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Check Out All the Disneyland & California Adventure Rides

    Check Out All the Disneyland & California Adventure Rides

    Every child's desire is to spend a vacation at a Disneyland resort. It truly is an experience unlike any other, from meeting with costumed characters to spending each evening in a themed suite. The rides, on the other hand, are what distinguish both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park.


    Together, Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure provide an endless range of attractions, ensuring that your trip is thrilling. Even though the two parks are close to one another, it might be challenging to decide which to visit first.

    The two Anaheim parks have 61 distinct rides, according to our count. Along with several other amusements, we have added certain seasonal rides. This comprehensive list of all the rides that are currently operating will help you plan the ideal Disney theme park schedule for your future trip to Disneyland!

    Disneyland Park:

    • Alice in Wonderland: Visitors travel through Alice's fantastical world on a caterpillar-shaped vehicle while seeing characters like the Mad Hatter, White Rabbit, and Cheshire Cat along the way in the dark.
    • Astro Orbiter: One of the numerous spinning rides at Disneyland Park, the Astro Orbitor is distinguished by its vistas over Tomorrowland. During operation, the two-person rocket that passengers are strapped into climbs and lowers in height, spins and creates a galaxy. Pulling a lever allows visitors to adjust the rocket's height.
    • Autopia: Since the theme park debuted in 1955, Autopia has fulfilled children's dreams of racing cars. Young visitors may feel the thrill of a real track racing in Autopia automobiles, which include a steering wheel and gas pedal.
    • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad: As the cart travels the track deep below the mine of Thunder Mountain, this experience transports passengers back in time to the Californian Gold Rush. Although the majority of this trip takes place outside, there are some dark passages as the train moves further into the cavern. A sliding boulder that the train nearly avoids and flowing waterfalls make the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad even more thrilling!
    • Buzz Lightyear Astro Busters: Children of all ages may assist Buzz Lightyear in his interactive laser tag battle against Emperor Zurg! Teams of two can board an XP-40 space cruiser, also known as an omnimover, and operate the laser weapons that are mounted on it. There will be moving targets including Zurg himself, each target having a distinct value.
    • Casey Jr. Circus Train: An attraction from the original Disneyland Park, Casey Jr. Circus Train has lasted this long because of young children's straightforward appeal. By boarding the train and choosing a cart or a cage, kids may enter Dumbo's world. The train plays enjoyable music to keep kids occupied as it travels through small villages that were inspired by other great Disney films, such Snow White.
    • Davy Crockett’s Explorer Canoes: For individuals who enjoy becoming active in the water, this attraction is for you. The 20-passenger, 35-foot-long Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes travel the rivers of America under the power of the passengers' oars. The canoes are made to appear and perform much like they did in Davey Crockett's day.

    Others are;

    • Disneyland Railroad
    • Dumbo the Flying Elephant
    • Gadget’s Go Coaster
    • Haunted Mansion
    • Haunted Mansion Holiday
    • Indiana Jones Adventure
    • It’s a Small World
    • Jungle Cruise
    • King Arthur Carrousel
    • Mad Tea Party
    • Main Street Cinema
    • Main Street Vehicles
    • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
    • Mark Twain Riverboat
    • Matterhorn Bobsleds
    • Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run
    • Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride
    • Peter Pan’s Flight
    • Pinnochio’s Daring Journey
    • Prates of the Caribbean
    • Roger Rabbit Car Toon Spin
    • Snow White’s Enchanted Wish
    • Space Mountain
    • Star Tours-The Adventure Continues
    • Star Wars- Rise of the Resistance
    • Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage
    • Sailing Ship Columbia
    • Splash Mountain
    • Tarzan’s Treehouse
    • Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln

    Disney California Adventure Park Rides

    • Golden Zephyr: It's nice to ride the spinning Golden Zephyr at night to see Pixar Pier's beautiful sunset. Twilight is also the greatest time to view the retro light show. Galactic gondolas that resemble the sets from Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers are used to transport passengers. The journey itself is pleasant and leisurely. There isn't a way to change the height. But this enables you to relax and take in the air!
    • Goofy’s Sky School: Visitors to Disney California Adventure may study flying techniques at Goofy's Sky School! Goofy's Sky School is modelled by the early Walt Disney animation Goofy's Glider and is intended to be an illegal flight school. The bizarre rollercoaster design and the useless informational signs placed along the track reflect this.
    • Guardians of the Galaxy- Mission: BREAKOUT!
    • Guardians of the Galaxy- Monsters After Dark
    • Incrediocoaster
    • Jessie’s Critter Carousel
    • Jumpin’ Jellyfish
    • The Little Mermaid- Ariel’s Undersea Adventure
    • Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters
    • Luigi’s Honkin’ Haul-O-Ween
    • Master’s Junkyard Jamboree
    • Master’s Graveyard JamBOOree
    • Master’s Jingle Jamboree
    • Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley to the Rescue!
    • Pixar Pal-A-Round
    • Radiator Springs Racers
    • Silly Symphony Swings
    • Soarin’ Around the World
    • Web Slinger: A Spider-Man Adventure
    • Grizzly River Run
    • Inside Out Emotional Whirlwind
    • Red Car Trolley
    • Disney Junior Dance Party
    • Toy Story Midway Mania

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How many rides are there in Disneyland and California Adventure?

    There are total of 34 attractions in California.

    Are California Adventure and Disneyland the same?

    Disney land is practically about and Disney while California Adventure is more of thrill rides and a better park for adults.


    Equal amounts of time should be spent at Disneyland Park and Disneyland California Adventure. Although they both have a lot of rides, if you plan ahead you can easily navigate them all. To get the most out of your stay at California's Disneyland Resort, be sure to use this list while choosing the rides for your schedule.