Disneyland®  Resort Overview

The Disneyland® Resort is home to the original Disneyland® Park, designed and opened by Walt Disney himself. The Disneyland® Resort now includes 2 theme parks and a Downtown Disney® District. Accommodations include 3 uniquely themed Hotels of the Disneyland® Resort as well as area Good Neighbor Hotels.

Continue reading for more information about activities available at the Disneyland® Resort...or click one of the links below for information:


Hotels of the Disneyland® Resort

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 Sleeping Beauty Castle

Sleeping Beauty Castle

Disneyland® Park

Disneyland® Park is the original Disney theme park, designed by Walt Disney himself. Here you can stroll along Main Street, U.S.A. and 7 lands: Adventureland, New Orleans Square, Critter Country, Frontierland, Fantasyland, Mickey's Toontown, and Tomorrowland. Seeing Sleeping Beauty Castle for the first time is an unforgettable experience. This is where guests of all ages have the opportunity to explore on the Indiana Jones Adventure, ride through Br'er Rabbit's country on Splash Mountain, sail with the Pirates of the Caribbean, speed through the mountains on the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, experience the wonder with Alice in Wonderland, play in the Chip and Dale Treehouse, or dive into the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage. Guests can also meet Mickey Mouse and his friends. Disneyland® Park is truly the "happiest place on earth."

 Paradise Pier

Paradise Pier

Disney's California Adventure® Park

Disney's California Adventure® Park is the second park of the Disneyland® Resort.  This park combines the history and grandeur of the state of California with the magic of Disney. Here you can walk along Buena Vista Street and experience the spirit of Los Angeles in the 1920s. You can also experience 7 lands: Hollywood Land, "a bug's land", Cars Land, Pacific Wharf, Paradise Pier, Grizzly Peak, and Condor Flats. Park guests of all ages can race through Montropolis on Monsters, Inc. Mike and Sulley to the Rescue!, splash in the Princess Dot Puddle Park, drive a race car at Radiator Springs Racers, zoom on the California Screamin' roller coaster, ride a raft through the Grizzly River Run, or glide over landmarks in Soarin' Over California. The World of Color show is also very popular, and draws a full crowd every night.

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Downtown Disney® District

The Downtown Disney® District is a promenade with opportunities for shopping, dining and entertainment. This fun area is located near the Disneyland® Park and Disney's California Adventure® Park as well as the Hotels of the Disneyland® Resort.


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