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AdventurelandDisneyland Rides    

Enchanted Tiki Room
The parrot emcees will delight you as they head up a tropical revue of 225 singing birds, flowers, and tiki poles. These were Walt Disney's first Audio-Animatronics performers, and they still have all the charm of old Hawaii.

Please note: Guests in wheelchairs should proceed to the entrance and contact a Cast Member for viewing instructions before entering Theater.

Indiana Jones Adventure
Travel with Indiana Jones, the world's favorite adventurer, deep into the Indian jungles to the Temple of the Forbidden Eye. You'll make it through okay as long as you avoid the snakes, insects, rats, fire, poison darts, and of course, the deadly rolling rock!

Please note: For safety and comfort you should be in good health, and free from heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride. Young children should be accompanied by an adult. Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the attraction exit, proceed to the rotunda and contact a Cast Member for instructions. Guests will transfer from Electric Convenience Vehicle (ECV) to wheelchair before entering the attraction elevator.

Jungle Cruise
It's hard to say what's more entertaining, the amazing lifelike animals or the wisecracking skippers. Teamed up, they make for a light-hearted riverboat adventure.

Please note: Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the standard queue, proceed to the designated access gate, and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Guests must negotiate steps when boarding and disembarking the boat. Guests using Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) should proceed to the attraction exit and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions.

Tarzan's Treehouse
Go ape over this climb-through adventure as you explore your way across the suspension bridge and around Tarzan's home. Kids can monkey around in an interactive play area filled with shipwreck toys.

Please note: This attraction requires Guests to negotiate a continuous series of narrow, winding stairs. There is an interactive show area with wheelchair access via a ramp located on the lower level.

 
Critter CountryDisneyland Rides    

Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes
With some teamwork and coaching from your adventuresome guides and a hearty dose of character-building sweat, you can row your way downriver frontier-style!

Please note: This attraction closes at dusk. Guests with disabilities should proceed to the attraction exit via the ramp next to the lower-level stairs of Hungry Bear Restaurant.

The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh
Join Winnie the Pooh and his pals on a journey through the Hundred Acre Wood in search of -- what else -- hunny in The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh where the whimsical storybooks come to life before your very eyes.

Please note: Guests with wheelchairs should enter through the standard attraction queue, then contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Guests with the ability to do so will be asked to transfer to a standard wheelchair. Guests who remain in their wheelchairs may wait for an accessible vehicle which does not contain an active motion base, as do other vehicles.

Splash Mountain
Join Brer Rabbit and his Song of the South pals for a log ride filled with more zip-a-dee-doo-dah adventure than you can shake a stick at. Plenty of sunshine headed your way ... plenty of water, too, thanks to the wild 'n' wet five-story drop!

Please note: To ride this high-speed, turbulent flume attraction, you should be in good health and free from heart conditions, back or neck problems, motion sickness, or other physical conditions that could be aggravated. Children under age 8 must be accompanied by a responsible person. Service animals may not accompany guests on this attraction. You may get very wet. Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the exit located across from Pooh Corner, and contact a Cast Member at the unload area for boarding instructions.Guests must transfer from their wheelchairs to experience this attraction.

Teddi Barra's Swingin' Arcade
If you're in the mood for the fastest fun in the West, Teddi Barra's got you covered with her collection of country-themed arcade games. There is an additional fee for this attraction.

 
FantasylandDisneyland Rides    

Alice In Wonderland
If today's your "unbirthday," there's no better place to celebrate it than with Alice in her fantastical world called Wonderland! Her friends Tweedledee, Tweedledum, the Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts can't wait to see you, and who knows -- the Mad Hatter might just serve a special "unbirthday" cake in your honor!

Please note: Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the access gate on the far left of the attraction and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Service animals are not recommended on this attraction.

Casey Jr. Circus Train
This little train gives you quite a ride, up hills and above the charming miniature villages of the Storybook Land Canal Boats-and just when you think it's over, the energetic Casey Jr. Circus Train is just getting started!

Please note: Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the exit located to the far left and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Service animals are not recommended on this attraction.

Dumbo The Flying Elephant
The famous elephant with the oversized ears and his steadfast pal Timothy Mouse will take you for a flight above Fantasyland. Just push the lever inside your Dumbo up to go higher or down to descend.

Please note: Guests with disabilities should proceed to the designated gate located across from King Arthur Carrousel and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions.

