When you visit Disneyland and California Adventure with kids, it can be really handy to have an understanding of how the rides are organized – where they are and the different height requirements. A large amount of rides don’t have a height requirement, so even babies can ride them (I’ve worn my babies in a baby carrier on most of the rides they can go on). For more tips on going to Disneyland with a baby, check out my blog post here. In the printable below, I have sorted the rides first by the “land” (area of the park) that they are in. If there is a height requirement, Ii noted it after the ride title. These are free to download to anyone on my email list (as well as lots of other free Disneyland printables!) One page lists all of the Disneyland rides sorted by their lands of Main Street USA, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, Adventureland, Frontierland, New Orleans Square, Critter Country, Galaxy’s Edge, and Mickey’s Toontown. The next page lists all of the rides in California Adventure listed by their lands of Hollywood Land, Carsland, Grizzly Peak, Avengers Campus, Paradise Gardens Park, and Pixar Pier.
If you need help planning your Disneyland trip, I can help! I have created a free spreadsheet in Google Sheets to help my email subscribers maximize their magical trip to Disneyland. Once you become an email subscriber (use the handy box on the right), you will receive an email with a link to my resource library with various Disneyland resources, including my PDF of tips, downloadable Google planning sheets, Disneyland scavenger hunts, and more! For a sneak peek and more info on my planning sheets, click here. You may also be interested in my posts on taking a toddler to Disneyland, packing a diaper bag for Disneyland, or my other Disneyland posts.