PassPorter can act as your first source of information for the Disneyland Resort and Southern California attractions. It can also be a companion to other guides you may already own or buy later. Either way, we like to think it packs a lot of detail into a small package. Everything you need to know to plan a wonderful vacation is found within these pages.
Do keep in mind that the Disneyland Resort is constantly changing. We’ve taken every step to ensure that your PassPorter guide is as up-to-date as possible, but we cannot foresee the future. So, to help your PassPorter stay current, we have free updates available at our web site (http://www.passporter.com). And if you're viewing this guide online in PassPorter's Disneyland Resort Live Edition, we keep it updated all the time! If you have suggestions, questions, or corrections, please contact us—see page 269 for details.
Oodles of travel guidebooks are available if you have a hankering for second opinions. We highly recommend these guidebooks: The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland (for irreverence and detailed info) and Birnbaum’s Disneyland Resort (for the official line). You’ll find something different in each guidebook. We also recommend a few “fun” books about Disneyland: Disneyland Detective, Disneyland’s Hidden Mickeys, and 101 Things You Never Knew About Disneyland.
Call the Disneyland Resort at 714-781-4565 for recorded information, or call 714-781-7290 when you need to speak to a live person (7:00 am to 10:00 pm Pacific Time). Representatives are friendly, but they rarely volunteer information or opinions. Prepare questions in advance. If the person you reach doesn’t have an answer, call back—several times if necessary. Don't hesitate to ask for a manager if you can't get the information you need.
Travel agents you know and trust can be an excellent source of information. Also check with membership organizations that arrange travel, such as AAA (see page 11).