"What is the best time to visit Disneyland? What should we pack? What is the FASTPASS® and how to use it? What do we see and do first? Are there any Special Shows? Where are the Disneyland Characters? Are there any special accommodations for people with disabilities? Can I have my Birthday Party at Disneyland?"
These are just a few of the questions that you may be asking when thinking of planning your family dream vacation to Disneyland. I am sure that you may have many more!
I was totally amazed when I started planning my family vacation to Disneyland about how much there was that I REALLY NEEDED to know to make it the BEST Disneyland Family Vacation that we were ever going to have!
Are you thinking to yourself, that the entire family could use a vacation? We all get worn out working soo hard and need to take some time to relax and re-charge ourselves once in a while!
Are you trying to think of where would be the PERFECT place to take the whole family?
There are so MANY places that you could go on your family vacation, HANDS DOWN there is no BETTER place to take the enitre family than the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, USA...
With so much to see and do at Disneyland, it only makes sense to plan and prepare well for the trip so that when your family arrives in sunny Anaheim, California - the entire family will be able to enjoy every minute of your stay there. If you plan and prepare well for your trip, you will be spending your time at a more relaxed pace, in a more organized manner and you won't miss anything important, plus your entire family would be having all the fun that you should have....
Many people think that they can just buy their tickets, board the plane, be on their merry way and everyone would have a GREAT TIME......WRONG! There is soo much to see and do at Disneyland that if you do not have a game plan, you will never be able to see or enjoy everything.
The Best Way to Plan your Vacation to see Mickey Mouse
Destination Disney, full speed ahead, Mickey awaits. Whether you are planning a trip to the original Disneyland in California or the Walt Disney World of Orlando, Florida, you are in for a very special treat at the house of the mouse.
Walt Disney and his brother Roy Disney founded Disney studios in 1923. Walt began to realize when traveling with his own children that there was a need for a fun family oriented park with the positive aspects of carnivals but minus the negative. People who visited his studio wrote letters expressing their enjoyment, and he became committed to creating the park, eventually buying 160 acres of land in Orange County, California. Needing outside financing Walt created a TV show called Disneyland for the ABC television network, a show which lasted many years and is still in reruns today under the various names it held: Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color, Walt Disney’s Wonderful World, and World of Disney. The show always opened with a scene from Disneyland and the fairy, Tinkerbell, spreading fairy dust.
Opening day in 1955 included Walt’s guests; Ronald Regan, Bob Cummings and Art Linkletter, and a massive crowd. Disneyland was quickly becoming the most popular theme park in the world. Disneyworld in Florida opened in 1971. It includes the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom, as well as two water parks, six golf courses, a sports complex, an auto race track, more than 20 hotels and many other sources of entertaining, shopping and dining suited for the entire family. Disneyworld® in Florida is the world’s largest theme park.
Disney originally envisioned his Florida property to be just a larger Disneyland that could expand without the land limits or the California Park. He also wanted to include EPCOT, the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. A true man of vision, Disney created the place to be a land of fun for the family, but Disney died in 1966 and wasn’t able to see it completed. His bother Roy renamed it Walt Disney World in his honor.