Fantasyland Theatre
Come to where Broadway meets Disneyland park! Watch as Disney animated classics and new musical productions come to life in the enchanting Fantasyland Theatre. The current list of shows can be found in the Disneyland Today brochure you receive when you enter the Park.

"It's A Small World"
All corners of the globe unite in this worldwide ode to peace and harmony, originally created by Walt Disney for the 1964 New York World's Fair. Over 250 toys and some 300 Audio-Animatronics dolls wearing costumes from 100 countries help bring this marvelous spectacle to life.

Please note: Guests with wheelchairs should proceed down the designated ramp located to the immediate left of the attraction entrance, then contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Guests who wish to remain in their wheelchairs may wait for an accessible vehicle.

King Arthur Carrousel
His majesty would approve of all 72 white prancing horses. Each one is carved and painted by hand, so no two are alike. Most of these 19th-century horses were made in Germany and found after six decades of neglect in Coney Island.

Please note: Guests with wheelchairs should enter through the attraction entrance and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Service animals are not recommended on this attraction.

Mad Tea Party
If spinning is your cup of tea, you'll be dizzy with laughter. The "unbirthday" party sequence of the film, Alice in Wonderland, is the inspiration for this attraction. Best to eat after your spin, not just before.

Please note: Guests who are prone to motion sickness should not ride. Service animals may not accompany Guests on this attraction. Guests with disabilities should detach the short rope on the side of the entrance turnstile and move freely around Theater.

Matterhorn sleds
Ascend the icy slopes of Matterhorn mountain, then get ready for a breathtaking race to the bottom! Oh, did we mention that the Abominable Snowman has been particularly hungry lately?

Please note: For safety and comfort, you should be in good health and free from heart, back, or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride. Young children should be accompanied by an adult. Persons who do not meet the three-year minimum age requirement may not ride. Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the standard queue, proceed to the loading area and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Guests must transfer from their wheelchairs to experience this attraction.

Mr. Toad's Wild Ride
You never know what's around the corner when you ride with Mr. Toad! Climb into your very own buggy and hang on, because the wacky characters from the Disney classic The Wind in the Willows are gonna take you on a road trip you won't soon forget!

Please note: Contains strobe-lighting effects. Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the exit on the far right and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Service animals are not recommended on this attraction.

Peter Pan's Flight
In the immortal words of Peter Pan, "C'mon everybody, here we go!" Hop aboard an airborne pirate ship for an unbelievable flight over London. Then it's off to Never Land -- but watch out, Captain Hook's not far behind!

Please note: Guests with disabilities should enter through the standard queue. Service animals are not permitted on this attraction.

Pinocchio's Daring Journey
With a little help from Jiminy Cricket, maybe you can save Pinocchio from the perils of Pleasure Island. And perhaps, if you wish upon a star, our little marionette's dream will come true and he'll become a real boy after all.

Please note: Guests with disabilities should enter through the standard queue. Please be aware that bumping may occur on this attraction. Service animals are not permitted on this attraction.

Sleeping Beauty Castle
The majestic centerpiece to Disneyland park, Sleeping Beauty Castle is the portal to all that awaits you in Fantasyland -- and an attraction itself. Through the back entrance you can walk through the castle's darkened hallways and follow the story of Sleeping Beauty, told in a charming miniature diorama.

Snow White's Scary Adventure
Experience the adventure of Walt Disney's first full-length animated film, as the Evil Queen transforms into a grizzled old woman to tempt Snow White with the poison apple, and Snow White's seven little friends set out to help save her.

Please note: Some scenes and Characters may be too scary for young children. Service animals are not recommended on this attraction. For Guests with disabilities, ramps are located on either end of the boardwalk.

Snow White Grotto
Just to the right of the entrance to Sleeping Beauty Castle you'll find a peaceful grotto, with white marble statuettes of Snow White and her friends -- including the Seven Dwarfs and a few frolicking fish. And if you stand near the wishing well, you just might hear Snow White singing.

Storybook Land Canal Boats
Take a laid-back canal cruise past meticulously crafted miniature dioramas from classic Disney films -- from Pinocchio's cobblestone village to Aladdin's Agrabah, and from Alice's Wonderland to the party where Cinderella met Prince Charming.

Please note: Guests with disabilities should detach the short rope on the side of the entrance turnstile and move freely around Theater.

