One of the many animated displays inside 'Its A Small World". There are some 250 toys and 300 audio-animatronic dolls bringing each scene into life.
You take jump aboard the big eared 'Dumbo' and his pal 'Timothy Mouse' and go for a flight over Fantasyland.
Now I passed on this one… I was just content to take a photo.
You enter Fantasyland through the Sleeping Beauty Castle and into all the magical fairy-tail worlds of Snow White, Mr Toad, Cinderella, Dumbo, Pinocchio and many others.
What a wonderful steamboat where you can take a nice slow leisurely trip down the Rivers of America with a great view of New Orleans Square, Critter Country and Tom Sawyer Island.
Lots of western themed shows, shops and food outlets in this area. Its really back to the Old West days.
The river has early sailing ships and canoes of the American pioneer.
A fun area of sunken treasure and marauding pirates all looking to take over a village or ship even if it means setting everything ablaze.
King Arthur wanders around Main Street and was from the disney movie 'The Sword and the Stone'. These characters are great with the little kids.
Anaheim is famous for being the home of Disneyland, the first Disney theme park. I have to admit that I loved it on my first visit but I got bored with the idea very quickly.
Great Thunder Mountain is a replica of a runaway mine train which is of the roller coaster type. There were no dramatic dips, just going moderately fast on one's side.
An exhilirating ride that moves in the darkness of space. You need to do this one at least 2 times :)
A really great area with an atmosphere of the south with jazz sounds and great food. A real timeless feel about the area.
The gorgeous Belgian draft horse and old fashioned horsedrawn streetcar will take you on a one-way ride down Main Street.
The Fire Station houses a version of an early model fire engine. It will pick up in Town Square and take you for a ride.
This is the place to get your maps and info on the park. You can also change your currency here. A good place to start at.
If you can't afford tickets inside DIsneyland, you can still take the kids to the Downtown Disney shopping district and create the illusion of being there.