When planning a vacation to Disneyland, you’ll want to have enough days to discover two amazing theme parks—Disney’s California Adventure® Park featuring the 12-acre Cars Land and the one-and-only original Disneyland® Park with its world-famous attractions and beloved Disney characters.
Disneyland Park was the first of the two theme parks located in the Disneyland Resort. The park is divided into nine themed lands—Main Street U.S.A., Adventureland, New Orleans Square, Critter Country, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Frontierland, Fantasyland, Mickey’s Toontown, and Tomorrowland.
There is so much to see and do at this park with rides for all ages! You won’t want to miss the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge attraction.
In addition to rides, Disneyland offers shows, character encounters, fireworks, special events, parades and more!
Disney’s California Adventure Park
Disney’s California Adventure Park is divided into seven themed lands—Buena Vista Street, Hollywood Land, Cars Land, Grizzly Peak, Pacific Wharf, Pixar Pier, and Paradise Gardens Park.
There is a land with something for everyone in your family! In the summer of 2020, you can team up with the Avengers at a campus Disney has created to recruit the next generation of heroes.
Located in Anaheim California, the Disneyland Resort is made up of about 500 acres with three Disney-owned resorts to choose from. Each hotel offers first-class amenities and a relaxed, family-centered environment.
You can enjoy Downtown Disney® District, an eclectic entertainment, dining, and shopping district that is just steps away from the Disneyland Resort hotels. Your family vacation is more magical than ever at the Disneyland Resort!
The Disneyland Hotel is located in the heart of Disneyland, just steps away from the Downtown Disney District and a short walk to both Disneyland Park and Disney’s California Adventure Park.
Guests staying at the Disneyland Hotel will enjoy the theming and magic of Disney past and present. Resort amenities include themed pools with water slides, signature suites, and an array of dining options.
Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel
Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel celebrates the heyday of California beachfront boardwalks and offers a variety of amenities including dining, shopping, and recreation. Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel is the furthest of the three Disney resorts from the parks. If you’re timing the walk into the front gates of either Disneyland Park or Disney’s California Adventure, plan on about 15 minutes. Paradise Pier Hotel is about a five minute walk to the entrance of Downtown Disney District.
Disney’s Grand Californian Resort & Spa
Disney’s Grand Californian Resort & Spa is the closest of the three Disney Resorts to the theme parks. Step outside of the hotel into the Downtown Disney District or use a dedicated entrance to Disney’s California Adventure Park.
Hotel amenities include award-winning dining, character meals, shopping and recreation activities. The hotel’s Tenaya Stone Spa is set to open in the spring of 2020. Guests also have the option to stay at The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Resort & Spa. Considered a Disney Vacation Club, resort guests can choose a variety of villa type rooms to meet their needs.
There are a variety of dining options available at Disneyland Park and Disney’s California Adventure Park. From quick-service restaurants to upscale dining venues, there is something for everyone.
The Plaza Inn is one of the original landmarks at Disneyland Park. It’s a Victorian-style restaurant offering traditional American fare. This location is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Don’t forget to rise and shine with Minnie and Friends for the popular character meal!
Oga’s Cantina at the Disneyland Resort
Welcome to the local cantina, where bounty hunters, smugglers, rogue traders and weary travelers of all ages come together to refuel, enjoy music and conduct meetings—no questions asked. Step inside this notorious local watering hole to partake of unique concoctions for all ages.
Flo’s V8 Café
You can cruise into this Route 66 inspired diner. The cuisine consists of American comfort food with a new spin. The café serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Carthay Circle Restaurant
Located in Disney’s California Adventure Park, Carthay Circle Restaurants serves sophisticated cuisine and retro cocktails. Open for lunch and dinner, you’ll love this upscale restaurant experience with a seasonal menu that focuses on Southern California flavors.