Disneyland is located in the southeast of downtown Los Angeles and is the largest comprehensive amusement park in the world. In 1955, American cartoonist Walt Disney opened the first Disney amusement park near Los Angeles.
Disneyland is a theme amusement park with eight theme parks: Main Street, Adventure Park, New Orleans Square, Animal Kingdom, Pioneer Land, Mickey-City, Fantasy Band, and Future Kingdom. There are elegant old-fashioned carriages, quaint shops and restaurants and tea rooms on Central Street; walking in Disney World, you often encounter some actors dressed as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Visitors can also go swimming, ice skating, sailing on nearby beaches, deep-sea fishing, balloon rides, or visit nearby attractions. Dining/Accommodation/Shopping Riverside Lounge is a restaurant by the Mississippi River in Frontier World. It is the place where the founder, Walt Disney, had breakfast. Shop sign.
Transportation: Take the MTA460 bus from Figueroa St. in the city center for about 120 minutes. By car, go from the city center to Route 5 Sant a Ana Fwy. Go south and get off at Harbor Blvd. It takes 50 minutes. Phone: 714-781-4565 Tickets/Hours
One-day pass: $47 for adults, $37 for children. Opening hours: 9:00~18:00 (8~24:00 in summer, the opening time is adjusted according to the season and week, and the time of the theme area is also different, it is best to call to confirm)