Fawny Pack Restock + Disneyland Tips
Now's your chance to get your hands on this summer's hottest accessory! We just restocked the Fawny Pack in Black, Brown, Poppy, and now in Gray! Snag your favorite color before they're all sold out!
The Fawny Pack is the "it" bag of the season, and the perfect accessory for hands-free fun on all of your summer adventures, including a trip to Disneyland! We're big fans of Disneyland, California Adventure, and Walt Disney here at Fawn Design, so we put together some of our best Disneyland tips to navigate the park, rides, and attractions, and help you avoid the lines and the wait! Whether you're doing Disneyland with a baby or doing Disneyland with toddlers, check out our tips below!
Tip 1: Where to Stay in Disneyland
Where you stay when visiting Disneyland with your family can really make a world of difference on your overall experience. For us, it's important to stay in a hotel as close as we can to the park to make the walking distance as easy and short as possible for our kids.
We love staying at the Disneyland Hotel on the park property because of how close it is to the entrances of the park. Yes you can find cheaper hotels in the area, but the short distance from the hotel to the park entrance and all of the attractions is so worth it! Not to mention how amazing their pool area is and just overall how magical it is! We also love the Marriott Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance hotel if you are looking for something a little less expensive. This hotel is also close to the parks and has a really fun pool and slides which is great for kids of all ages.
Tip 2: Take Breaks Throughout the Day
Tip 3: Use The New Max Pass Feature on The Disneyland App
Tip 4: Disneyland for The Star Wars Lovers
The Stormtroopers do a really fun Jedi Training show a few times each day that is free to sign up for and really fun for little Jedi fans! Each kid gets to dress up like a Jedi and is trained to fight Darth Vader and Kylo Ren with a lightsaber! The parents get to watch as they actually get a chance to come face to face with these villains and show off their Jedi skills! Our kids still talk about how much fun this was! Just make sure to sign up for this first thing when the park opens that day because the spaces are limited and do sell out. Lastly, make sure to visit the Star Wars Launch Bay to see tons of great movie memorabilia and Star Wars character photo ops!
Tip 5: Disneyland for the Little Princesses
One of our best tips is that Sleeping Beauty is by the park entrance in the late afternoon and there is usually a super short line to see her. Also, Disneyland's princess dresses are really expensive (and have lots of loose glitter), but Little Adventures sells super cute dresses online that are affordable and machine washable!
Another special experience that our little princesses love is dinning at Ariel's Grotto in California Adventure in an ocean-inspired atmosphere. Our little ones got the biggest thrill from being greeted by not just one but five princesses! Some serious precious memories are made here thanks to one-on-one time with the princesses!
Tip 6: Where to Eat in Disneyland
The tomato soup and grilled cheese at the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe is probably one of our favorite things for lunch! Another great spot is the Hungry Bear Restaurant by Splash Mountain. We always eat at least one meal here because they have great options for kids like hamburgers and chicken nuggets, and our favorite part is all the covered table seating! It's a good place to take a little break from the sun and it's usually a little less crowded. We recently tried the Rancho del Zocalo Mexican Restaurant in Frontierland for dinner, and the taco salad was amazing! For dessert, these treats are a must on our list: churro (of course), Dole Whip, corn dogs, and our personal favorite, Beignets!
Snag a Fawny Pack today for your next big Disneyland adventure!