Disneyland was designed for kids of all ages and toddlers are no exception! If you have a toddler, there are too many things in this place to keep you and your child amused, and with the abundance of these activities, not even a week would be enough at times.
First, let’s talk Toon Town. Here is where you will find your toddler’s favorite Disney Characters, including Mickey and Minnie Mouse. All of the Characters have homes in Toon Town, full of things that will amaze your toddler, and make them laugh.
A second place your toddler will love is the Disneyland Railroad. This is a great way to get around the park, because there are stations in New Orleans Square, Toon Town, Tomorrowland, and on Main Street. This will amuse your toddler, and give you a chance to see some sights and rest a bit.
It’s A Small World is a part of the park specifically meant for toddlers. Again, you can take this opportunity to relax as your toddler gets mystified by the swirl of colors and music. Props to you if you have been introducing your child to classic Disney story books, because they will certainly find some degree of familiarity with the Storybook Land Canal Boats.
Dumbo the Flying Elephant, the Circus Train, King Arthur’s Carousel, Fantasyland and the Mad Tea Party are just a few of the many rides your child can go on when at Disneyland. However, exercise caution when it comes to dark rides, because they may cause your little one to get a bit apprehensive. These include Peter Pan’s Flight, Pinocchio’s Daring Journey, Alice in Wonderland, and Snow White’s Scary Adventure. Buzz Lightyear was a big star in Toy Story, and his ride is very popular with younger children.
Look around the park and you will notice some areas that have their share of rides and sights that are meant for toddlers. Anybody can visit Disneyland, may they be young or old. You will need to be wary of the height and age requirements posted on certain rides or attractions, so try not to take your kid near rides they aren’t allowed to go on. You wouldn’t want a crying child and an unhappy trip back home, right?
Thus, you should stick only to the places that feature toddler-friendly attractions. You were a kid once, and you may remember your parents warning you about some rides not being fit for little tykes, but back then, I doubt you were able to understand where they came from – I wasn’t. Your Disneyland vacation should be enjoyable for everyone, and Disneyland has made sure that there is something for everyone at the park. It will be your responsibility to make sure your child remains happy and that his or her expectations are properly set regarding rides and attractions meant for them.
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