What to see during Disneyland Travel
Finish Summer with a Disneyland VacationSomehow the Fourth of July has already come and gone and we are nearing the home stretch of summer. Soon, back-to-school shopping will begin. If you haven’t already taken a summer vacation with your family, then this is the time to start planning a trip to end your summer with a bang. If you’re looking for the perfect place to go with your family before school starts, look no further than Disneyland. Not only is the weather in Southern California sure to be picturesque, but Disneyland’s birthday is coming up on July 17, and there is sure to be a celebration. A Disneyland vacation is something every kid is dreams of, and with endless options for parents to enjoy as well, it is perfect for the entire family. The Parking Spot has found the best highlights and attractions in Disneyland for you: Fantasyland “What youngster has not dreamed of flying with Peter Pan over London, or tumbling into Alice’s nonsensical Wonderland,” as Walt Disney himself noted. At Fantasyland, children can let their imagination run wild and experience things that they have only dreamed of. One of the most famous rides in Fantasyland is also one of the oldest: Peter Pan’s Flight. The ride takes guests on an adventure with Peter Pan over London and to Neverland, where they’ll see things like the Indian Village, Mermaid Lagoon and Skull Rock. Other attractions include Alice in Wonderland, the King Arthur Carrousel and Pinocchio’s Daring Journey. Frontierland “Frontierland. It is here that we experience the story of our country's past. The color, romance and drama of frontier America as it developed from wilderness trails to roads, riverboats, railroads and civilization. A tribute to the faith, courage and ingenuity of our hearty pioneers who blaze the trails and made this progress possible,” said Disney of Frontierland. When it opened, Frontierland had few attractions, but this is far from the case today. Visitors can now experience the American frontier through attractions like Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, the Mark Twain Riverboat, Big Thunder Ranch and the Frontierland Shootin’ Exposition. Mickey’s Toontown It goes without saying that no Disney related adventure is complete without seeing the world’s most famous mouse: Mickey. At Mickey’s Toontown, kids will get to see Mickey and experience life in his world. This unique part of Disneyland gets its theme from Toontown in the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Unlike many other lands, Mickey’s Toontown can only be experienced at Disneyland and Disneyland Tokyo, making this a must see attraction during your visit. Other highlights in the park include the Chip ‘n Dale Treehouse, Disneyland Railroad, Goofy’s Playhouse and more. You can even grab a snack at Pluto’s Dog House, Toon up Treats, Clarabelle’s Frozen Yogurt or Daisy’s Diner.