Category Archives: Disneyland

  1. Disney’s First Not-So-Scary Party of the Year

      Every year, Disneyland hosts special Not-so-Scary Halloween parties in August, September, October, and November so you can enjoy an all treats, no tricks semi-spooky season. It’s perfect for families and all ages, and this year the first parties take place August 24 and 27. It’s the least crowded of the year, but you’ll still…

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  2. Don’t Miss Dapper Day

    Dapper Day at Disneyland is the fashion spectacle of the season. Scheduled for April 21 and 22, enjoy a full weekend of refined styles from yesteryear all the way to contemporary runways. Disneyland hosts a series of elegant events throughout the park, and guests are encouraged to dress up in their finest duds. Whether you…

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  3. Spending Christmas at Disneyland

    Christmas Day is one of the busiest days of the year at Disneyland parks, and the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve is always packed. However, when planned correctly, this can also be the most magical time of year to visit the park. Always arrive early and plan to spend the entire day at…

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  4. Use Anaheim Resort Transportation (ART)

      If you’re in Anaheim for Disneyland, skip the cabs, car rentals, Ubers and Lyfts. Anaheim Resort Transportation (ART) is your veritable pumpkin–turned-chariot. It connects Best Western properties and a number of additional hotels to the best attractions and restaurants in the area at a low cost. ART Day Passes are just $5.50 for adults…

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  5. Your Disney Christmas

      The most magical place on earth becomes even more magical during the holiday season. The season runs November 10 – January 8, giving you plenty of time to explore the park, special events, and surrounding festivals. The Festival of Holidays is a food bazaar and taster event with wine pairings (and sparkling cider pairings…

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  6. Halloween at Disneyland

      Spooktacular events at Disneyland span the entire months of September and October, but nothing beats a night of trick or treating on the big night! Discover seasonal attractions like the Haunted Mansion Holiday hosted by Jack Skellington and all the citizens of Halloween Town. Can you get away from the phantoms at Space Mountain…

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  7. Register for the Disney Half Marathon

    True, the Disney Half Marathon isn’t until September, but for frequent travelers to Anaheim, the time to register is now! This fun-filled run always sells out, so it’s time to register online right now. For many runners, it’s on their bucket list and for others it’s an annual event they would never miss. It’s not…

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  8. Your Leap Day Cheat Sheet

    It’s one of the most celebrated days for Disney fans—Leap Day. For the past few years, Disneyland has been open 24 hours on Leap Day to give Disney lovers a full extra day of fantasy, fun and thrills. The “One More Disney Day” campaign has proven so successful that thousands flood the park to take…

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  9. Spend Valentine’s Day at Disney

    Romance is all around, and there’s nothing like celebrating Valentine’s Day at Disneyland. Historically, there are shorter lines in February than any other month of the year, so you can count on an intimate outing with your loved ones. The Downtown Disney District has different special events, all love-themed of course, throughout the month and…

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  10. Best Disney Destinations

    Disneyland is aptly named—it’s an entire land of enchantment, fun and entertainment! Narrowing down what you want to do at the Anaheim Disney attractions can be challenging, and it’s easy to miss out on some incredible adventures, even if you’re a seasoned Disney vet. For little ones who love animals, don’t miss out on the…

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