10 Reasons Why Disneyland Is The Happiest Place On Earth
Start writing a post
Entertainment

10 Reasons Why Disneyland Is The Happiest Place On Earth

"Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age, and dreams are forever." - Walt Disney

20093
10 Reasons Why Disneyland Is The Happiest Place On Earth

1. The happiness you feel when you take your first few steps onto Main Street

There’s no greater feeling then taking your first steps into Disneyland. All the early 1900's buildings and the horse drawn carriages Walt Disney used to see in his hometown of Marceline, Missouri gets you pumped for the long and magical day ahead.

2. You get to see the friendly faces of Disney characters you used to look up to

Whether your favorite Disney character is Princess Jasmine or Mickey Mouse, you always know you can count on the smiling faces of the characters you still know and love.

3. They have rides for every age

No matter how old you are, you know you can have the best time flying in a boat over London on the Peter Pan ride or going underwater in a submarine saying hello to all of Nemo’s friends and family.

4. You feel like a kid again when you watch the firework's show

Nothing brings more tears in your eyes then watching the fireworks show and listening to the wonderful medley of all your favorite Disney music.

5. When you’re there, you somehow forget all your life problems

No matter what problems you are facing, something about the atmosphere of Disneyland makes you forget them the whole day you’re there.

6. No matter how many times you’ve been, you always find something new to do

There’s always so many nooks and crannies at Disneyland that no matter how many times you’ve been you can always find a new attraction or a new character to take a picture with. You never will be bored when you go to the magical land.

7. They go full out for Halloween and Christmas

Halloween and Christmas are the two most popular holidays of the year, and Disneyland somehow makes the two holidays even better. Whether it’s playing in Santa’s Land behind Thunder Mountain or enjoying the Dia de los Muertos skeleton display in Frontierland, you know that going to Disneyland during the holidays is the best decision you could ever make.

8. You get to eat unhealthy food and not feel guilty about it

Whether your favorite food there is the ginormous chicken legs or their delicious Mickey Mouse pretzels, you can assure yourself that when you spend a day at Disney you can’t really avoid the deliciousness of all the unhealthy food you know and love.

9. You get to take the cutest pictures

Whether your favorite picture spot is in front of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle or at the entrance of the Disney Park, you always know you will snap the cutest photos for Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

10. You get to feel like a prince or princess for the day

No matter how much you deny it, you can’t resist the urge of wanting to feel like a royal prince or princess for the day. At Disneyland they can almost guarantee that you will feel that moment of royalty.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.
Featured

29 Things To Do in Myrtle Beach, SC Regardless Of The Weather

Both indoors and outdoors things to do in beautiful Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

427
29 Things To Do in Myrtle Beach, SC Regardless Of The Weather
Dahlia DeHaan

In 2017, I moved to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - one of the most touristy places on the East Coast. And ever since then, I've befriended locals and done some exploring on my own to discover new, fun things to do in Myrtle Beach. Here are just a few of my favorites.

Keep Reading... Show less
Sports

The Birthplace of Basketball

The NBA Playoffs are here. It’s kind of funny that my history kind of started out in the same place that basketball’s did too.

2806
quotefancy.com

Basketball was originally created by James Naismith, a Presbyterian minister who taught P.E. at YMCA in Springfield, Massachusetts. He invented the new game to keep the young men occupied inside during the winter. Borrowing ideas from rugby and a game he used to play as a boy, “duck on the rock”, he thought of nailing up boxes to throw a ball into. He couldn’t find boxes so he used peach baskets instead. The rest of the rules he made up in about an hour.

Keep Reading... Show less
Featured

I Met You At The Wrong Time

At least, that's what I keep telling myself.

2908
Tumblr

I met you when I was in middle school and I thought boys still had cooties. I wore flared jeans, Aeropostale shirts, and had the dorkiest braces ever. I cared about what other people thought of me, and I definitely cared a lot about what you thought, too. You were older, and your friends made fun of me when I talked to you. I pretended it didn’t bother me, but it did. I sat two rows in front of you in class, and constantly tried to think of reasons to talk to you. Your hair was a curly mess. It still is. You graduated from middle school a year before me, and I missed you. I don’t think you even knew my name.

Keep Reading... Show less
Sports

The Problem With The NBA

Is the NBA losing to College basketball for some sports fans?

15718
New York Times

The annual ESPY award show put on by ESPN was created to reward athletes from around the world for their hard work, skill, determination and more. When Former NFL superstar quarterback Peyton Manning was hosting the ceremony, and in the opening of the show, he absolutely shredded NBA champion Kevin Durant’s move to the Golden State Warriors to create what many sports fans called a “super team.”

Keep Reading... Show less
Featured

Why I Don't Believe In Religion

I used to be comfortable with religion, but now I'm uncomfortable.

16278
Rebecca Jarrett

I’m not one of those people who doesn’t believe in God because“if there was a God, why would He let such horrible things happen?” Saying that because sometimes bad things happen, there must be no benevolent higher power, to me, makes about as much sense as saying that because sometimes it gets dark, there must be no light.

Keep Reading... Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments