Disneyland Theme Park has made dreams come true since 1955. It's the only Disney theme park built under the supervision of Walt Disney, the animator behind Mickey Mouse, Snow White, Alice and Wonderland, and many other beloved family-friendly films.

Disneyland is a destination for tourists from around the world. Since it's opening day in Anaheim, California, over 50 years ago, Disneyland has welcomed over 650 million guests, and this number grows, years after year - much like the theme park itself. Originally, Disneyland featured 8 fun-filled theme lands — Main Street, U.S.A., Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Mickey’s Toontown, Frontierland, Critter Country, New Orleans Square, and Adventureland.

As countless families continued to visit the park, Disneyland expanded, offering more exciting lands to explore with 2001's Grizzly Peak, Paradise Pier, Pacific Wharf, "a bug’s land", Hollywood Land, Cars Land, and the much-anticipated, Star Wars: Galaxy Edge.

Disneyland Attractions

In addition to two theme parks, Disneyland has three on-site resorts and various other fun-filled attractions for your family to enjoy, including:

Whether you are ready to shop until you drop, take in live entertainment from your children's favorite characters, or want to enjoy the guest-only benefits of staying at a Disney theme park resort, Disneyland offers something for everyone.

Benefits of Staying at a Disneyland Resort

Planning a visit to Disneyland? Stay at a luxurious Disneyland Resort Hotel. Guests are privy to many benefits, including Extra Magic Hour, special park entrances, character dining, wake-up calls from favorite Disney characters, and access to themed pools, spas, and more.

If you want to make your trip to Disneyland as magical and memorable as possible, and don't want to worry about the hassle of transportation, booking last-minute reservations, or trying to figure out the best dining and shopping facilities, consider booking a Disneyland theme park resort stay with one of our spectacular travel agents.