Disneyland Map

Virtual Disneyland Day

This week, we took a virtual trip to Disneyland! I haven’t been to Disneyland in almost two years and the boys have only been to the Happiest Place on Earth once when they were a year old.

To plan for our virtual trip, I scoured the Disneyland map to set up an itinerary for our day. YouTube is stocked with videos of all of the Disney Parks rides, entertainment and parades, so making a trip to Disneyland from home was easy but did require some advanced planning.

Disneyland Map
Disneyland Map

We started our fun day by pulling up the Disneyland park map to see where we should head first. I picked out rides and entertainment that I thought would keep the twins’ attention. The best parts of visiting Disney virtually is, first, no lines and, secondly, no height requirements. Other perks are that you can get grab a snack whenever you want and don’t have to worry about where the nearest bathroom is.

Below is a copy of our itinerary and well as links to they YouTube video we watched for each ride.

Ready for our virtual trip to Disneyland
Ready for our virtual trip to Disneyland


Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage


Pinnochio’s Daring Journey

Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough

Casey Jr. Circus Train

Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride

Peter Pan’s Flight

Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland

Storybook Land Canal Boats

It’s a Small World

Mickey’s Magic Mix

Snack break during Mickey's Magic Mix
Snack break during Mickey’s Magic Mix


Big Thunder Mountain

Fantasmic – one of my boys got scared during this show and didn’t want to watch all of it. He made is about half way through.

Critter County

Winnie the Pooh 

Splash Mountain


Tiki Room – my three year olds weren’t able to sit through the whole show.

Main Street USA

Magic Happens Parade

What a packed day! Next up, I am planning our visit to Disney’s California Adventure.

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