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Home to World of Disney (with its expansive collection of Disney merchandise) and various venues to play, shop, and dine.
Last updated: December 6, 2023
Downtown Disney, verdant and landscaped by day, pops alive with neon, glitter, and music at night. The complex offers specialty shopping, restaurants, and bowling.
Starbucks is located near World of Disney and the tram loading/unloading zone. This location serves all the chain's beverages and sandwiches and offers free Wi-Fi and full loyalty card benefits.
If you're not hungry, there's always shopping to keep you occupied. A 40,000-square-foot World of Disney store, the second largest on the planet, anchors the shopping scene.
Cosmetics are available at Sephora. For an artistic memento, WonderGround Gallery showcases edgy (and expensive) reinterpretations of classic Disney images, often signed by their creators.
The LEGO Store features interactive play tables with LEGO bricks and life-size statues of Disney characters made entirely of LEGO. Star Wars Trading Post offers merchandise from the series of films, as well items made exclusively for Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.
Self-parking rates start at $10 for the first hour. Guests receive 3 hours of parking in the Downtown Disney parking lot with a single minimum purchase of $20 at any shop, or restaurant (including kiosks), in Downtown Disney.
Additional hours cost $14 each every 30 minutes. The maximum daily parking for Downtown Disney is $66.
Guests who dine at a Downtown Disney table service restaurant receive 5 hours of free parking. Be sure to save your receipts to show the parking attendant on your way out.
The Downtown Disney Monorail Station is a futuristic transportation ride that takes guests from Downtown Disney to Tomorrowland inside Disneyland. The wait to board is usually 15-25, minutes and a valid Disneyland ticket is required to enter.
The monorail does not provide service during the evening fireworks at Disneyland Park and ceases to bring guests into the park 30 minutes before closing.
Downtown Disney has a wide variety of good dining options, from quick service to upscale places.
We've surveyed thousands of Disneyland visitors to find their favorite restaurants. Their top picks – and ours – are below.
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