Disneyland Information

The world first saw Disneyland Park on a televised event on July 17, 1955. Walt Disney, one of the co-founders of Walt Disney Productions, envisioned and oversaw the creation of the theme park. After the production of many successful movies, fans wrote to Disney and expressed a desire to tour the Walt Disney Productions studios. This desire from the fans pushed Disney into creating a park dedicated to the world of his films. Since the theme park's opening, the Disneyland Park has seen almost 600 million visitors.

Disneyland Park is split into several different sections representing a particular theme. On Main Street, visitors will find a street that bears a resemblance to many small American towns in the 1950s. Adventureland takes guests on a number of adventures through exotic locations, including jungles. Frontierland looks to the past with a mock frontier town. In Fantasyland, guests can see their favorite characters from the Disney movies. Tomorrowland beckons visitors to the future through a series of futuristic activities and rides. Since the park's opening, additional sections have been added, including Critter Country and Mickey's Toontown, among others.

Each section of the park is home to a range of memorable and famous rides. Space Mountain, located within Tomorrowland, takes guests on a wild indoor roller coaster ride through space. In Critter Country, thrill-seekers can get another taste of speed on Splash Mountain. On this outdoor ride, guests sit in logs and travel on underwater tracks, culminating in a 53-foot drop at the ride's conclusion. Fans of the Disney movies can head straight to Fantasyland to take in some favorite movie scenes. From flying with Peter Pan over London to traveling with Pinocchio, this section of the park has plenty of fun to offer to the youngest guests. Visitors can also take a ride on the park's monorail system to comfortably travel between different areas of the park.

This park also offers more to guests than just an impressive range of rides for all tastes and ages. As guests wander through the streets of Disneyland Park, they will certainly run into a number of costumed characters from the most popular Disney movies. Guests can even have their picture taken with their favorite characters. The park also offers additional entertainment options, including frequent firework displays and parades. A number of small bands also rove around the park at random, offering guests enjoyable music as they sample the park's delights.

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