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Everything You Need To Know About Visiting Disneyland For The First Time

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We are all aware of the magic of Disney. However, experiencing it is a completely different matter. A trip to Disneyland is something everyone should enjoy at least once; no matter how young or old you may be. There are now several Disneyland Resorts all over the world. However, the original one is situated in LA, and so if you want to get the true Disney experience this is where you should go. In this blog post, we will reveal everything you need to know about visiting Disneyland for the first time so that you can be prepared and get as much as possible from this amazing experience. So, let’s get started...



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A little bit of background information: The introduction of Disneyland in 1955
Disneyland was created from Walt Disney’s vision to make a place where parents and children could have fun together. To say Walt Disney achieved this vision would be an understatement. The magical park opened on July 17th 1955. It was an occasion that would go down in history, with future US president Ronal Reagan being one of the three hosts for the 90-minute live broadcast shown on the ABC television network.

Getting to Disneyland
Many people expect a Disneyland vacation to be an expensive one. But it doesn’t have to be. If you look online you will see that there are many places where you can get cheap flights to LA. The nearest airport to Anaheim, which is the where Disneyland is located, is the John Wayne Airport, Santa Ana (SNA). However, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the biggest in the region and thus may be the only feasible option. You can then take the shuttle to your hotel. This costs $10 per person from SNA or $16 per person from LAX. Trains run in the area as well, providing another economical solution.

Your tickets for Disneyland: The options available
There are several different ticket passes to choose from when visiting Disneyland. This ranges from one-day tickets to five-day tickets. You can also get one-park tickets and hopper tickets. The former means you can only visit one park per day (Disneyland consists of two parks), whereas a hopper ticket grants you access to both. Prices start at $92 for anyone over the age of 10 purchasing a one-day one-park ticket and go up to $300 for a five-day hopper ticket with magic morning. Magic morning simply means you are granted early admission with select attractions at the park.

Turn it into a theme park holiday
If you are a big fan of theme parks, why not turn it into a theme park holiday? There are so many theme parks in the US, and a lot of these are in Los Angeles. Some of the other places you may want to experience while in this part of the world include Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier, Sea World, LEGOLAND, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Knott’s Berry Farm, and of course, Universal Studios Hollywood.

Must-see and do: Things you won’t want to miss at Disneyland
Finally, this blog post would not be complete without touching upon some of the things you should incorporate into your Disneyland trip. Therefore, let’s conclude by leaving you with three attractions that are widely considered to be some of the park’s greatest highlights…

· Toy Story Midway Mania – This Toy Story themed attraction offers double the fun as riders can take a trip on the dark ride whilst playing games at the same time.

· Aladdin – This 50-minute live musical is something all ages will enjoy.

· It’s Tough to Be a Bug – This unique attraction will blow your mind. You enter A Bug’s Land whereby characters from the film ‘A Bug’s Life’ come to life via 3D screens. The aim is to give you the experience of what it is like to be a bug.

Hopefully, you now have a better understanding regarding what to expect when visiting Disneyland, as well as some useful tips that can help you to organise your vacation better. There are plenty of ways you can save money when visiting Disneyland, so make the most of this so that you have more money to spend on the experience itself.

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