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Disneyland Touring Plans/Attractions-At-A-Glance

Disneyland Touring Plans/Attractions-At-A-Glance

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While we don't believe in the "commando" approach to fun, relaxing vacations, we realize that you may want guidance. If possible, allot two days to do Disneyland Park. If you've got just one day, try these touring plans, which focus on the rides most popular with little ones or the highest-rated attractions. You can do this plan in one day if you start at park opening. Vacationers with smaller children or thrill-shy adults may prefer to skip all attractions in blue in the second plan.

 

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Touring plan with young kids

Start in Fantasyland (Fantasy Faire) Ride Gadget's Go Coaster
Meet the princesses at the Royal Hall Visit the other Toontown houses
Ride Dumbo Ride Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin
Ride Peter Pan  In Tomorrowland, get FASTPASS for Star Tours
Meet fairies at Pixie Hollow Eat dinner in Tomorrowland (about 8 hours after entering park
Have a snack at Maurice's Treats Ride Autopia
Ride Casey Jr. Circus Train Ride Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters
Ride King Arthur Carrousel Ride Star Tours
Ride Alice in Wonderland Ride Jungle Cruise
Ride Mad Tea Party *Board Disneyland Railroad, Tomorrowland to New Orleans Square 
Ride Storybook Land Canal Boats Have a snack at the Tiki Juice Bar
Eat lunch at Village Haus (~4 hours after entering park) Visit Enchanted Tiki Room
See The Royal Theater Presents Tangled or Beauty & the Beast (check times) Ride Pirates of the Caribbean
Ride "it's a small world" Watch evening parade from Main St. or by Sleeping Beauty Castle
See Mickey's Magical Map (check showtimes) Watch fireworks from same spot
Watch parade in Fantasyland (check times)  (Tour duration: About 11 hours)
Get FASTPASS for Roger Rabbit ride  (This is a very long day; drop attractions as suits your young
Visit Mickey's House and meet Mickey ones, especially if you need to add a nap into your plans)

 

*Closed for renovations at press time

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Touring plan for adults and older kids

Start in Tomorrowland Ride Splash Mountain
Get FASTPASS for Star Tours or Buzz Lightyear  Watch parade from Fantasyland OR 
Ride Space Mountain Ride Indiana Jones Adventure (during parade for shorter line)
Ride Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters  Ride Peter Pan's Flight
Ride Star Tours Get FASTPASS for Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin
Ride Jungle Cruise Ride Matterhorn Bobsleds
Have a snack at the Tiki Juice Bar  Ride "it's a small world"
Visit Enchanted Tiki Room Ride Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin
Ride Pirates of the Caribbean *Board Disneyland Railroad to your dinner destination 
Visit Tarzan's Treehouse Eat dinner at Blue Bayou Restaurant, Hungry Bear
Ride Haunted Mansion   or Redd Rockett's Pizza Port (~8 1/2 hours into your day)
Get FASTPASS for Splash Mountain                                         Watch nighttime parade from Main Street, U.S.A. or in front
Ride Big Thunder Mountain of Sleeping Beauty Castle
Eat lunch at The Golden Horseshoe Stage  Watch fireworks from same spot
  (about 4 hours after entering park)    (Tour duration: About 11 hours)
   
*Closed at press time for construction  
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Disneyland Park Attractions At-A-Glance

In the attraction chart below, the Allow column gives the amount of time (in minutes) you should allow for an attraction, assuming you do not have a FASTPASS and there are no ride breakdowns. Extremely busy days will mean longer waits. The letters in the final column stand for the land in which that attraction is located: M for Main Street, A for Adventureland, N for New Orleans Square, Fr for Frontierland, C for Critter Country, Fa for Fantasyland, Tt for Mickey's Toontown, and To for Tomorrowland. The letter/number combination in brackets refers to its location on the map on the next page.

