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10 Best Places To Take A Break At Disneyland
Source:Orange County Register
Dateline:July 21, 2017
Posted:August 05, 2017

Hot and tired of tromping around theme parks at the Disneyland Resort? We're there for you. Here are the best places to catch a break and cool down. At some point, like most of us, you've probably been inside the Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln theater. Yes, it's a little dated. But you know why its moments are still great? Because you get 16 minutes of blissful, dark, uninterrupted, air ...

10 Disneyland Attractions That Do Not Exist Anymore But We Wish Did
Source:Los Angeles Weekly
Dateline:April 28, 2017
Posted:May 05, 2017

It's not easy being Disneyland. To keep people coming back and visiting year after year, the Anaheim amusement park has to constantly reinvent itself while not changing in ways that'll alienate diehard fans whose nostalgia runs deep. A few months ago, the park permanently closed the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror to turn it into Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: Breakout!, which opens May 27. While Disney ...

10 Most Delish Foods at Disneyland Resort
Dateline:May 10, 2017
Posted:May 20, 2017

Here's what you need to try, whether you're headed to Disneyland or Disney's California Adventure. Plan your trip around these treats, and you'll immediately understand why Disney's known as the Happiest Place on Earth - provided you're wearing your roomiest stretchy pants, of course. Lemon Rose Cake What's even more surprising than this bright yellow-and-red mini cake is its layers of flavor ...

10 Most Essential Foods At Disneyland True Fans Know These Classics Well
Source:Los Angeles Magazine
Dateline:August 14, 2017
Posted:August 24, 2017

The rides and attractions aren't the only experiences at Disneyland. Any regular Disney-goer can conjure up a few must-eat items -and, yes, there are mouse-shaped snacks aplenty - but other great dishes are flying just under the radar or off the main tourist drag. These are the Disneyland foods that will make your next trip to the Happiest Place on Earth completely satisfying. 1. Dole Whip Dole ...

10 Things To Know About Day Of The Dead Celebrations
Source:Orange County Register
Dateline:September 13, 2018
Posted:September 21, 2018

10 things to know about Disneyland's Day of the Dead celebrations Disneyland has ramped up its celebration of Dia de Los Muertos - or Day of the Dead - in the wake of the success of last year's hit movie on the subject, "Coco," which features a small boy in search of his departed family. Dia de Los Muertos evolved from an ancient Mesoamerican tradition that celebrated the return of souls for one ...

10 Things To Know About Star Wars Nite
Source:Orange County Register
Dateline:March 17, 2018
Posted:March 21, 2018

Yes, Star Wars and Disneyland geeks and freaks, (and everyone else, too), Disneyland is about to hold its first ever "Stars Wars Nite" at the park, for those of us who just can't get enough of the fun. This is in anticipation of the next movie in the Disney Star Wars franchise, plus of course the anticipated opening of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge in July 2019. Here are 10 things you need to know: 1. ...

12 Fun Things You May Not Know About Disneyland
Source:Mercury News
Dateline:December 26, 2017
Posted:January 11, 2018

Test your Disney trivia mojo here. How many of these items do you already know? 1. King Arthur Carousel. The lead horse on the iconic Fantasyland carousel is named Jingles. Walt Disney wanted all horses on the carousel, and he wanted them all to be leaping, so when a classic carousel was purchased, it was supplemented with other horses and those that had straight legs were redesigned. 2. Main ...

17 Ways To Save Money On A Trip To Disneyland
Source:Orange County Register
Dateline:October 15, 2018
Posted:October 24, 2018

It probably hasn't escaped your attention that going to Disneyland costs a small fortune these days, and we're not just talking about the ticket prices. Food, parking and souvenirs will also eat up your children's inheritance. Here are some tips to help manage the cost: 1. Go on a weekday. Disneyland has moved to a three-tier pricing system, with weekends as the most expensive. Try to avoid the most ...

19 Seriously Amazing Disneyland Hacks To Make Your Trip Even More Magical
Dateline:May 05, 2018
Posted:May 10, 2018

You've bought the plane tickets, booked the hotel, stocked up on super stylish Mickey gear, got your nails did, and have your Disneybounding all ready; you're truly invested in that upcoming Disneyland trip. Now it's time to do absolutely everything you can to ensure that you have the BEST TIME EVER. We can help! Here are 19 tried-and-true Disneyland hacks to assist you in having the most magical time at ...

2 Special Train Engines Create Historic Moment For The Disneyland Railroad
Source:Orange County Register
Dateline:August 02, 2017
Posted:August 14, 2017

The steam whistle blew and rounding the bend of the Disneyland Railroad in Frontierland after an 18-month closure, was not one, but two steam locomotives coupled together - a historic moment for the classic Disneyland attraction. Even more historic was the fact that the two 3-foot gauge engines (the same gauge as the Disneyland Railroad) - the Marie E and the Chloe - were not part of the rail line's ...

