If you're traveling with little ones, a common question is how tall do you have to be for certain rides. Some rides don't have a restriction but many do. Here is a breakdown of height requirements at Disneyland Park.
32 Inches or Taller:
35 Inches or Taller:
38 Inches or Taller:
40 Inches or Taller:
42 Inches or Taller:
46 Inches or Taller:
54 Inches or Taller (to ride alone):
- Disneyland opened on July 17th, 1955 in Anaheim, California.
- When it debuted in 1959, the Disneyland monorail was the first daily operating monorail in the Western Hemisphere.
- The top floor of the fire station on Main Street, U.S.A., was Walt Disney's private apartment during the parks construction. It is still furnished but is not open to the public. There is a light left burning in one of the windows each day as a tribute to Walt.
- The original price for the park's land was 16 million.
- The drawbridge on Sleeping Beauty Castle is real, and it has been raised and lowered only twice. Once when the park first opened and again in 1983 when Fantasyland was rededicated.
- The Matterhorn Bobsled was the first tubular steel roller coaster in the world and opened in 1959.
- Sleeping Beauty Castle stands only 77 feet tall but looks much larger thanks to forced perspective scaling and architecture.
- On the King Arthur Carrousel, there are 68 horses. They're all different, and none of them are the same.
- There are more than 400 items that are collected by lost and found each day.