Tag Archives: Fantasyland

Review: A Fairytale Breakfast at Red Rose Taverne

Deep in the heart of Disneyland’s Fantasyland, the Red Rose Taverne will whisk you away into the story of Beauty and the Beast with French-inspired cuisine. Walking in, you will get transported to Belle’s provincial town where you can order food in the middle of the town square. This fan favorite restaurant has now started serving […]

Disneyland’s Dumbo Scheduled to Return April 27th

According to park hours and information released this morning by the Disneyland Resort, the Fantasyland classic, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, will reopen at Disneyland Park on April 27th. The attraction has been closed since January 8th for a refurbishment that included a fresh coat of paint and a brand new relocated queue that includes a […]

Disneyland’s Red Rose Taverne to Serve Breakfast

Beginning Wednesday at Disneyland Park, Red Rose Taverne (formerly Village Haus) in Fantasyland will serve breakfast each morning from park open until 11:00am. Today will be the last day that breakfast is available at Rancho del Zocalo in Frontierland, which began serving breakfast when River Belle Terrace started its transformation to a sit-down restaurant in […]

Disneyland’s Main Street Vehicles and Dumbo Closing for Major Refurbishments

January 8th closures for both Disneyland’s Main Street Vehicles and Dumbo the Flying Elephant attraction have been on the schedule for awhile, but until now we didn’t know the extent of the work being done. The Disney Parks Blog is reporting that the track for the Horse-Drawn Streetcars will be entirely replaced for the first […]

Power Outage Affects Disneyland Park

On one of the busiest days of the year at the Disneyland Resort, a power outage is affecting some areas of Disneyland Park. According to reports, power went out at about 11:00am in both Toontown and Fantasyland due to issues with a transformer. Guests were escorted off of several rides in the those areas. The […]

Disneyland vs. Magic Kingdom: Fantasyland

Of all the lands, Fantasyland is probably the land that is the most quintessentially Disney. It was created to showcase the Disney movies and consists mainly of classic dark rides. For me, dark rides are what make Disney — Disney. Amusement parks have thrill rides, but theme parks are much different. It is the theming that […]

Hidden Gems of the Disneyland Resort Part 1: Main Street, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland

When it comes to a visit to the Disneyland Resort, it can sometimes be a little overwhelming. Between the record breaking crowds visiting, the unbearable parking situation plaguing the resort, as well as the construction going on at the back of Disneyland Park, it can cause a lot of headaches. But what if I were to […]

How to “Skip” Lunch at Disneyland

Noon rolls around, your Mickey waffles from breakfast this morning are longer fueling your feet, and the scent of every popcorn cart is starting to seem intoxicating – what do you do? If you’re like most people, you probably dart into the closest quick-service restaurant for a subpar burger to keep you going until you […]

Celebrate Fantasyland With New Charm Set From PANDORA Jewelry

Walt Disney himself named Fantasyland “the happiest land of all” and it has charmed guests of all ages for years. You can celebrate this whimsical land with today’s release of a three-piece charm gift set by PANDORA Jewelry. Morgan Sklar, the associate merchandise product developer with Disney Parks Merchandise, says “The attractions in Fantasyland have […]

Photo Opportunity with Cinderella’s Carriage for Easter

To celebrate the week of Easter, guests can take their picture with Cinderella’s Carriage in the Magic Kingdom from now until April 19! The carriage will be located in New Fantasyland, near the castle walls. The photo opportunity simply allows guests to take their picture in front of the carriage, as no guests will be […]