_AP***90honestly Disneyland is truly where a grown adult like myself can be a kid again. it’s such a fresh of breath air to see all of your childhood memories. the food there was delicious and would go there again. Favorite ride would be pirates of the Caribbean, it’s such a fun relaxing ride.
JM ChapmanI’ve lived in the north beach area at least twice. being so close to the beach trail to be able to exercise was a blessing. Being away from the downtown area of bars and shops was actually quite comforting and quiet!
RIP_10small children friendly. several options for food, drinks and simple fun. several options for media type experiences as well as water playground for smaller children. also has a couple of larger rides for older kids/adults. characters are always walking around so you’re more likely to get some pictures taken with some of your favorite characters as well as autographs. very active/take part in pin swapping/trading.not as big as Disneyland, but definitely worth the time and money to experience the new age theme park. a definite go to for a more mellow, relaxing day with the whole family. several options for all ages.always stop by whenever I’m at Disneyland.
_We***24Legoland California is about 100 kilometers away from Los Angeles, about an hour's drive. The whole park is divided into 9 parts, DinoIsland, ExploreVillage, FunTown, MinilandUSA, etc. There are more than 50 play items, mainly for children aged 2-12. The facilities and landscape in the park are basically built with Lego bricks, which is full of childishness.
E41***92Even though it’s actual park has been closed due to COVID, Universal has done a GREAT job at still providing us with entertainment with the wonders of City Walk. Great place for date night, friends, and family experiences!