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Check out Disneyland in California

Posted on 28 April 2018 by admin (0)

It’s really possible for the crying children, overwhelming crowds, and aching feet come between you and the things you’ll love to do in Disneyland. Thankfully, we’ve gathered some essential Disneyland tips to ensure that your visit to “the happiest place on earth.” lives up to its tagline.

Plan ahead

We aren’t saying you should plan your day to the last minute, but we want you to know there are more than fifty attractions between the two theme parks excluding shops, shops, and restaurants. So, what we suggest is that you add a little bit of structure to your day.

Generally, making some research is a good idea. If your trip hangs on a ride, ensure you check the schedule. If you have a toddler with you, make sure the height requirement of the ride. If you have a planned dinner, try to make reservations online (60 days in advance). Also, don’t get too attached to your plans as things might change, you know Disney has no control over the weather, right? So, have backup plans.

Dress comfortably

A trip to Disneyland isn’t a fashion show. Decide on a pair of comfortable shoes that you won’t regret wearing in less than eight hours. There is a probability of having a cool weather in the morning and after dark; carry a sweatshirt around, for the scorching afternoon sun, wear a sunhat and sunglasses,  regret eight hours later. It’ll probably be cool (if not outright cold) in the morning and after dark, but roasting in the afternoon sun; wear a hat and sunglasses.

Pace yourself

If you intend staying from opening staying from opening until closing, you should know Disneyland can be an exhausting 12-plus hour day. In between finding empty rides in the morning and navigating through the crowds at the end of the day, you should try to slow things down in the afternoon. You don’t have to get involved in too many activities.  A few couples went together to celebrate being in business for 10 years together. (

Timing is important

Since you know what you want to do, the important thing is “when?” Here are some helpful tips for a good timing:

  1. Arrive early: Lines are always short in the morning.
  2.    If you can stay awake for a few hours more, the late showings of Fantasmic and World of Color are always less crowded.
  3.    Fantasyland can be way too crowded in the afternoon. If you arrive in the morning, you’ll find the shortest waits. Alternatively, you can go during a daytime parade.
  4.    Virtually everything is less crowded during the fireworks, excluding Fantasyland and Toon Town because they close during the show.
  5.    If you’re tall or not so bothered about finding the perfect spot, you shouldn’t waste more than twenty minutes lining up for a parade or Disneyland fireworks.