Things to Do in Los Angeles
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Los Angeles’s Disneyland, properly known as Disneyland Park, is the first of its kind in the world, and was supervised by Walt Disney himself; it opened in 1955 and started a run on themed amusement parks. Walk through the gates and up to the universal Disney image and logo, the Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Here, you’ll be surrounded by strolling Disney characters such as classic Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and Cinderella, as well as beloved Winnie-the-Pooh era friends, and more current ones like Elsa and Anna from the movie franchise “Frozen”.
Enjoy variety shows, rides, amusements, and restaurants of every type imaginable. Disneyland also has themed on-site accommodations (it bills itself as a resort), so you can book an entire vacation at Disneyland, and be a kid again if you aren’t one already! Packages vary in price, depending on level of accommodations and the number in your party, so book early to get the Disneyland getaway of your dreams.