A Disneyland family vacation can take a lot of preparation and planning.
To streamline your time in the happiest place on earth, we’ve curated a list of 10 articles from 10 different bloggers that are chock-full of fantastic Disneyland travel tips!
This list includes ways to beat the crowds, save money, find rides for younger children, use fast passes and stroller passes, travel with a baby, and snag the best spots to view the Disneyland fireworks at the end of the day.
We hope these tips will turn your day at the park into a true “walk in the park!”
Tom at Disney Tourist Blog has scoured the entire park for prime spots to watch the Disneyland Forever! fireworks.
Kristen at Six Sisters’ Stuff has tips for multiple families traveling together. Check out her blog post for ways to beat the crowds, suggestions on free Disney apps, and details on what the Baby Care Center offers for families with little ones. The comments are rich with more tips as well!
Leslie from Trips with Tykes has put together an extensive list of everything you will need to bring with you for your day at Disneyland with the kids. She even includes a free printable packing list!
Check out this post from Disney Insider Tips to glean insider tips from a former cast member that spent 8 years in the Magic Kingdom!
Nancy, an annual Disneyland pass holder from Follow that Mouse, has insight into the longest rides with the shortest wait times, how to get picked for the Jedi Training Academy, and precautions to take to avoid getting separated.
If you’re traveling with kids under age 5, this list from About.com Travel is pure gold!
Casey from DLR Prep School shares her experience in taking babies as young as 5 months old to Disneyland. She notes her favorite baby and toddler areas and places to escape to for napping and nursing! The comments section even details how the baby switch pass works in Disneyland versus Disney World.
Autumn at It’s Always Autumn has come up with several creative ways to save money on meals and snacks inside the park. She even mentions considering a private rental in lieu of a hotel as a way to save on accommodations.
If you’ve frequented Disney World, but it’s your first time at Disneyland, check out Christie’s list of Disneyland must-sees from her blog Raising Whasians.
Kendra from Me and My Insanity explains parking, fast passes, and stroller passes for those who are unfamiliar with how they work.
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