The Disneyland Resort is promoting visits this fall and winter with
a four-night package for the price of three nights.
The Walt Disney Travel Co.’s Fall & Holiday Getaway to the
Disneyland Resort package is priced from $249 per adult, double, at
the Best Western Pavilions during the value season.
Air-inclusive packages are available at an additional cost. Park
Hopper tickets are included.
The offer is available for arrivals through Jan. 3, with travel
completed by Jan. 7. Visitors arriving between Nov. 11 and Dec. 31
will each receive a collectible Disney holiday ornament.
The packages are also available at the Disneyland Resort hotels
Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel, Grand Californian Hotel and the
Disneyland Hotel. Blackout dates are Dec. 20 through Jan. 3.
Fall and holiday festivities at Disneyland and California
Adventure began Oct. 7 with the opening of Flik’s Fun Fair at
Capitalizing on the popularity of the park’s It’s Tough To Be A
Bug attraction and the Pixar film “A Bug’s Life,” Disney expanded
the facilities and renamed the area A Bug’s Land. (The other three
areas are The Golden State, Hollywood Pictures Backlot and Paradise
Within A Bug’s Land is Flik’s Fun Fair, with rides and
activities geared toward young children. Included are Flik’s
Flyers, a bug-size air-balloon ride fashioned from leaves and empty
food containers; Tuck & Roll’s Drive ’Em Buggies, a
drive-it-yourself bug car ride under P.T. Flea’s circus tent;
Heimlich’s Chew Chew Train, a miniature railroad ride; Francis’
Ladybug Boogie, a ride on spinning, dancing ladybugs; and Princess
Dot Puddle Park, a water playground with a giant-size garden hose,
sprinkler nozzle and leaky spigot.
Meanwhile, in Disneyland, Halloween scares are the focus of the
Haunted Mansion Holiday. Characters from the Tim Burton film
“Nightmare Before Christmas” will roam the attraction, playing gags
Premiering Dec. 9 for an extended run is Disney’s “Aladdin: Live
On Stage,” a new musical playing at the Hyperion Theater in
California Adventure. Based on the Walt Disney animated film, the
show tells the story of Aladdin and his adventures involving his
beautiful princess Jasmine, her father the sultan, the evil Jafar
and Aladdin’s buddy, Genie. The 30-minute production features songs
from the film.
Disneyland will offer its usual special holiday events with
Christmas celebrations, the unveiling of the park’s traditionally
decorated 60-foot Christmas tree and, beginning Thanksgiving Day, A
Christmas Fantasy parade performs daily.
The holiday season also features Believe ... in Holiday Magic, a
special version of the park’s fireworks display that ends with
For package reservations, call the Walt Disney Travel Co. at
800-854-3104. Web site: www.disney travelagents.com.