Whether you’re visiting the Disneyland Resort for the first time or think you know all there is to know about the Happiest Place on Earth, there’s something for you in the Welcome to the Disneyland Resort Guided Tour.
Loaded with trivia and history, tips and tricks for navigating the parks, and dining tips and suggestions, the Welcome to the Disneyland Resort Guided Tour will show you how to make the most of your Disney day. This 2 ½-hour tour even provides special surprises and perks, like attraction experiences, a personalized itinerary with dining reservations, priority viewing for a popular show and selected Disney’s FASTPASS tickets for use that day.
And did I mention how much there is to learn about the Disneyland Resort? I recently took the tour myself and learned lots of things I didn’t know. I met two first-time Disneyland Resort guests on my tour, Krista Parker from Toronto and Val Hodowanksi from Oshawa, Canada, who told me the tour was the perfect way to discover the Resort.
“The tour was a good introduction to the Resort,” said Krista. And Val agreed: “You get to go around the whole Resort, so you really get your bearings.”
Here are some things you should know about the Welcome to the Disneyland Resort Guided Tour:
- The tour is approximately 2 ½ hours long.
- Theme park admission for Disneyland park is required to attend the tour.
- The tour leaves from Disneyland park Tour Gardens (left of City Hall) on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays at 10:30 a.m.
- All guests who participate receive an exclusive trading pin and lanyard set.
- Attractions and entertainment are subject to change without notice.
For pricing and booking information (and to find out about a special discount for Disney Rewards Visa and AAA card holders, Disney Vacation Club members and Disneyland Resort Annual Passport holders) call 714-781-TOUR (8687). Also, be sure to check out the other Disneyland Resort Guided Tours at Disneyland.com/Tours.
Have you experienced the Welcome to the Disneyland Resort Guided Tour? Tell us about it in the comments!