Disneyland Monorail Mark 7 in 2014 passing by in California Sun

Disneyland Monorail Stops: All Aboard the MAGIC!

You know it and I am sure you love it! It’s the Disney Monorail. This marvel can be found at several Disney Parks, and some consider it to be an attraction in itself.

The monorail’s connection to Disney Parks is pretty special and fascinating to learn about. Unlike its Disney World counterpart, you don’t necessarily need it to get around Disneyland Resort. But you could be treated to some fun experiences and amazing views.

The Disneyland Monorail is unique in which its great for all ages, perfectly ADA accessible and truly a credit to Walt and his people at Walt Disney Imagineering.

You can the variety of monorail skins, but let’s get into the business of what makes it so special and how you can use it for your upcoming Disneyland Resort visit!

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5 Best Restaurants in Downtown Disney You MUST Try (Anaheim)

Do you want to try food from some of the BEST restaurants in Downtown Disney? Well look no further!

When it comes to dining at the Disneyland Resort everyone knows about the restaurants inside the park, but there are also some fantastic places to grab a bite to eat at the Downtown Disney District.

In fact, you likely walked by some of them on your way to the theme parks if you’re staying at one of the official Disneyland Resort hotels.

The Downtown Disney District is a small shopping, dining and entertainment complex the connects the main theme park plaza to the resort hotels.

While it’s not nearly as large as its Orlando counterpart, Disney Springs, it does still pack a punch in the dining department. These are our top five best restaurants at the Downtown Disney District.

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Mr Toad's Wild Ride Attraction Entrance at Disneyland

Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride at Disneyland: History You DIDN’T KNOW

Let me preface this article by stating that Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride is one of my all-time favorite Fantasyland attractions! I was very excited to rewatch the film for the purpose of this article.

This classic attraction at Disneyland is the only one of its kind in any Disney Park. Originally, there was a second incarnation located in Magic Kingdom and was closed in 1998.

Currently, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh sits on the grave. It was an opening day attraction when Disneyland opened in 1955. Today, it’s not the same as it once was.

Are you familiar with the ride? Some people like to joke and call it “The Hell Ride” because of the….ending.

Don’t worry, it will all make sense as you read on!

Today, we will be touching on the following about the ride:

  • Storyline and film
  • Magic Kingdom Version
  • Changes Over the Years
  • Tips and Fun Facts

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Ronto Wrap: What’s So Special About it and Where to Find it in Disney

Are you ready to try one of Disney’s BEST snacks, the Ronto Wrap?

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has been a major hit with Disney fans since it opened in 2019 at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. The land has two very popular attractions in Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance and Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run.

It also has plenty of dining options with places like Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, Olga’s Cantina, Kat Saka’s Kettle and Ronto Roasters.

One thing that people can’t seem to get enough of inside the land is the Ronto Wrap from Ronto Roasters.

The bizarre, yet delicious space-themed snack is one of the most popular items to debut on a park menu in a long time, and can always be seen on Instagram as you’re scrolling through your favorite Disney accounts.

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Secrets Revealed: Disneyland Mint Julep Recipe!

The Mint Julep is the Kardashian of Disneyland drinks. By that, I mean to say that it’s a super-famous thing you either love or hate. 

There is just no in-between.

It has huge crowds of dedicated fans queueing up for it. And has around the same number of people sneering at it and calling it ‘not real’. 

Quite an eventful life for a non-alcoholic drink, wouldn’t you say?

But all the drama aside, it is a very refreshing drink that is perfect for hot summer days. And YOU should know how to make it!

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Everything You Need To Know About the Rides Inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Are you ready to experience the Star Wars rides at Disney?

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is the latest land to open at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Both lands have exactly the same things inside, so there’s no need to head to Orlando and Anaheim to get the full Galaxy’s Edge experience.

One thing people rave about inside the land are the two attractions, and we can understand why.

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Disneyland tips for first timers with person holding a frozen Mickey Mouse Ear bar in front of it's a small world ride at Disneyland.

13 BEST Tips For Your First Time At Disneyland

What are the best Disneyland tips for your trip?

Planning a Disneyland vacation is so much easier than planning a Walt Disney World vacation.

Partly because the resort is much smaller, there’s less to see and do, and traveling between the two Disneyland parks is super simple.

We’ve rounded up our 13 best tips for living out your best day ever your first time at Disneyland.

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Disneyland Beignets

What’s the Magic Behind the Famous Beignets at Disneyland?

Have you ever tried one of the famous beignets at Disneyland?

Disneyland has literally hundreds of food options that you can choose from on a day in the parks.

Everything from Mickey-shaped ice cream and galactic indulgences, to house made macarons and crispy fried chicken.

But one snack always comes up in our Instagram feed and we bet it comes up in yours quite a bit too- Mickey Beignets!

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Everything You Need to Know About the Disneyland MaxPass Service

Imagine that you’ve been planning your Disneyland vacation for the better part of a year. You have your hotel reservation, your tickets, your flight, and all of the dining reservations you’ve been wanting.

Then you get to Disneyland and it’s packed!

Step in Disney’s MaxPass service, a way to save a lot of time for only a few extra dollars and get the most out of your vacation.

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