If you need some help, that's what we're here for.
Best Disneyland Rides for YouTo make it easier for the rest of you you, we've grouped the rides into helpful lists.
- Best Disneyland Rides: These are the ones everybody loves
- Disneyland Rides for Kids: We've sorted them out into the very gentle, the slightly scary, ways to have fun while sitting still and thrown in cautions for specific rides that may help
- Cool Places for a Hot Day: A handful of rides and attractions where it's cool, you can sit down - and they last more than a few seconds
- New Disneyland Rides: If you've been there before, this list will tell you what's new in the past five years
- Most Popular Disneyland Rides: You could also call this one "Rides With the Longest Lines"
- Disneyland Rides With the Shortest Lines: Good for fill-ins in while waiting for a Fastpass time - or to satisfy someone who's just gotta ride something, right now
- Disneyland Thrill Rides: All the ways to get the most thrills
- Disneyland Roller Coasters: Coaster and only coasters
- Best Rides at Night: They're either more fun in the dark, or worth a second visit after the sun goes down. Some rides close at night (or early) and they're also listed here
- Disneyland Shows and Entertainment: They're not rides, but they're things to do that you might enjoy
Have More Fun
- Enjoy more with these strategies to avoid standing in line for Disneyland rides.
- Learn to how a FASTPASS can make your wait shorter, learn how to get one and how to use it
- Find out why you might want to use Ridemax to shorten your wait
- How to make the most out of Magic Mornings
- Check out these mobile websites and apps. They can help you save time and some of them can keep you entertained between rides, too
- Check which rides and attractions will be closed during your visit
- 35 in (89 cm): Gadget's Go Coaster, Matterhorn Bobsleds
- 40 in (102 cm): Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, Star Tours
- 46 in (117 cm): Indiana Jones Adventure
- 52 in (131 cm): Autopia (to drive alone)
AccessibilityMost Disneyland rides are accessible to the mobility-impaired. However, many require you to transfer into the ride vehicle by yourself or with assistance from your traveling companions. A few have steps that can't be bypassed, including Tarzan's Treehouse, the railroad station at Main Street, U.S.A. and the Columbia Sailing Ship.
If you have a hearing impairment, stop at Guest Relations (in City Hall, on your left as you enter Disneyland) to pick up assistive listening devices and handheld caption controls used in some rides.