Tips for Visiting Disneyland in California

Most of the parents think that there are not enough Disneyland rides and interesting places for babies and toddlers, but entertainment for all ages abound at this California theme park. The best part is the entire family can enjoy most activities together. As a Disneyland fanatic and former multi-year Annual Pass holder. Here is a list of our picks for the top 7 Disneyland rides and attractions for babies and toddlers.

Flying Elephant in Fantasyland

Disney’s dark rides may cause a scare for some of the young children. Meanwhile, most of the people loves Dumbo the Flying Elephant — especially babies, toddlers, and preschoolers! Afterward, take a spin on the most beloved and least scary dark rides, Peter Pan’s Flight and Alice in Wonderland.


It’s worth getting the cutesy Small World song stuck in your head all day for the smiles this ride will induce for your child. Plus, you get a big return. As a travel lover, It’s a Small World’s make-believe journey around the globe that holds a special place in our hearts.

Mickey Toontown

When your family tires of waiting in lines, this walk-through attraction provides an interactive experience for kids. Minnie’s House especially appeals to toddlers and preschoolers with its bright colors and plentiful buttons and dials to explore.

Jungle Cruise in Adventureland

Adults will chuckle at the humorous commentary of the adventure guides aboard a Jungle Cruise. As for the kids, we remember believing we had actually been to Africa and back when we embarked on this ride during our first trip to Walt Disney World at age 4. This classic Disneyland ride is a great choice for the whole family to enjoy together.

Critter Country

This brilliantly colored ride is all-time favorites for the kids! The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is tucked away in Critter Country and you can often walk right on without waiting in line for a long time. Bonus: you can often meet Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and other friends from the Hundred Acre Wood at a character meet-and-greet spot near the ride’s exit.

Disneyland Railroad

We have yet to meet a young child who is not enthralled by choo-choo trains! You can scramble up aboard or disembark the Disneyland Railroad at Main Street U.S.A., Tomorrowland, Mickey’s Toontown, or New Orleans Square. The best part is the “surprise” trip through the Grand Canyon and Primeval World between Tomorrowland and Main Street.

King Arthur’s Carousel in Fantasyland

Most tots love a carousel. Youngsters climb aboard King Arthur’s classic hand-carved horses. It may seem like a boring choice to grown-ups, but not so for kiddos!

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