 
FrontierlandDisneyland Rides    

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
The sleepy town of Big Thunder is awakened with a bang when a runaway mine train comes racing through -- with you onboard! Thundering through bat caves and caverns, past falling rocks and tumbling waterfalls, you'll be lucky to return in one piece ... especially if the coyotes and rattlers have anything to say about it!

Please note: For safety and comfort, you should be in good health and free from heart, back, or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride. Young children should be accompanied by an adult.Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the standard queue, proceed to the loading area and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Guests must transfer from their wheelchairs to experience this attraction.

Frontierland Shootin' Exposition
There's nothing like a little target practice "on the range" to make you feel like a real Old West sharp-shooter. Davy Crockett would be proud!

Please note: There is an additional charge for this attraction. For Guests with disabilities, ramps are located on both sides of the arcade area. Gun positions on the left side of the arcade can accommodate Guests using wheelchairs and Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs).

The Golden Horseshoe Stage
Grab a cheeseburger, some chuck-wagon chili, or a show-stealing dessert, then grab a seat before the fun begins. Continuous seating, features shows throughout the day.

Mark Twain Riverboat
Climb aboard the majestic stern-wheeler Mark Twain and take a relaxing trip down the Rivers of America with a one-of-a-kind view of New Orleans Square, Critter Country, and Tom Sawyer Island ... and a few surprises along the way!

Sailing Ship Columbia
You can't miss this ten gun, three-masted vessel. She's an 84-foot-tall beauty, and a full-scale replica of the first American ship to sail around the world. Once you're on deck, step below to the nautical museum and see what life was like for the original crew.

Please note: Operates seasonally and on higher-attendance days. Closes at dusk.

Tom Sawyer Island
The ultimate playground for the Tom Sawyer in us all. Hop a raft across the Rivers of America, play on Teetering Rock, cross the precarious Suspension Bridge, explore the dreaded Injun Joe's Cave and much more. There's so much to do, you could be here all day!

Please note: Rafts and Tom Sawyer Island close at dusk.

 
Main Street USADisneyland Rides    

Disneyland Railroad
The turn-of-the-century Main Street Station is the perfect place to hop aboard one of Disneyland park's four authentic steam-powered locomotives for a relaxing 1.5-mile jaunt around Disneyland park including an exciting trip into the Grand Canyon and Primeval World. You can disembark at New Orleans Square, Mickey's Toontown, Tomorrowland, or back at Main Street, U.S.A.

Fire Engine
It's the Disneyland park version of an early-model fire engine, ready to rescue tired or hurried feet and whisk them safely to the other end of Main Street, U.S.A. The fire engine picks up in Town Square and near Sleeping Beauty Castle in the Central Plaza.

Horse-Drawn Streetcars
The clip-clop of the Belgian draft horse means an old-time horse-drawn streetcar is pulling up to take you on a one-way trip down Main Street, U.S.A. Streetcars pick up in Town Square and near Sleeping Beauty Castle in Central Plaza.

Horseless Carriage
Meticulously modeled after horseless carriages from 1903, these autos of yesteryear offer a one-of-a-kind trip down Main Street, U.S.A. They pick up in Town Square and near Sleeping Beauty Castle in Central Plaza.

Main Street Cinema
Mickey, Minnie, and the rest of the gang star in cartoon classics that play on six different screens in the Main Street Cinema. The crowd favorite is the 1928 Steamboat Willie, the first synchronized-sound cartoon, in which Mickey and Minnie made their debut.

Please note: Guests with disabilities should detach the short rope on the side of the entrance turnstile and move freely around Theater.

Omnibus
Though capable of attaining speeds of up to 60 miles an hour, the Disneyland Omnibus doesn't cruise down Main Street, U.S.A. quite that fast. A 45-passenger bus modeled after the 1920 New York City double-decker, the Omnibus picks up in Town Square and near Sleeping Beauty Castle in Central Plaza.

The Walt Disney Story, Featuring "Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln"
This classic Disneyland park attraction has been revamped in an impressive marriage of state-of-the-art sound, actual period photographs, a new interactive storyline and, of course, the Audio-Animatronics figure of Abraham Lincoln himself. You'll experience the life and times of the Civil War period firsthand as you are sent into battle and wounded, introduced to President Lincoln and compelled to watch his emotional Gettysburg Address -- a truly great moment in American history.

