“It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.” Walt Disney
These parks incorporate themed world class resorts that have something for kids and adults. The parks are filled with kiddie rides and shows to keep toddlers and young kids entertained and action packed thrill rides for the more adventurous folks. After a fun filled day at the parks you can relax at the world class resort next door, many of them have activities for kids so that the parents can enjoy cocktails by the pool or a date night on the town.
Let us help you plan your family trip to one of these amazing theme parks. Remember if you can dream it we can book it!
Day 1: Arrive in Los Angeles, California and check-in to one of the Disney Resort Hotels (Paradise Pier Hotel, Disneyland Hotel, Grand Californian Hotel & Spa)
Day 2: Character Breakfast at one of the Disney venues, Day at Disney’s Magic Kingdom (gain park admission 1 hour before the park opens), end the night by watching the Fantasmic!
Day 3: Day at Disney California Adventure Park (gain park admission 1 hour before park opens) , fixed Lunch at Wine Country Trattoria, Ariel’s Grotto, or Carthay Circle Restaurant and receive preferred FASTPASS to see World of Color show in the evening, end the night by watching the amazing World of Color show.
Day 4: Drive to Legoland (about 1 ½ hours), Spend the day at Legoland – You may choose to go to Knott’s Berry Farm Park instead.
Day 5: Drive to Universal Studios Hollywood for a day at the park.
Day 6: Return home.
Take advantage of the extra hour in the morning to gain admission to the Disney Parks before they open. This allows you to get in a ride or two before the crowds pour in. (This is available to guests of the Disney hotels)
Grab a FASTPASS to one of the popular rides as soon as you enter the park.
Consider booking a Club room at the Disney Hotels – Club rooms come with breakfast, all day snacks & non-alcoholic drinks, and evening cocktails. As an added bonus you may pack snacks and drinks from the club lounge to take into the Disney Parks (outside food other than snacks from the lounges are not allowed in the parks)
Look for the hidden Mickeys – they’re scattered throughout the parks and in the Disney Hotels.
Check out hotel activities such as Character meet & greets, movie night, and more.
“We believed in our idea – a family park where parents and children could have fun- together.” Walt Disney
One of our favorite Disney activities is a the Character Breakfast at a Disney Resort. Until recently we had to fly to Orlando or Los Angeles to participate in this activity at either Disneyland or Disney World. Now we can have breakfast with Mickey and his friends right in our own backyard at Disney’s Aulani Resort and Spa.
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