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After a day at the theme parks, many people head to this high-energy entertainment complex that features restaurants such as the House of Blues and Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen, attractions like ESPN Zone, plus Disney souvenir stores galore.
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So if you like crowded overpriced stores, this place is for you. It is just as expensive as the park and they dont have any unique shopping. The reason we go is for The Void. This is a awesome walkthrough virtual reality based on Star...More
I was quite disappointed after visiting this location after visiting the Disney Springs location in Orlando. About 45% of the businesses are under construction. The restrooms are not taken care of and they are small.
We visited downtown Disney the first evening we arrived in Anaheim. We wanted to walk around and look at the shops and watch some of the entertainment that might be happening. quite a few of the shops/restaurants were closed because Disney was going to build...More
The Downtown Disneyland area is so much more fun than I'd imagined it would be. There's so many dining, shopping and entertainment choices here that you really could spend the day here. Its a great place to unwind before and after a long day in...More
Downtown Disney has recently closed some major establishments (ESPN Zone, Rainforest Cafe, AMC Theaters, Wetzel's Pretzels) but there are plans to open a couple more eateries and talks of a new hotel being raised up.
In any case, new additions (such as the bowling alley)...More
Always enjoy the buzz of the Downtown Disney district and this trip was no exception BUT there was definitely a bit of disappointment and even eeriness with the closure of the venues up the Disneyland Hotel area of DTD due to the plans for the...More
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We took uber from LAX to Disneyland and the surrounding areas. Which was cheaper than a taxi. There are also shuttles that run between the airport and the many hotels near Disneyland. Downtown Disney is always busy but... More
We took uber from LAX to Disneyland and the surrounding areas. Which was cheaper than a taxi. There are also shuttles that run between the airport and the many hotels near Disneyland. Downtown Disney is always busy but morning and early afternoon is a little less crazy!