 
New Orleans SquareDisneyland Rides    

The Disney Gallery
Housed above Pirates of the Caribbean, the Disney Gallery, featuring archival paintings, models, and exhibits, is one of Disneyland park's hidden treasures. Stop in for a veritable cornucopia of Disney past, present, and future.

Please note: Wheelchair access is available via elevator. Contact a Cast Member in Le Bat en Rouge for assistance.

Disneyland Railroad
Enjoy a 1.5 mile jaunt around Disneyland park, including an exciting trip into the Grand Canyon and Primeval World. You can disembark at Mickey's Toontown, Tomorrowland, Main Street, U.S.A., or back in New Orleans Square.

Haunted Mansion
Welcome to the Haunted Mansion, home of 999 happy haunts, where there's "always room for one more." Inside, you'll hop on a "Doom Buggy" to get in the "spirit" of things. Outside the mansion, check out the cemetery. You'll die laughing when you read the epitaphs.

Please note: The ride itself is gentle, but young children may be frightened by the special effects. Guests with wheelchairs should enter through the standard queue, proceed to the front porch and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Service animals are not recommended on this attraction.

Pirates Of The Caribbean
If it's pirate lore, sunken treasure, and villainy that ye be seekin', you've dropped your hook in the right harbor. A rag-tag band of marauding pirates has overtaken a Caribbean village, looting and setting ablaze everything in sight ... including yer boat if yer not careful, matey!

Please note: Young children may be frightened by the special effects. Service animals are not recommended on this attraction. Guests must negotiate steps when boarding and disembarking the boat. Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the exit to the left of the Blue Bayou Restaurant and proceed through the designated access gate on the left and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions.

 
TomorrowlandDisneyland Rides    

Astro Orbitor
Climb into your own rocket jet and soar high above Tomorrowland in the Jules Verne-inspired Astro Orbitor. Just a touch of the rocket's lever takes you higher ... and higher ... and higher, for one of the greatest views in all of Disneyland park!

Please note: Young children must be accompanied by an adult to ride. During inclement weather this attraction may not be operating. Guests with disabilities should proceed to the top of the exit ramp and wait behind the yellow line for a Cast Member to provide boarding instructions. A limited number of wheelchairs and Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) can be accommodated onboard the last car of the train via a ramp located inside the boarding area.

Autopia
When Disneyland park first opened in 1955, Autopia was one of the 20 original attractions. When the Autopia cars first took to the road, they captured America's fascination with the latest transportation innovation, the "freeway." Adults and children alike could experience the thrill of driving in their own cars. Today, Autopia readies itself for a new generation of drivers with new cars, new roadways, and an experience of viewing the world as seen by the cars themselves. Presented by Chevron, this remodeled attraction is filled with humor and offers new interactive surprises! So get behind the wheel of "Suzy," a cute coupe; "Dusty," an off-road vehicle; or "Sparky," a stylish sports car. You'll experience the world from a car's perspective, cruising the unique roadways of Autopia. The new route takes you around curves, over bridges, and through a "Car Park." You'll even find yourself navigating your car off-road. So don't miss the excitement when the checkered flag is waved once again and Autopia literally puts you back in the driver's seat.

Please note: Bumping may occur. Expectant mothers and children under 12 months should not ride. In order to ride alone, you must be at least 52" tall. Guests with wheelchairs should enter through the standard queue and proceed around the tower to the stairway where a Cast Member will offer elevator access assistance.

Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters
Join Buzz Lightyear and battle against evil in an out-of-this-world, interactive adventure that puts you in command of your own Star Cruiser.

Please note: Young children should be accompanied by an adult. Guests with disabilities should proceed to the top of the exit ramp and wait behind the yellow line for a Cast Member to provide boarding instructions. A limited number of wheelchairs and Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) can be accommodated onboard the last car of the train via a ramp located inside the boarding area.

Disneyland Monorail
This "highway in the sky" quietly whisks you around Tomorrowland and Downtown Disney District. The sleek Monorail system was the first one in America to operate daily.

Please note: Guests disembarking at the Downtown Disney station may reenter the Park later in the day by having their hand stamped and retaining their Disneyland Passport.

Disneyland Railroad
If you're running short of time and want to see the Grand Canyon and Primeval World dioramas, board the train at Tomorrowland and disembark at the next stop, Main Street, U.S.A. Talk about a time warp.

Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage
Dive to new depths of excitement as Nemo and his friends from the Disney-Pixar film "Finding Nemo" make a splash at Disneyland Park. Submarines will once again be submerged in the sparkling waters of the Tomorrowland Lagoon where you become an undersea explorer, discovering colorful reefs, ancient ruins, and an erupting volcano! Plus, you'll come face-to-fin with Dory, Marlin, Bruce the Shark and other characters from the hit movie. It's a "must sea" attraction!

Please note: Guests must be ambulatory to experience the attraction. For wheelchair access, enter through the standard queue. An accessible experience is available.

"Honey, I Shrunk The Audience"
Wayne Szalinski's just arrived to accept his Inventor of the Year Award, when his newest creation goes awry ... and you're caught in the middle! It's a totally 3-D adventure you'll experience from head to toe. Rick Moranis reprises his role from the original hit movie, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, and in this episode he's truly larger than life!

Please note: This attraction contains strobe-lighting and other special effects that may be too intense for some Guests. The floor moves during certain portions of the film. Service animals are not recommended on this attraction. Guests with disabilities should proceed through the standard queue and enter Theater using the designated doors. Due to limited seating, Guests with wheelchairs and Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) and one companion may be seated next to each other. Additional party members will be seated as close as possible.

Innoventions
Get a preview of new technologies that have just arrived and those just around the corner. Learn through "whole-body" interactive experiences how leading companies are making the world a brighter place. Expect to be wowed! You'll meet Tom Morrow, your witty, almost-human, pre-show host. He's the cutting edge in Audio-Animatronics, and he'll get you charged up for all the thrilling things you're about to see and do. Then step inside the two-story revolving building and venture forth in five "zones" of exploration: Entertainment, Home, Transportation, the Info Zone, and Sports & Health. Meet the family of the future in live presentations, and let cast Members direct the fun with live presentations and fast-paced activities. You will be totally engaged. Best of all, you get a chance to interact not just with technology, but with your family and friends. You team up for game show-style fun. Parents learn from their computer-savvy kids. And everyone walks away embracing new technology and how it can make life better for all of us.

Please note: Guests may need to transfer from or be able to leave their wheelchairs for short periods of time to fully experience certain exhibits. To access the lower level, enter through the standard queue. To access the second level, proceed to the elevator. Contact a Cast Member for additional information.

Space Mountain
Quite possibly the most fantastic roller coaster ever built, Space Mountain takes you on a daring, high-speed trek through space, accompanied by a sci-fi soundtrack that makes the action even more mind-blowing!

Please note: For safety and comfort, you should be in good health and free from heart, back, or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride. Young children should be accompanied by an adult. Contains strobe-lighting effects. Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the access gate just inside the attraction exit on the left and proceed down the ramp to the boarding area and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Guests must negotiate steps when boarding and disembarking the attraction.

Star Tours
What you thought would be a leisurely tourist trip to the Endor Moon quickly turns into a heart-pounding warp-speed adventure filled with ice cavern asteroid fields and a heroic sortie to destroy the dreaded Death Star. From the brilliant minds of George Lucas and the Disney Imagineers.

Please note: For safety and comfort, you should be in good health and free from heart, back, or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride. Young children should be accompanied by an adult. Persons who do not meet the 40-inch (102 cm) minimum height requirement AND three-year minimum age requirement may not ride. Contains strobe-lighting effects. Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the standard queue, proceed to the loading area and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. Guests must transfer from their wheelchairs to experience this attraction.

Starcade
The world's best video games await you at Starcade. From the classics to the newest state-of-the-art technologies, there's something here for every game-lover!

Please note: Guests may remain in their wheelchairs for this attraction. Proceed up the ramp to the far right of the front yard and enter the standard queue. There is an additional fee for this attraction.

 
ToontownDisneyland Rides    

Chip 'N Dale Treehouse
Chip 'n Dale, two of the nuttiest guys in Toontown, are having a party in their treehouse, and you're invited-so scurry up the spiral staircase and check out the digs!

Please note: This attraction requires Guests to negotiate narrow, winding stairs.

Disneyland Railroad
There's no wackier place to catch the Disneyland Railroad than at the Toontown train station. Hop aboard one of four authentic steam-powered locomotives for a relaxing 1.5-mile jaunt around Disneyland park, including an exciting trip into the Grand Canyon and Primeval World. You can disembark at Tomorrowland, Main Street, U.S.A., New Orleans Square, or back at Mickey's Toontown.

