Disneyland, the legacy of Walt Disney, the founder of the giant “Walt Disney Company”, was built in 1955, and currently gets more than 14 million visitors annually. Like Walt Disney wanted, it is a magical land. It’s divided into eight sections: Discoveryland, themed after a Midwestern American town at the turn of 20th Century; Frontierland, based on the Mark Twain Riverboat; Adventureland, the jungle-themed part; Fantasyland, themed after Disney stories and scripts; New Orleans Square, based on 19th Century New Orleans; Critter County; Mickey’s Toontown, house to popular cartoon characters like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goody; and Tommorrowland, based on future inventions.
It goes without saying that Disneyland can be a really fun place to go. Here, you can eat, dine, shop, play and do pretty much anything you can think of. And the huge establishment is carefully designed to make sure that you’re offered a great many ways to have fun. There’s a reason that Disneyland hasn’t been replaced by any other competitor, and that’s probably because the people at Disney know how to take care of their visitors.
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