As Soon As You CanYou'll get the best rates on airfare and have the best chance to find that hotel room you really want if you reserve these as early as you can.
One Month Before You LeaveOrder your Disneyland tickets, make reservations for the Blue Bayou Restaurant or for a character meal, reserve your Disneyland tour and so on. The One-Stop Disneyland Vacation Reservation Page has links and phone numbers to help you get this done quickly..
Two Weeks Before You LeaveSit down with your kids or companions to talk about what you want to do. Measure your child's height before you visit and check the Disneyland and California Adventure ride descriptions so you'll know which rides they can go on.
One Week Before You LeaveIf anyone in your group is prone to motion sickness, stock up on your favorite remedies.
Print your Ridemax itinerary.
Print your eTickets if you bought them online, or be sure you know where your paper tickets are if you had them delivered.
Print your hotel and flight reservation confirmations and pack them to take along. Print the directions to your hotel, too.
When You're Ready to Pack for DisneylandCheck the Forecast: Generalizations about California weather are often wrong. Take a minute to find out if the weatherman is predicting a heat wave in January or a deluge in July - and see what to pack in each season. Review the Disneyland tips for more ideas about what to bring (and what not to).
Drain the Rain: If you're traveling in winter when it might rain, umbrellas are hard to manage. Pack hats or raincoats with hoods instead.
Shun the sun: Bring waterproof sunscreen, hats with a cord (so they don't fly off on a ride) and sunglasses, especially in summer.