Donald's Boat
The Miss Daisy , which looks very much like its owner, is docked in the shallow waters of Toon Lake. Would-be sailors can climb the rope ladder or spiral staircase and help steer and navigate this double-decker houseboat.

Please note: This attraction requires Guests to negotiate steps and narrow passages. Guests with wheelchairs should proceed to the attraction exit and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions.

Gadget's Go Coaster
Only a brilliant mouse like Gadget could invent such a crazy ride -- it twists, it turns, it's up, it's down... now watch out, here comes a high-speed splashdown into Toon Lake!

Please note: Guests must be at least three years old to ride. Expectant mothers should not ride. Service animals may not accompany Guests on this attraction. Guests in wheelchairs should enter through the exit and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions.

Goofy's Bounce House
Check your shoes at the door and get ready for the most inflated fun you've ever had. Practically everything in Goofy's house is bounce-able, from the walls to the furniture, and even the fireplace. Watch for ricocheting children!

Jolly Trolley
It's one fun, roundabout way to get from one end of Toontown to the other. This trolley doesn't glide. It rolls, jiggles, and weaves along the track that circles two fountains with character.

Mickey's House And Meet Mickey
You're always welcome at Mickey's house, where you'll find the wackiest creature comforts in Toontown! Your grand tour takes you into the main house, through the laundry room, and back to the green house, and ends up in the Movie Barn, where you can meet and have your picture taken with the world's most famous Mouse!

Minnie's House
The furnishings here are as charming and cute as Minnie herself, so be sure and drop in for a visit. And if you're in the mood for food, cake's already rising (and falling!) in the oven, and the fridge is stocked with every type of cheese known to mouse.

Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin
This is one wacky interactive ride. Hop in a cab as you zig, zag, swerve, slide, and -- oh, no! -- spin out of control! By turning the steering wheel, you change the direction the cab is pointing, so you can experience something different every time. No shortage of hare-raising thrills here.

Please note: Contains strobe-lighting effects. Guests with disabilities should proceed through the standard queue and enter Theater using the designated doors. Due to limited seating, Guests with wheelchairs and Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) and one companion may be seated next to each other. Additional party members will be seated as close as possible.

 
Live ShowsDisneyland Rides    

Billy Hill & The Hillbillies
A lively mix of foot-stomping bluegrass and slapstick comedy, these four brothers, all named Billy, put on quite a show! You'll find them performing around Frontierland, including on the stage at the Golden Horseshoe.

Character Meet And Greet
Your favorite Disney Characters -- from Mickey and Minnie to Snow White, Goofy, Pooh, and Ariel -- are always out and about, posing for photos, signing autographs or just plain acting silly. The best places to look for your friendly pals are Mickey's Movie Barn and Minnie's House in Toontown, Main Street Town Square, Critter Country, Fantasyland, and of course, character dining offered at the Disneyland Resort Hotels.

Classic Disney Princess Storytelling
Come inside the most magical shop in all of Fantasyland, the Tinker Bell Toy Shop, and live a fairy tale as it's told by one of Disney's classic princesses.

Fantasmic
Mickey battles evil and conjures good in a musical pyrotechnic spectacular with magnificent floating scenes and effects that will leave you breathless!

Remember... Dreams Come True
Be a part of Disney's biggest nighttime celebration! Be dazzled as 50 years of Disneyland Resort wishes and dreams turn the night sky into a colorful canvas.

Snow White: An Enchanting Musical
Journey into the heart of the Enchanted Forest as the timeless tale of Snow White leaps off the screen and onto the stage. Join Snow White, the Evil Queen, the Magic Mirror, and of course, Dopey and the rest of the Dwarfs as they bring the classic fairy tale to life.

Sword In The Stone Ceremony
This is your chance to get into the act, especially if you're a kid. Merlin the Magician selects youngsters from the audience to test their strength and courage. Whoever succeeds in removing the sword from the stone is appointed king or queen of the realm.

Walt Disney's Parade of Dreams
Experience a dream come true in this all-new entertainment spectacle that combines music, lights and your favorite Disney Characters. Marvel at the stunning pageantry of the most amazing parade ever to make its way down Main Street, U.S.A. This dazzling display is the ultimate tribute to 50 years of Disney magic.

 
 
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