Disneyland Anaheim Holiday Packages
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From short breaks to romantic escapes, there’s dozens of holiday packages to choose from in Disneyland Anaheim. Compare the holidays available on your travel dates and choose from dozens of hotel and flights packages, with a handful of extras from free room upgrades to an included breakfast buffet.
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What are the best things to do in Disneyland Anaheim?
Book a character breakfast
The perfect way to start any Disneyland Anaheim adventure is with a character breakfast - especially if it's your child's first time visiting the theme park. It's a great activity for all ages, and you'll get to dine on Mickey Mouse-shaped waffles and meet some of the iconic Disney characters! One thing to keep in mind is that the character breakfast books out months in advance. As soon as you buy your Disneyland holiday packages, make your breakfast reservation at the same time!
Indiana Jones Adventure
The Indiana Jones Adventure is one of the top rides at Disney Anaheim, and it's a thrilling ride that everyone in the family will enjoy. It features fire explosions, a collapsing bridge, rolling boulders and more as it brings to life some of the most treacherous parts of the famous movie franchise.
Pirates of the Caribbean
Hop on board this boat ride and sail past scenes from Disney's multi-billion dollar blockbuster movie franchise. It's one of the most popular rides at Disneyland Anaheim, so it’s always best to make a beeline for the queue as soon as you arrive if you want to hang out with Captain Jack Sparrow and his motley crew..
Booking Disneyland holiday packages over Halloween? Go ghost-hunting at the Haunted Mansion. From late September to early January, the Haunted Mansion gets a seasonal makeover transforming into a Nightmare Before Christmas overlay.
Mad Tea Party
Does your little one love all things Alice in Wonderland? Don't miss out on taking them for a spin on the Mad Tea Party ride at Disneyland Anaheim. It's not an action-packed ride, so it's a good choice if you want to rest your feet and take things easy for a few minutes. Plus, the cute and vibrant props will make an adorable backdrop for some family photos!
What are the top tips for travelling with children to Disneyland Anaheim?
Children of all ages (and adults) will love exploring Disneyland. However, the age of your kid means you'll need to consider a few things before you arrive. For example, kids under three enter the park for free. You’ll also need to plan ahead about how best to get around the park, taking into consideration how long little feet can last and if you’ll have to spend a portion of your day carrying or piggy-backing any of your troop.
Hire a stroller
You can rent a stroller at Disneyland Anaheim or bring one with you. For families with smaller children, having a stroller or pram is almost an essential and will make moving through the park more manageable. You’ll also be able to get between the different rides a little bit faster. If your little one gets tired, the stroller doubles as a comfy napping spot.
If you're buying Disneyland holiday packages and are planning the ultimate day out with your kids, don’t forget to pack extra snacks! It is a bit of a no-brainer, but having your own snacks on-hand means being able to avoid any hunger-induced tantrums or meltdowns if you can’t make it to one of the outlets or restaurants fast enough. Packing your own munchies is also a great money-saver, as you won’t have to rely on the (often expensive) treats sold throughout the park.
Best places to nap
When you're travelling with small children, naps are an essential. Some of the rides at the park even make great opportunity for napping, such as the 20-minute Mark Twain Riverboat. This joyride also means you get to rest your own feet!
For nursing, Disneyland Anaheim has the Huggies Baby Care Centre. It's located on Main Street USA, and you'll find nursing areas, changing tables and a kitchen for prepping formula.
What should I know before visiting Disneyland?
Avoid long lines and wait times
Once you've bought your Disneyland holiday packages, download the park’s official app. It is a great way to see in advance how long the expected wait at each ride will be, meaning you can plan your day accordingly. You can also buy a FastPass for the most popular rides. Both will help you save time, and you'll get to enjoy more of the park.
Buy souvenirs when you arrive
Don't leave your souvenir shopping for the end of the day, as this is often when the stores are at their busiest. Instead, spend a few minutes browsing as soon as you arrive. With smaller crowds, the shopping experience can be less stressful and won’t mean you need to double back on your way out.
Pack the right clothes
If you're spending the whole day at Disney Anaheim, you'll need to pack a few warm layers. While the days can get hot, the temperature can drop as soon as the sun goes down. Another absolute must is putting thought into your footwear - comfortable shoes are a necessity! You're going to be running around and standing in line all day, so making sure your feet are taken care of will help avoid any blisters or rubbing. Sneakers and worn-in walking shoes are the best bet.
Arrive as early as possible
The earlier you arrive at Disney Anaheim, the better. The crowds are smaller, the queues are shorter, and you’ll likely have to spend less time standing in any lines. When booking your Disneyland Anaheim packages, look for a hotel with a location relatively close to the park. No matter what time you arrive at the park however, don’t forget to swing past City Hall to pick up your ‘My First Trip to Disneyland’ souvenir badge!