Neighboring Disneyland Park is the California Adventure, which adds another exciting voyage for Disneyland enthusiasts. Opened in February 8, 2001, Disney has yet again, captured the attention of millions of both local and international guests. The theme park was created to commemorate and give homage to the state of California, which is why each area in the park was reminiscent of the different famous landmarks in the state.
One of park’s sections called “Sunshine Plaza” has a replica of the world renowned Golden Gate Bridge. Paradise Pier presents a wide array of attractions. One of the most famous and the ride that is worth the wait is the California Screamin’ which mimics the rides as well as the atmosphere of a classic boardwalk. Here you can also find Toy Story Mania; a ride that even adults may enjoy.
The Adventure Park’s most featured event is the World of Color in Paradise Bay where guests can have an awesome color viewing experience hydro-technic style which only shows at night and during certain days of the week. Enter a world of wilderness at Grizzly peak recreation area and take a splash on the highly recommended Grizzly river run. And of course, Disney California Adventure won’t be complete without a depiction of the famous Hollywood.
Hollywood Pictures Back lot is without a doubt, a mock-up of Hollywood boulevard and has movie inspired attractions on the list such as the Tower of Terror, Monsters Inc., Mike and Suley to the rescue and the Hyperion Theater.
Another addition to the park which opened on 2003 is the Bug’s Life themed Bug’s Land. The land makes you feel like you shrunk and got disembarked in the world of tiny creatures where everything around you is enormous. It also has a lot of attractions for kids.
To make the most out of your day, Disney offers the fast pass which you can avail in order to save your place in line for a certain ride while you explore the rest of Disneys California Adventure Park.