23 Surprising Items You Can Not Bring Into Disneyland
Dateline:March 06, 2018
Posted:March 10, 2018

Disneyland is a magical place where dreams come true - and it's also a place you can't bring pots and pans. Yep, the park has some pretty interesting things on their banned items list, and of course some prohibited items (like weapons, for instance) that make complete sense. Find out what you can and can't bring into the park, and make sure to leave your selfie stick at home the next time you head to ...

24 Surprising Things About Disneyland We Did Not Know But Should
Dateline:December 02, 2018
Posted:December 13, 2018

Disneyland is said to be the "Happiest Place on Earth." For one day (or several depending on your trip schedule) people of all ages from toddlers to seniors can have fun, let loose and become a kid again. It's a place filled with magic, music, your favourite characters and rides to fit whatever you're in the mood for. It opened its doors on July 17, 1955, and was the masterpiece of Walt Disney's ...

3 Attractions Closing As Disney Anniversary Party Ends
Source:Orange County Register
Dateline:August 04, 2016
Posted:August 12, 2016

The electrified Paint the Night parade, the Disneyland Forever fireworks show and World of Color: Celebrate! will end their runs next month when Disneyland's 60th anniversary celebration comes to a close. On the Disney Parks Blog, officials said this week that the nightly attractions will make their final performance Sept. 5. All three shows were created to celebrate the anniversary. Returning ...

5 Behind The Scenes Stories You’ve Probably Never Heard About The Pirates Of The Caribbean Ride At Disneyland
Source:Orange County Register
Dateline:July 14, 2017
Posted:July 23, 2017

The Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland is 50 years old, but there are probably still things that you don't know about it. Disney Imagineering Legends Marty Sklar, Orlando Ferrante, Tony Baxter, Kim Irvine, Luc Maynard and Nancy Seruto gathered at the D23 Expo's "Pirates of the Caribbean: 50 Years of Swashbuckling Adventures in Disney Parks" panel Friday to chat about their favorite parts of ...

5 Best Rides 5 Things To Avoid
Dateline:April 07, 2018
Posted:April 10, 2018

Five can't-miss Disneyland rides Big Thunder Mountain Railroad: A gold-mine-themed runaway train ride, it has nothing to do with Disney characters, except you'll yelp as high-pitched as Minnie Mouse through its twists and turns. And yet it wasn't too much for our 6-year-old. Space Mountain: Of course! The famed inner-space thrill ride hasn't lost its starry luster, even though it broke down on ...

5 Fascinating Ways Disneyland Affects Your Toddlers Brain According To Science
Dateline:August 29, 2018
Posted:September 06, 2018

As any parent who's been forced to hoist a wailing toddler over one shoulder after a long day at the zoo/museum/amusement park knows, sometimes activities that are supposed to be fun for little ones end up being way more than they're ready to handle. While this is never an enjoyable experience, it's a lot less painful when it happens at a local attraction than at a pricey destination like The Happiest ...

5 Most Underrated Things To Eat At Disneyland
Dateline:February 09, 2017
Posted:February 21, 2017

Disneyland is the happiest place on earth, without a doubt. You get to meet your favorite characters, ride some fun rides, and eat some ridiculously delicious food. This isn't your standard theme park fare. Yes, there are still hot dogs, hamburgers, and french fries, but Disneyland has a great variety of eats to nosh on. You've heard of the Dole Whip and corn dogs, but there are some hidden gems just ...

5 Things To Know If You Are Taking A Preschooler To Disneyland
Dateline:March 10, 2017
Posted:March 20, 2017

Magic is real. Dreams really do come true. And the world can astonish you with its beauty and endless capacity for new adventure. How do I know all these things? I just spent two days at the Disneyland Resort with a small child. Disneyland is good for all ages, of course. But there is something extra-special about visiting the Park with a little one. When my preschool-aged daughter saw Mickey ...

5 Things You Have Probably Never Done At Disneyland But Should
Source:The Republic
Dateline:May 24, 2018
Posted:May 30, 2018

Perhaps you've been to Disneyland a dozen or more times and are sure you've done all there is to do, even impressing others with your fake insider knowledge ("The park derives a third of its income through churro sales"). Yet the park may still hold a few surprises for even the most faithful fans. Here are 5 things to do at Disneyland and California Adventure you've probably never done: 1. ...

5 Things You Should Know Before Eating At Super Exclusive 21 Royal
Dateline:August 23, 2018
Posted:August 28, 2018

If there's one thing you should know about Disneyland, it's that there are tons of places to eat with delicious food for reasonable prices. The park's 21 Royal is not one of those places. Yes, of course, the food is A+, but it'll cost you $15,000. Literally. And that brings us right to the first thing you need to know You can reserve this magical dining experience for up to 12 people for ...

5 Types Of People Who Should Visit Disneyland At Christmas Are You One Of Them
Source:Arizona Republic
Dateline:November 12, 2018
Posted:November 23, 2018

Anyone who visits Disneyland during the holidays knows that the theme park didn't invent Christmas cheer. It perfected it. From a towering holiday tree to the wreaths and lights that drip from any real estate capable of supporting decorations, Disneyland is the center of the yule-niverse. It wasn't always this way. In December 1955, workers put up a modest tree and a few wreaths for the park's ...

