Some things to enjoy for less price at your favorite place
What are the things you can get for Low Cost in Disneyland?
1) The Main Street Electrical Parade
This parade was first introduced on January 1, 1967, as part of Walt Disney World Resort’s New Year Celebration. It has been running every year since then except for two years. In 2009 it will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary. There is no charge to watch this fantastic show. Just make sure that your camera or phone is charged because there won’t’ be any power outlets available during the performance.
2) Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
Kids ages 3-7 are invited into the clubhouse where they meet all sorts of characters like Minnie and Daisy from “Mickey Mouse Club House.” They also have a chance to take pictures with them! You don’t need an admission ticket to enter, but tickets start at $14 per person if you want one.
3) Star Tours: From Adventures Through Wookie Land
If you love space adventures, this attraction might be right up your alley. For only $17, kids 12 and under can ride alongside Chewbacca through his home planet Kashyyyk.
4) Indiana Jones
This spectacular stunt show features Indy and other famous movie heroes, including Han Solo, Buzz Lightyear, Peter Pan, Captain Jack Sparrow, Marty McFly, and more. Tickets range between $15-$25 depending on what section you purchase them in.
5) Soaring over California
A virtual flight over America’s most beautiful state takes place inside the new 4D theater next door to Space Mountain. Tickets cost around $30 each. But, it does include unlimited rides, so you’ll want to try out both attractions.
6) Grizzly River Run
Take a raft down the river while enjoying some great music by Jimmy Buffett. Admission costs about,$20 per adult.
7) Rock’ n’ Roller Coaster
Get ready for high speeds and intense thrills as you race across the park aboard this roller coaster. The price tag starts at $19.95 for adults and $16.95 for children. Even though they may not say anything about hearing protection in the ads, make sure to bring earplugs.
Fantasmic! Enjoy dinner before watching the fireworks display for only $39 plus tax. Dinner includes seating in either the Royal Theatre Restaurant or Carthay Circle Restaurant.
9) Fireworks shows
Every night after dark, guests can enjoy live performances of pyrotechnics displays set against stunning backdrops. Shows usually begin around 9 p.m., but check their website for specific times. Prices vary based on how many seats you buy.
Is Disneyland still free on your birthday?
Disneyland Park opened in 1955 and has always been open 365 days a year. However, Disneyland doesn’t offer special discounts on birthdays. Instead, everyone gets in FREE on their birthday.
Can you get free ice water at Disneyland?
Yes, there is no charge for any bottled beverage. Several locations sell soft drinks without paying a cent. One popular place is outside Tom Sawyer Island. Another is near Big Thunder Ranch.
Does Disneyland give free spins?
No, Disney doesn’t give away free spins. You will find that most games at the parks do not allow players to use bonus rounds unless they pay real money first.
Can I go to Disneyland for free?
It depends on where you’re from. Most countries don’t require passports to enter Disneyland. You need proof of citizenship like an ID card or driver’s license.
How can I go to Disneyland for free?
The best way to visit Disneyland for free is through one of our discount codes. If you have questions regarding visiting Disneyland for free, contact the website of Disneyland.