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Disneyland was designed for kids of all ages – and 

toddlers are no exception! There are many things 

that you can enjoy with your toddler – so many 

things in fact, that unless you will be staying for 

several days, you won’t have time to do them all.

Start with 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 

Your toddler will definitely enjoy 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.

Its A Small World is very appropriate for toddlers. 

Music and colors will keep your child mesmerized 

while you enjoy a relaxing ride across the water. The 

Storybook Land Canal Boats is another good choice, 

as it will take you through the miniature villages that 

your child will be quite familiar with from their story 


Rides that you and your toddler must not miss 

include all of the rides in Fantasyland, King Arthur’s 

Carousel, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, the Circus 

Train, and the Mad Tea Party. Rides that are 

appropriate for youngsters, but that may cause a 

little fear are the rides that are dark. These include 

Peter Pan’s Flight, Pinocchio’s Daring Journey, Alice 

in Wonderland, and Snow White’s Scary Adventure. 

Buzz Lightyear is a popular ride for all toddlers. 

There are other areas of the park that have 

attractions and rides that are appropriate for toddlers. 

Remember that Disneyland is a place for kids of all 

ages. Pay attention to the height and age requirements 

for each attraction, and avoid taking your toddler to 

rides that they will not be able to enjoy. This will only 

cause your child disappointment. 

Stick to the areas where the toddler appropriate 

attractions are located as much as possible. As an 

adult, you realize that some rides are simply not safe 

for small people – but your small person will not 

comprehend this! Your Disneyland vacation should 

be enjoyable for everyone, and Disneyland has 

made sure that there is something for everyone at 

the park. It is up to you to keep your child happy, 

and to keep them interested in the rides and 

attractions that they are meant to enjoy. 

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