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Disneyland For Adults: The Epic Morning in the Magic Kingdom Edition

Los Angeles, CA


  • Walt and Mickey in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle.
  • Lift off at Space Mountain. Photo: Lisa Bettany.
  • Outside Space Mountain. Photo: Ken Lund.
  • Get face to face with Darth Vader.
  • Hop on board and find an adventure on Star Tours.
  • Get your blasters ready and just keep shooting. Photo: CoasterCrazy88.
  • Shoot Zurg and rack up big points. Photo: Heather Walrath.
  • Minnie will come by and visit you at your table, as will her friends.
  • Mickey Waffles at Minnie & Friends. Photo:  Sarah Chapman.
  • The Big Thunder Mountain train zooms past dinosaur bones. Photo: Kathrina Luistro.
  • Note the two lines: group vs. single rider. The single line is short! Photo: Peter E. Lee.
  • A taste of the ambiance at the Indiana Jones Adventure.
  • Is there enough powdered sugar? Mickey-shaped beignets from the Mint Julep Bar. Photo: Cam Bowman.
  • The Mint Julep made with lemonade, lime juice, mint and maraschino cherries. Photo: Between Disney.
  • Constance Hatchaway floats in the attic in the Haunted Mansion.
  • The Haunted Mansion seems a little spookier at night. Photo: LMG Vids.
  • Johnny Depp's Jack Sparrow has found a prominent spot in the updated Pirates of the Caribbean. Photo: Bruce Chambers.
  • Disney made sure to keep the classic scenes. Photo: Erin Glover.
  • Step right up to the Little Red Wagon.
  • Time for a corn dog - it's amazing.

3 hours
0.9 mi
Guided by CC
Christina Chinn

Overview

I’ve gone to Disneyland more times than I can count, so believe me when I say I know my way around. This Sidewalk is for adults who have bought a 1-day hopper ticket and are looking to spend a half-day at Magic Kingdom. I'll navigate you on a route that efficiently maximizes your rides and minimizes your time spent in lines, while discovering the best places to eat. Note: We'll split the day between Magic Kingdom and California Adventure. The 2nd half will be continued in a separate Sidewalk.


About Your Guide

I'm Christina, but my friends call me CC. Fueled by tea, avocado toast, puppies and fashion, I am a senior visual designer by day and fashion blogger of Closet Luxe by night.


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Guide Points

  1. Disneyland Park

    Welcome to the Happiest Place on Earth. Hopefully you bought tickets online and arrived at the park at 9am or soon after that.

  2. Space Mountain

    Space Mountain is one of the most popular rides in the park, even despite the fact that it debuted in 1977.

  3. Star Tours – The Adventures Continue

    Lines should be decently minimal if you arrive before 10am. If you time it correctly, you could go on Star Tours twice in a row without wai…

  4. Buzz Lightyear Astro-Blasters

    I said this was going to be a day for _adults_ at Disneyland. Let's start to live up to the premise.

  5. Minnie & Friends - Breakfast in the Park

    We're heading to a breakfast buffet. If all it entailed was the all-you-can-eat breakfast, it would be worth it (at $30-ish it seems steep,…

  6. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

    Big Thunder Mountain takes us on a mine train through an abandoned gold mine in the wild, wild west.

  7. Indiana Jones Adventure, Temple of the Forbidden Eye

    The Indiana Jones Adventure is one of the favorites in the park. Buckle up in a moving, hydraulics-enabled driving simulator with plenty of…

  8. Mint Julep Bar

    Time for a quick snack. We head to the Mint Julep Bar hidden in front of the New Orleans Square train station, in the back corner of the Fr…

  9. Haunted Mansion

    It's difficult to come to Disneyland and not go to the Haunted Mansion and meet the 999 ghosts.

  10. Pirates of the Caribbean

    Long before the Disney movie studios created a multi-billion dollar franchise about pirates, Walt Disney personally oversaw the development…

  11. Little Red Wagon

    Admittedly, the food at Disneyland is generally overpriced and mediocre. The exception to the rule is the Little Red Wagon. This place is l…


About Sidewalk

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The app navigates people through a neighborhood walk using GPS turn-by-turn directions, rich imagery and storytelling.