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Disneyland Theme Parks

A walk around Walt Disney's original Magic Kingdom is a trip through the past, the present, and the future. At every turn, you are awed by the simple majesty of this amazing theme park, with its countless reminders of the man who created it, and whose vision redefined entertainment the world over.

Everyone is in for a treat as they experience the fun new shows and attractions. You'll feel like a Princess, plunder with Pirates and learn the ways of the Force at the Jedi Training Academy.

For six decades, Walt’s original theme park has captured imaginations, stirred emotions, and unleashed the unabashed joy of childhood in millions of Guests. Now's the time to live out your Disney Dream!


Main Street U.S.A.
As you pass through the turnstiles to enter the park, walk past the beautiful floral landscaping and through either tunnel to enter the quaint re-creation of a street in Walt's boyhood home in Marceline, Missouri.
This enchanting land makes the magic and wonder of famous childhood stories come to life. Located just beyond Sleeping Beauty Castle, Fantasyland brings out the child in all of us with its imaginative rides, rich characters and striking architecture.
Saddle up and mosey on in to this re-creation of an Old West town. Guests can enjoy the thrills of a wild runaway mine train ride, enjoy a leisurely riverboat ride, watch an Old West stage show and much more!
Tomorrowland represents the vision and fantasy of futurists such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne and Leonardo da Vinci. Guests can zoom through Space Mountain, travel through the galaxy in Star Tours, and much more!
Journey into a lush and tropical land where you can join Indiana Jones on a thrilling adventure, take a riverboat ride through jungle waters, climb through Tarzan's Treehouse or be entertained by some crazy singing birds! All of this and more awaits you as you adventure through this land.
Critter Country
You can "zip-a-dee-doo-dah" into this land of forest creatures and attractions, nestled under the shade of towering forest trees. This is one of Disneyland quietest lands, and a great place to find shade on a sunny day. And of course you'll meet up with a varmint or two!
Mickey's Toontown
Disneyland youngest guests will enjoy this newest of the lands, featuring all sorts of cartoon gags and gadgets as well as rides and attractions designed just for them. Older guests will enjoy the amazing detail (as evidenced by the fact that there are NO straight lines in any of the designs here!). Be sure and stop throughout the town and push and pull the various gadgets!
New Orleans Square
You'll feel right as if you're in the heart of New Orleans in this quaint and beautiful land, complete with jazz, mint juleps (non-alcoholic), unique shops and even a haunted antebellum mansion! Wander through the French Quarter and check out the one-of-a-kind merchandise in the shops. This is a great area to sit and soak in the atmosphere, and is a favorite for many Disneyland regulars.
Park Entertainment
From nighttime fireworks spectaculars, to enchanting musical productions, Disneyland offers a wonderful variety of shows and spectacles that will thrill the entire family!

Disney California Adventure™ park

Combine the magic of Disney with the best that California has to offer and the result is Disney California Adventure, a theme park that celebrates the California in style. When you enter the gates of this park, you are transported to the land of promise, opportunity and glamour. Disney California Adventure is a journey from the California of yesterday to today and a tribute to this land of dreams.


You can ride the Red Car Trolley in 1920s Los Angeles, take a raft down the rapids with a mining company, travel down Route 66 or brave a white knuckled roller coaster in a seaside amusement park...the sights and sounds are inspired by the rich history of this majestic state.

Buena Vista Street

Buena Vista Street is a salute to 1920s and 30s Los Angeles, around the time that Walt Disney arrived in California.  Stroll the tree-lined street, do some shopping, grab a snack, or take in the period streetmosphere entertainment.  Carthay Circle at the end of the block features a beautiful fountain and a replica of the Carthay Circle Theater, where the premiere of Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs was held back in 1937.

Hollywood Land

Hollywood Land is a tribute to Hollywood past and present. From the legendary Hyperion Theater to the Collector's Fortress, everything old is new again when a generous touch of Disney magic is applied. Entertainment is the focus with spectacular stage shows, an insider’s look at the animation process, and a building with a very quirky elevator.

Cars Land

Radiator Springs is brought to life in Cars Land! Walk down Route 66 and visit with its famous residents. Grab a bite to eat at Flo's, do some shopping at Lizzie's curios shop or take a spin with Mater on your way to the big race with Lighting McQueen. It's all there! At night, the authentic neon lights come on up and down Route 66.

Pacific Wharf

The Pacific Wharf area represents that waterfronts of Monterey and San Francisco, and includes some great places to grab a bite to eat.

Grizzly Peak

The Grizzly Peak area appears to be nestled in the redwoods of Northern California, with a gold mining operation, a small airfiled, and a 110 foot high bear shaped mountain.

Pixar Pier/Paradise Gardens Park

The former Pradise Pier now celebrates your favorite Disney-Pixar films, including The Incredibles, Toy Story, and very soon, Inside Out. The seaside feel and thrill rides are still part of the fun, but throw in the chance to meet your favorite Pixar characters, and there's something the whole family will enjoy.

Park Entertainment
From Broadway-style shows to exciting water shows, Disney California Adventure features some "can't miss" entertainment!

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