5 Ways To Save On Your Next Disney Vacation
Dateline:May 10, 2018
Posted:May 14, 2018

A Disney destination may be the "happiest place on earth" for kids, but for many parents it's a little too expensive to make it all that happy. With amusement park admission prices up another 9% this year, trips to Disney are increasingly one of the most expensive places for families to vacation. And it's not just the ticket prices that'll get you. Once you're in the park, there is a constant barrage ...

7 Most Underrated Experiences At Disneyland
Source:Huffington Post
Dateline:July 28, 2016
Posted:August 11, 2016

If you're any kind of Disneyland fan, then you know the glory of the Jungle Cruise ride and you've eaten more Dole Whips than you can count. But even some of the most avid park-goers skip key experiences during their visits. The following rides, secret spots and shows often go under-appreciated in favor of bigger, sparklier Disneyland attractions. Seek out these little-known gems the next time you ...

7 People Treated 8 Cars Burn In Disneyland Parking Fire
Source:Associated Press
Dateline:February 14, 2017
Posted:February 22, 2017

A fire broke out in Disneyland's main parking structure that burned eight cars and caused seven people to be treated for smoke inhalation, authorities said. No foul play was suspected but authorities haven't given a cause for the Monday blaze at the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure. Four cars were destroyed and four more had major damage from the fire, which brought losses estimated at ...

7 Secrets About Disney Rides Direct From The Imagineers Who Designed Them
Dateline:March 25, 2018
Posted:March 29, 2018

From Space Mountain's backwards architecture to Tinker Bell's secrets of flying, there are plenty of insider-y tidbits to know about Disney's parks. But these bits of insider info are different, because they come straight from members of Walt Disney Imagineering, the brilliant minds behind the rides, attractions, hotels, restaurants and entertainment at Disney Parks worldwide. Take stock of these ...

7 Things To Know About Disneyland's New Beauty And The Beast Eatery
Source:Hollywood Reporter
Dateline:March 10, 2017
Posted:March 20, 2017

All about the gray stuff, how to get that in-demand souvenir cup and more tidbits about the Red Rose Taverne. Tie your napkin 'round your neck, cherie, and Disneyland provides the rest. The Southern California theme park is celebrating the live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast with the Red Rose Taverne. Location, location, location. The Red Rose Taverne is located in Fantasyland, ...

8 Things From Disneyland Past That Need To Come Back
Source:Mercury News
Dateline:January 16, 2018
Posted:January 31, 2018

With Disneyland kicking off its retro-inspired "After Dark" event this week, here are eight things from Disneyland's past that I wish I could see return to the park someday. Helicopter rides from the airport - Yes, you once could fly in a helicopter from LAX straight to the Disneyland Hotel, soaring above Southern California's notoriously traffic-choked freeways. Sure, a one-way helicopter trip to the ...

8 Tips For Celebrating The Holidays At Disneyland
Source:U.S. News & World Report
Dateline:December 06, 2016
Posted:December 21, 2016

Get the most out of your Disneyland vacation with these insider tricks. The holiday season truly is magical at Disneyland, bustling with special events, parties, parades, entertainment and elaborate decorations. Plus, Disneyland Resort offers special annual events, from the Festival of Holidays entertainment to the "World of Color -- Season of Light" spectacle at Disney California Adventure Park. ...

8 Treats For Halloween Plus A Fancy Tea Party
Source:Orange County Register
Dateline:August 23, 2018
Posted:August 28, 2018

It's hot outside, so certainly you're thinking about Halloween, right? Well, over at Disneyland, the spooks and goblins are getting ready to return as the park will reveal its annual Halloween festivities on Sept. 7. Yes, yes, that's way too early to celebrate Halloween, but some of you nutty people will rush right over there for a look at the Haunted Mansion decorations and the Headless Horseman at ...

9 Extinct Disneyland Attractions You Probably Never Knew Existed
Dateline:January 26, 2017
Posted:January 29, 2017

Over 60 years ago, Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California. In the decades since, Walt Disney's original theme park vision has undergone changes both big and small. Rides, attractions, and entire swaths of land have sometimes been overhauled or torn down to make way for modern amusements. But thanks to documentaries and numerous Disney bloggers, we can still look back at some of the most iconic rides ...

9 Ghosts That Reportedly Haunt Disney Parks From Urban Legends To Actual Events In The Parks History
Dateline:October 20, 2017
Posted:November 10, 2017

In 1955, something spectacular happened: Disneyland opened in Anaheim, Calif., forever changing the face of amusement parks in America. Given its long and storied history, of course, it's to be expected that over the years, rumors that ghosts allegedly haunt Disneyland, as well as Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. And all the other Disney properties that have opened in the intervening decades, would have ...

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