字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント It's the world's most beloved theme park, drawing more than 15 million guests per year. Welcome to Disneyland, California! Since 1955, this Anaheim theme park has captivated the world with its endearing characters, magical attractions and fun family atmosphere. You know, going to Disneyland is one of our favorite things to do with our family. So today we're going to take you on a tour of the Disneyland resort and share some of our favorite Disneyland tips with you. Let's go check it out. Disneyland is home to eight different lands, spread across 85 acres. Wear your best walking shoes, and be sure to pack extra water and sunscreen. If you live in Southern California, it's worth your while to buy the Disneyland annual pass instead of Disneyland tickets. It pays for itself after only three visits. And if you live out of the area, the Deluxe annual passport pays for itself after only four visits. Main Street USA, located at the park entrance, is a cluster of old-time shops and restaurants modeled after Walt's home town of Marceline, Mo. You can pop into the magic shop for some fun amusements, or have your fortune told by Esmeralda, a fixture in the arcade since opening day. A little known secret here at the park is that the market house will refill your coffee throughout the day, as long as you keep your receipt. From Main Street, you can head several different directions. Be sure to check out the most popular Disneyland attractions first, as they usually have the longest lines Always try to use the Disneyland Fastpass service. What you do is put your ticket into the machine, and you'll get a stub that tells you what time to return. Then you get to cut in front of the line. Splash Mountain, located in Critter Country, is one of the hottest attractions during the summer. Ask for a seat in the front row, where you're guaranteed to get wet. If you have a smart phone, consider downloading one of the many free Disneyland apps on iTunes. A lot of them have up to the minute information on attraction wait times. Those without Web access can check the guest information board, located outside the entrance to Adventureland. This is a good place to find out the next Disneyland Parade showtimes, or check in about Disneyland character appearances. Disneyland is home to several decent restaurants, and most offer discounts to pass holders. Many Disneyland restaurants cater to special dietary needs, whether you're vegan, kosher or gluten-free. Stop at City Hall when you arrive, or call ahead to Disneyland dining and they'll be happy to help you out. The Tiki Room, home to Walt Disney's famous singing birds, is a great place to cool off during the summer months, and there's rarely a wait longer than 10 minutes. When you're at Disneyland, you've got to stop and try this unique treat. It's a Dole Pineapple Whip, right outside the Tiki Room. So good! To spice up your visit, consider looking for some of the hidden Mickeys. They're literally all over the place. You just have to look closely. If you need help, you can pick up a copy of the Hidden Mickeys Field Guide by Steven Barrett. I spotted two Hidden Mickeys on the Pirates of the Caribbean. You'll see one on the lower left of Davy Jones' hat, and another in a gold shield mounted on the wall. Most of the attractions inside Disneyland are for all ages, but there are some exceptions. If you have small children that don't meet the height requirement on certain rides, take advantage of the rider switch pass. It's good for two people to go back on the ride either through the exit or the Fast Pass line once the rest of your party comes back. One of our favorite thrill rides is the Matterhorn, modeled after Switzerland's famous mountain peak. Here we go! Whoo! Since 1959, this rocky roller coaster has been a major crowd pleaser, with quick moving bobsleds that travel through icy caves and glaciers. Fantasyland, modeled after a Bavarian Village, is home to the charming King Arthur's Carousel and the Mad Hatter's spinning teacups. A little known secret is that the queen sometimes appears in the window of the Snow White attraction. If you want a great spot to see the Disneyland Fireworks, grab a seat in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle a few hours before showtime. Inside the Disneyland Castle you'll find Walt Disney's coat of arms and the charming Snow White's Grotto, where you can make a wish in the wishing well. Disneyland is magical all year round, but it especially shines during the Christmas season. This is when you'll find the Haunted Mansion Holiday attraction starring the wildly popular Jack Skellington and the endearing It's a Small World Holiday attraction. Over in Frontierland, you just may spot Santa's reindeer. Well I hope you've enjoyed this quick trip through Disneyland. Thanks for tubing in!