Walk Through Attractions at Disneyland

  • 01 of 11

    Princesses at the Fantasy Faire

    Meeting a Princess at the Fantasy Faire
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    Disneyland's most popular princesses have a meet-and-greet location that's picture-perfect: with a place to meet them that is fit for future queens and kings. Here's how to help them make the most of the Fantasy Faire.

  • 02 of 11

    Star Wars Launch Bay and Tomorrowland Expo Center

    Star Wars Launch Bay at Disneyland
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    Not really a ride but a walk-through attraction, this futuristic building was previously called Innoventions. Today it's called the Tomorrowland Expo Center and these days it's devoted to all things Star Wars. Don't just walk on by, go in and check it out. Here's what you need to know about Star Wars Launch Bay.

  • 03 of 11

    Mickey's House

    Mickey's House at Disneyland
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    You can walk through Mickey's house, see some memorabilia and props from his films and meet him in person.

    Mickey is often at home, greeting guests, but he's a busy guy and you may want to know more before you get in line. Find out How to Visit Mickey's House at Disneyland.

  • 04 of 11

    Pirate's Lair at Tom Sawyer Island

    Pirate's Lair at Disneyland
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    Tom Sawyer moved off his island in Disneyland's Rivers of America a few years ago and the pirates took over. I think they escaped from the Caribbean, but who knows for sure?

    On the island, you can explore the Dead Man's Grotto cavern, climb into Tom and Huck's Tree House, bounce across a rope bridge, climb rocks, and dig up some pirate loot. Here's how to get there - and what to do when you do.

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  • 05 of 11

    Tarzan's Treehouse

    Inside Tarzan's Treehouse at Disneyland
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    Visitors can climb into Tarzan's house, where they find some fun things to "monkey" around with. Before Tarzan moved in, the Swiss Family Robinson used to live in this giant treehouse. It's one of the least-known attractions at Disneyland, but you might want to know the reasons you should check it out.

  • 06 of 11

    Donald's Boat

    Donald's Boat at Disneyland
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    Donald's Boat is a good place for the kids to work off some excess energy, climbing a rope ladder and going up the spiral staircase. Make the most of it using the tips in this guide.

  • 07 of 11

    Goofy's Playhouse

    Goofy's Playhouse at Disneyland
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    Kids can tour Goofy's house and they'll be delighted to know they can climb and slide on the furniture without getting in trouble before they go bounce around in the backyard. Here's how to help your kids have fun visiting Goofy.

  • 08 of 11

    Chip 'n' Dale's Treehouse

    Chip 'n' Dale's Treehouse at Disneyland
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    This cute attraction is a recreation of the cheeky chipmunks' treehouse. You'll find it at the far side of Toontown. It's just as cute inside as out and you can find out how to see it in this guide.

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  • 09 of 11

    Minnie's House

    Minnie's House at Disneyland
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    Minnie's House is a cute interpretation of what the cartoon character's house would look like. You can walk through Minnie's place, but she won't be home. Here's what you can see and do while she's away.

  • 10 of 11

    Walk Through Sleeping Beauty's Castle

    Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland
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    Sleeping Beauty's Castle is the park's most iconic sight. It's also a walk-through attraction, and not just walking over the drawbridge and through the arch into Fantasyland.

    There's also a hidden thing to do inside.

    Few people know this, but you can walk through winding passageways to see 3-D models that tell the Sleeping Beauty story

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    More Things to Do at Disneyland

    Big Thunder Mountain Ride at Disneyland
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    These attractions are all walk-through experiences. You have to use your own two feet to see them, but they won't make you dizzy, nauseous, or scared.

    If you're looking for the Disneyland "rides" - the ones that send you spinning, rolling or moving through a Disney story, check this Complete Guide to Disneyland Rides.

    If you have specific needs or want some help sorting out that bewildering list of rides, you can find some help in the Guide to the Best Disneyland Rides and Attractions, sorted by type of ride.