jackets, and […]