DISNEYLAND TIPS AND INSIGHTS

• Disneyland Resort consists of: Disneyland Park, 3 resorts, Disney's California Adventure Park, and Downtown Disney.

• While waiting for the afternoon parade on “Main Street U.S.A.,” take turns cooling off in the "Main Street Cinema," and watch cartoons and movie clips.

• During the Christmas holidays, the song “it’s a small world” plays holiday music from around the world.

• Disney World is non-smoking throughout, however, designated smoking locations are indicated on a park guide map or on signs. • Plan to ride “Indiana Jones Adventure” either early or late in the day to take advantage of shorter lines.

• “Fantasyland” was Walt Disney’s favorite “land.”

• When you visit the sailing ship “Columbia,” go below deck to see recreated quarters from the 18th century.

• Walt Disney’s family crest can be seen above the entrance archway at the “Sleeping Beauty Castle.”

• The “Disney Gallery” in “New Orleans Square” was originally intended as a private apartment for Walt and Roy Disney.

• Carry a change of clothes for children who decide to splash and play in the water at the Princess Dot Puddle Park in “a bug’s land.”

• There are 75 clovers at Filk’s Fun Fair.

• When you go through the final turn of the “California Screamin’” thrill ride, be sure to smile for the camera - look for your picture on your way out.

• If you are staying at one of the three Disneyland hotels, you can have your purchases delivered directly to your room.

• Character Meals are a leisurely way to meet with Disney Characters.

• If you have children and you become separated from them, messages can be left at Guest Relations in either theme park, or report lost children to any Cast Member.

• Disneyland's Grand Californian Hotel does not have smoking rooms or facilities.

• Guests can use self-parking at Downtown Disney and get 3 hours of free parking, plus an additional 2 hours free if you go to a movie or dine at a full-service restaurant.

• Polls indicate 46% of visitors to the park remember “adventures and attractions,” followed by “the castle” (25%), and “meeting the Disney characters” (12%).

• Nearly ¾ of all Americans (72%) can sing a chorus from “It’s a Small World.”

• When asked which celebrity they’d most like to tour a Walt Disney theme park, the top three responses were: Oprah Winfrey (16%), Clint Eastwood (11%), and Julie Andrews (8%).

• If you become separated from your children, leave a message at Guest Relations or report a lost child to any cast member.

• Other than service animals, no animals are allowed into the theme parks. Let your pets vacation at the Disneyland Kennel Club pet care facility while you tour the park.

• Check Disneyland.com before leaving home to see which attractions may be closed for refurbishing.