Friday, June 3, 2011

Disneyland Anaheim - the first Disneyland theme park in the World

It is everybody's dream to visit Disneyland theme park. My dream became reality when we visited Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California last month. The park will be over crowded when it comes to summer holidays (between June to August each year).



Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California is the first theme park, built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney himself. Disneyland Park becomes the favorite theme park among the adults and children since 1955. Some of the rides such as Dumbo, the Flying Elephant, monorail train and Enchanted Tiki Room are still operating and well-maintained since the opening day of Disneyland Anaheim. How do we know that? Well, you can learn a lot from its documentary show at The Disneyland Story featuring Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln. You are able to see some old tickets and pictures at The Disney Gallery too. These attractions are located at the Main Street, USA.



Disneyland Park is not a place to enjoy the rides only but you are able to meet and take pictures with Disney's characters too.









From the ticket entrance of Disneyland Park





You have to believe the magic before you enter.
You will not experience the same when you leave the Disneyland park :D








I am just a small kid, who is also crazy for Disney's characters throughout my life. When I saw these Disney's characters, I would be running for the line and couldn't hide my excitement to meet them.





Sulley from Monsters, Inc.



My favourite, Pluto.
I like his collar tag which is read as "If missing, please return to Mickey Mouse."

Buzz LightYear from Toy Story.


Characters in statue

Sleeping Beauty Castle


This is a must visit to Mickey's Toontown where you will meet the Disney's characters.















At the end of the day, everybody was waiting along the pavement
of the main street to welcome the Disney's Parade. It lasted for about 15 minutes with a stunning performance by the Disney's characters and dancers.

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