The is our continued look at hidden spots at the Disney parks in Anaheim. If you missed our other posts, you can view them here:
Tarzan's Treehouse™ Attraction located in Adventureland. Tour the legendary vine-swinger’s jungle home—built in an 80-foot-tall tree—and experience life on the wild side.
To the left of Indiana Jones attraction, or upon exiting, you can see artifacts from the film including the actual Jeep used..
New Orleans Square is filled with beautiful sights and sounds. One notable spot is the fountain located as you exit the Disneyland Railroad.
Fortune Red – New Orleans Square Ahoy—heed the advice of a salty ol’ seadog famous for predicting the fate of unsuspecting scallywags! Landlubbers are invited to haul anchor over to Royal Street for a mysterious encounter with Fortune Red, the crusty pirate fortune teller tucked away near Pieces of Eight and Pirates of the Caribbean.
Disney California Adventure has a few forgotten spots!
The Animation Studio located in Hollywood Land where you can draw your very own character sketch under the guidance of a talented animator.
Fun for all ages and experience levels, this unique hands-on experience teaches you simple tricks and techniques to give your drawing that special Disney flair. Receive step-by-step instruction on how to illustrate your own version of a popular Disney character, and when you’re done, keep your art as a souvenir!
Classes occur every 30 minutes. To participate, simply show up at the Disney Animation Building where you can join in the fun once space is available.
Learn the Secrets of Animation and venture inside the Magic Mirror Realm, where hands-on exhibitions reveal the “tricks” of the animators’ art, turning still images into the illusion of motion. You can even draw on your imagination—planning, sketching and animating your very own scene.
Enter a chamber modeled after the Beast’s secret library from Beauty and the Beast and interact with an enchanted book to discover which Disney character your personality most resembles.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".