Posted 4 days ago
do you know how it looks at disney, ca now in september?
Anonymous asked

This is one of the best times to go! School is back in, weather is cooled down a bit, crowds aren’t bad. :)

Posted 4 days ago

tiffanymingphotography:

I visit Carsland in Disneyland California to see just how authentic it is to the movie.
Hint: It’s very!

Full album here.

Posted 4 days ago

Oswald the Lucky Rabbit character debut at Disney California Adventure (x)

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Posted 4 days ago

Important:

The Haunted Mansion opens back up tomorrow!!!

(Source: yourtriptodisneyland)

Posted 5 days ago
Posted 5 days ago

disneylandguru:

Hidden portrait in the Haunted Mansion. “You may wonder where this mysterious picture is located. It’s actually right at the very end of the ballroom sequence: The wall on the far left of your doombuggy, where you turn to head into the Attic. You may be too busy watching the organist below you, but if you just turn to your left, this woman is staring at you the whole time, from the complete and utter blackness of the wall. Hope it gives you a shiver.”

Posted 5 days ago

alicewhitewood:

This is really neat to see, the new and old versions of the Alice in Wonderland dark ride at Disneyland Resort in California. I like some aspects from both rides, definitely, but I think the newest one looks a lot fresher.

EDIT: Just noticed in the new version the King says “Rule 42: The Queen always wins” when in the movie he says “Rule 42: All persons more than a mile high must leave the court immediately!”

Posted 5 days ago
in your recent hidden mickey reblog where is the mickey in the parking sign in the second picture ?? Please
Anonymous asked

It’s just the picture of the actual Mickey Mouse character on the sign, not too hidden I suppose haha.

Posted 5 days ago
Posted 5 days ago

disneylandguru:

Everyone has been asking me about the long wait to meet Elsa and Anna so here are some tips to make it easier for you.

1)  Pick a day where there isn’t a Magic Hour at Disneyland.  Magic Hours are when one of the parks opens early for guests who are staying at a Disneyland Resort.  If there is a Magic Hour there will already be a long line to see the princesses before you can even get into the park.  Pick a day when there are no Magic Hours.  Or, better yet, when California Adventure has a Magic Hour.  Then all of the resort guests will be over there!  You can find out which park has Magic Hours by viewing the daily schedule (hover over the day and click on “daily schedule”)

2)   some days Anna and Elsa don’t start seeing guests at the same time the park opens.  That means if the park opens at 8 sometimes the Frozen sisters may not start until 10.  So, you will be waiting in line for 2 hours before the characters even get there.  That’s no fun!  You can find out what time they start by looking at their schedule.

3)  Get to the park before the gates open.  You want to be one of the first people in line when the gates open.  Because a majority of the people who are there that early are there for the same reason you are.  When they open the gates (it varies between 7:25 and 7:40 on a day that the park opens at 8) you will want to head towards the statue of Mickey and Walt Disney (in front of the castle) where there could be cast members holding small frozen signs.  All of the lands are roped off until 8 when the park opens.  At 7:50 they will walk you through the castle before the park opens (which is pretty cool) and lead you to the line to meet the Frozen princesses.  If there are no cast members holding signs then go right to the Frozen house (next to the carousel) when they open the ropes. 

4)  If you have another adult with you have them take your child on some rides while you wait.  If you don’t, bring something so they can  occupy themselves. I have tips for this on my blog. Also, don’t panic if your kid has to use the restroom. The cast member can hold your spot. 

5)  Don’t get pissed when they close the door.It will only be for about 10 minutes.  So, don’t panic! You need breaks at your job, and you don’t know what happened while you were waiting in line.

6)  Keep in mind that they do cut off the line about an hour and a half before the characters are done for the day.  You’ll want to check with a cast member the day you are there to confirm that.

  If you have a die hard Frozen fan it is worth it. 

Posted 6 days ago

the-bluebox-boy:

Tony Sherg brings us this collection of wonderfully nostalgic posters for some of our favourite Disney Park attractions.

Posted 1 week ago

So for when I post in the future, I would like to include more: Star Tours, California Adventure dining information, and face characters!

Before I head off for the night, anything else you guys would like to see more of on the blog?

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Posted 1 week ago

Disney Photo Challenge, Day 3: Favorite Ride

The Haunted Mansion

Everyone knows I have multiple favorite rides, so choosing one was hard. Overall I had to go with the Haunted Mansion because it is such a unique ride in every aspect, and when people hear Disneyland, this is one of the rides they think of! From the outside, to the stretching room, to the actual ride…every single step is immersed in detail and I can’t get enough of it. The ride takes you to another world and no matter how many times I ride it never gets old.

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Posted 1 week ago

"The Big 5" Ride Posters

Posted 1 week ago

Some Hidden (or not so hidden) Mickeys before you even enter the park!

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