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Making the Most of Disneyland Park

Making the Most of Disneyland Park

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All aboard!
All aboard!
by GingerJ

Make a wish
Make a wish
by GingerJ

Main Street, U.S.A. may open half an hour earlier than the rest of the park. So arrive early, grab breakfast, and get ready to hit the park.

Is this your first visit? Take a spin around the park when you first arrive by boarding the train at the Disneyland Railroad station in Main Street, U.S.A. The 20-minute journey is a great introduction to the park (Note: Disneyland Railroad is closed indefinitely during construction of Star Wars Land).

Consider a guided tour. Disneyland Park offers several, including “A Walk In Walt’s Footsteps,” a 3 1 /2-hour guided tour with delightful historical facts about the park and its founder ($109). For tour details, see page 250.

Make time for the Flag Retreat in the Main Street, U.S.A. Town Square, held daily about 30 minutes before sunset. On some days, a color guard takes down the American flag. Veterans may inquire at City Hall about assisting, too.

Those traveling with grandchildren will enjoy visiting Disneyland Park together. The look in the children's eyes alone will be worth the trip.

Delightful details are everywhere in this park. You’ll notice several in Main Street, U.S.A. For example, listen for the “voices” coming from upstairs windows along the street, look for Walt’s miniature train and an aerial photo of the park in the train station, and an old-time “party line” phone at the Market House shop.

Take a moment out of your busy day to stop by Snow White Grotto, located to the right of the Sleeping Beauty Castle drawbridge. Drop a coin in the well, make a wish, and listen for Snow White’s lovely wishing song. 

Welcome to the magic
Welcome to the magic
by chezp

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Comments:

  • r_k_z_m on 09/03/2017 at 12:41:58 am EDT says:

    RE: body text

    This page still references railroad being closed



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