Children of all ages loved Disneyland. But are there really Disneyland Rides & Attractions for Toddlers & Babies? You’d be surprised by how often we get asked that question. Not only do toddlers & babies enjoy the performances & shows, but there are several Disneyland rides & attractions that are perfect for babies, toddlers & everyone else too. So this week’s 12 for Tuesday will feature 12 Disneyland Rides & Attractions for Toddlers and Babies. Each & everyone of the following rides have no height restrictions & are great for all ages.

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1. Enchanted Tiki Room {Adventureland}: “Hear a tropical serenade sung by a delightful chorus of enchanted birds, flowers and Tiki statues.”

2. Winnie the Pooh {Critter Country}: “Bounce up and down on a magical journey through the Hundred-Acre Woods for a whimsical visit with Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Piglet, Owl, Tigger and most of all Winnie the Pooh!”

3. Peter Pan’s Flight {Fantasyland}: “Soar from London to Never Land island in a flying pirate galleon and watch the daring adventures of Peter Pan as he confronts his dreaded arch-nemesis, Captain Hook.”

4. King Arthur Carrousel {Fantasyland}: “Gallop up and down on the back of one of 68 graceful white steeds as you recreate the legend of Camelot.”

5. Dumbo the Flying Elephant {Fantasyland}: “Soar through the air aboard a most unusual airborne animal on this iconic Disneyland Park attraction that recreates the magical spectacle of Dumbo the Flying Elephant.”

6. Casey Jr.Circus Train {Fantasyland}: “All aboard Casey Jr. for a charming ride around Storybook Land inside an adorable miniature circus train complete with passenger cars that resemble wild animal cages.”

7. Storybook Land {Fantasyland}: “Tour charming miniature reproductions of locations from some of your favorite Disney animated films aboard a brightly colored canal boat on a delightful cruise through Storybook Land.”

8. Mad Tea Party {Fantasyland}: “Spin round and round inside a giant multi-colored teacup as you celebrate a very merry unbirthday!”

9. Alice in Wonderland {Fantasyland}: “Follow the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole into the topsy-turvy realm of Wonderland where cats disappear into thin air, giant flowers sing and the spiteful Queen of Hearts commands a mad army of playing cards.”

10. It’s a Small World {Fantasyland}: “Board “the happiest cruise that ever sailed” for a joyful voyage through iconic scenes from around the globe as you are serenaded by dolls representing children from every nation — all living together in perfect harmony.”

11. Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters {Tomorrowland}: “Help save the galaxy when Buzz Lightyear recruits you as a Space Ranger to thwart the Evil Emporer Zurg! Spin, twist and turn as you shoot lasers at Zurg’s bad robots to keep them from carrying out his evil plan to steal the batteries from good toys everywhere.”

12. Astro Orbitor {Tomorrowland}: “Blast off into the outer reaches of the solar system on this retro rocket ride. Orbit the spiraling planets in your sleek ship that dips up and down at your command!”

Some other great rides that your little one may enjoy include:

* Jungle Cruse {Adventureland}: “Embark on a guided tour aboard a tramp steamer deep into the unexplored jungles of that world — filled with exotic animals and potential perils.” (Loud gun shoots may scare some little ones)

* Pirates of the Caribbean {New Orleans Square}: “As nighttime bruises the waters of the bayou, cruise deep into the caverns where pirates carouse and behave most abominably. Fireflies light the way as you discover the adventures of these pillaging privateers — not to mention the shenanigans of Captain Jack Sparrow!” (Darkness & loud noises may frighten some little ones.)

* Haunted Mansion {New Orleans Square}: “Enter, Mortals, if you dare! The Haunted Mansion is the elegant home of 999 ghosts, ghouls and goblins who are just dying to meet you! Could you be their 1000th gloom-mate? Climb aboard your Doom Buggy for an eerie tour of the place where a most spirited celebration awaits!” (Darkness may frighten some little ones.)

* Pinocchio’s Daring Journety {Fantasyland}: “Follow the colorful misadventures of an enchanted wooden puppet who wishes to be a real boy. Hop aboard a woodcarvers cart and journey to Geppetto’s Toy Shop, Stromboli’s Puppet Theatre and Pleasure Island — then escape a perilous encounter with Monstro the Whale.” (One of Disneyland’s “dark” rides, some little ones may be frightened.)

* Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride {Fantasyland}: “Zig and zag your way through a frenzied adventure aboard an out-of-control vintage motorcar. Join Mr. Toad on a madcap journey through Toad Hall and across the English countryside to “nowhere in particular.” (One of Disneyland’s “dark” rides, some little ones may be frightened.)

* Snow White’s Scary Adventures {Fantasyland}: “Venture into dark forests, creepy castles, dank dungeons, dark mines and slippery cliffs as you relive frightful moments from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. And, if you see an apple, don’t take a bite or it might be your last!”  (One of Disneyland’s “dark” rides, some little ones may be frightened.)

* Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin {Mickey’s Toontown}: “Hail a wacky taxi for the ride of your life as you spin through — and we do mean through — Toontown as you follow the hare-raising adventures of Roger Rabbit. The Weasels threaten to “rub out” Jessica Rabbit with a big dose of the deadly Dip. Can Roger stop them?” (Jerky car movements may frighten some little ones.)

* Captain EO starring Michael Jackson {Tomorrowland}: “An enhanced version of the classic 3-D film musical Captain EO starring Michael Jackson, is back. Fans of all ages can experience the magic of this innovative film.” (Loud sounds & sudden movement may scare little ones.)

* Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage {Tomorrowland}: “Dive into the Tomorrowland Lagoon and discover the world of Finding Nemo! As your whimsical Australian submarine sinks into the vibrant waters, explore the undersea curiosities and follow Marlin as he searches for Nemo through the perils that dwell in the ocean deeps.” (Darkness & small, enclosed spaces may frighten some little ones.)

& You definitely don’t want to miss the Disneyland Monorail, Disneyland Railroad, Sailing Ship Columbia, Mark Twain Riverboat, Davy Crockett’s Explorer Canoes, or any of the Main Street Vehicles.

If you are looking for somewhere where the kids can “run wild” be sure to check out the Chip ‘n Dale Treehouse, Donald’s Boat & Goofy’s Playhouse {all located in Mickey’s Toontown}, Innoventions {Tomorrowland},  Tarzan’s Treehouse {Adventureland}, & Pirate’s Lair on Tom Sawyer Island {Frontierland}.

xoxo, K

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