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Attraction Type Allow Land
Alice in Wonderland [E-3] Track ride 20-30 page 108-Fa
Astro Orbitor [E-4] Ride 20+ page 114-To
Autopia [G-4] Ride 50+ page 114-To
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad [C-3] Coaster 30-40+  page 105-Fr
Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters [E-4] Ride 20+ page 114-To
Casey Jr. Circus Train [D-2] Train 10-20 page 108-Fa
Chip 'n' Dale Treehouse Playground 10-20 page 112-Tt
*Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes [B-4] Boat ride 20-30 page 104-C
Disney Gallery [C-5] Exhibit 20-30 page 100-M
Disneyland Monorail [F-3] Ride 20-30+ page 115-To
*Disneyland Railroad [D-2, B-5, E-6, G-4] Train ride 30+ page 100-M
Disneyland Story/Great Moments w/Mr. Lincoln[E-6] Film 15-20 page 100-B
Donald's Boat [D-1] Playground 20+ page 112-Tt
Dumbo the Flying Elephant [D-3] Ride 30-60 page 108-Fa
Enchanted Tiki Room [D-5] Show 15-20 page 101-A
Fantasy Faire [D-4] Encounter 60+ page 108-Fa
Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage [F-3] Boat ride 50-60+ page 115-Tt
Frontierland Shootin' Expo [D-4] Arcade 15+ page 105-Fr
Gadget's Go Coaster [D-1] Coaster 15-20+ page 112-Tt
Golden Horseshoe [D-4] Live show 40-50+ page 106-Fr
Goofy's Playhouse [E-1] Playground 20+ page 113-Tt
Haunted Mansion [B-4] Track ride 30+ page 103-N
Indiana Jones Adventure [C-6] Thrill ride 45-60+ page 101-A
"it's a small world" [E-2] Boat ride 25+ page 109-Fa
Jedi Training Academy [F-4] Live show n/a page 116-Tt
Jungle Cruise [C-5] Boat ride 40+ page 102-A 
King Arthur Carrousel [D-3] Ride 15+ page 109-Fa
Mad Tea Party [E-3] Ride 20+ page 109-Fa
Main Street Cinema [D-5] Film 10+ page 100-M 
Main Street Vehicles [ D-] Vehicles 30+ page 100-M
Many Adventures of Pooh [A-4] Track ride 30+ page 104-C
*Mark Twain Riverboat [C-4] Boat ride 30-40+ page 106-Fr
Matterhorn Bobsleds [E-3] Coaster 30-40+ page 109-Fa
Mickey and the Magical Map [E-2] Live show 40+ page 110-Fa
Mickey's House/Meet Mickey [D-1] Encounter 60+ page 113-Tt
Minnie's House [D-1] Walkthru 20+ page 113-Tt
Mr. Toad's Wild Ride [E-3] Track ride 20+ page 110-Fa
Penny Arcade [D-5] Arcade 15+ page 100-M
Peter Pan's Flight [E-3] Track ride  40+ page 110-Fa
Pinocchio's Daring Journey [D-3] Track ride 30+ page 110-Fa
Pirates of the Caribbean [C-5] Boat ride 30-40+ page 103-N
Pixie Hollow [E-4] Encounter 40-60+ page 111-Fa
Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin [E-1] Track ride 30 page 113-Tt
*Sailing Ship Columbia [C-4] Boat ride 25-30+ page 106-Fr
Sleeping Beauty Castle [D-3] Eye candy   -- page 111-Fa
Snow White's Scary Adventures [D-3] Track Ride 30+ page 111-Fa
Space Mountain [F-5] Coaster 50+ page 116-To
Splash Mountain [A-4] Flume 60-90+ page 104-C
Star Tours--The Adventures Continue [B-5]  3-D ride 30-40+ page 116-To
Star Wars Launch Bay [F-4] Exhibit 40-60+ page 117-To
Star Wars: Path of the Jedi [F-5] Film 10 page 117-To
Storybook Land Canal Boats [E-2] Boat ride 20-25+ page 111-Fa
Tarzan's Treehouse [C-5] Walkthru 30+ page 102-A
*Tom Sawyer's Island [B-4] Playground 60+ page 107-Fr

                *Closed for extended period for new construction.

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Top Photo Slice: (℗ 16066) Photo contributed by © chezp



Comments:

  • Minniemouse27 on 02/11/2017 at 7:48:54 pm EST says:

    RE: Photo slice for Disneyland Touring Plans

    The Live! Guide Tools Navigation section overlaps the text in the first paragraph.

  • r_k_z_m on 09/03/2017 at 12:37:38 am EDT says:

    RE: Intro to touring plans

    Viewing this on my ipad, the "Live Guide Tools" menu on the right covers some of the text--please fix this formatting issue

        • r_k_z_m on 09/03/2017 at 12:40:12 am EDT says:

          RE: Attractions-At-A-Glance

          It would be really nice if you included a key with what the colors mean for the attractions, so one is not required to flip back to previous pages

        • r_k_z_m on 09/03/2017 at 12:48:31 am EDT says:

          RE: Attractions-At-A-Glance

          It would be really nice if you included a key with what the colors mean for the attractions, so one is not required to flip back to previous pages



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