Disneyland Resort and Southern California LIVE! Guidebook

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Admission Media—Park passes (tickets). See page 86.

Attraction—An individual ride, show, or exhibit.

Baby Care Center—Special centers are found at both of Disney’s parks, as noted on our park maps. All restrooms (men’s included) support diaper changing.

Cast Member—All Disneyland employees are “cast members”—they wear nametags with their first names, pinned to the left side of their chest.

Child Switch—Adults with kid(s) too small to ride can take turns waiting with the kid(s) while the other(s) ride. Saves time in line. Ask a cast member for details as you enter the queue.

Disney Dollars and Gift Cards—Disney’s own currency, good throughout the resort. Neither expire, but Disney Dollars are being discontinued.

Early Entry—Allows guests with certain tickets (see page 86) and some packages (see page 37), as well as guests of Disney's hotels, to enter a designated park earlier than official opening time on certain days.

ECV—Electric Convenience Vehicle. You can rent these four-wheeled scooters at the parks and elsewhere. See also “Wheelchairs” on page 35.

FASTPASS—Disney’s popular ride “reservation” system (see page 90). 

First Aid—First aid stations and automatic defibrillators are at both parks and are indicated on Disney’s park maps.

Guest Relations—An information desk, located inside and outside the front gates of both parks. Guest Services at Disney hotels provide a similar range of services.

Guidemaps—Free maps and times guides are available at the parks, just inside the park.

Land—An area of a park organized around a common theme.

Lockers—Automated lockers are available in each park for $7 and $10 per day, depending on size. Lockers are also just outside the park entrances and at Downtown Disney, at prices ranging from $7 to $15 per day.

Lost & Found—Lost items or children can be claimed at a central location in each park. Consult a guidemap or a cast member. Also see Missing or Lost Persons on page 256.

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