The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland 2018 Has Arrived!


Disneyland 2018A great destination and thorough preparation are what make a wonderful vacation! Filled with revolutionary, field-tested touring plans that can save four hours of waiting in line in a single day, The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland 2018 is the key to planning a perfect vacation. Get up-to-date information on Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. Each attraction is described in detail and rated by age group based on a survey of more than 20,000 families. Whether you’re visiting Disneyland for a day or a week, there is a plan for any group or family. Enjoy the rides, activities, and entertainment instead of wasting time standing in line.

Whats NEW in The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland 2018?

  • Tips on how to maximize your day using Disney’s new MaxPass reservation system
  • Review of the Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout attraction
  • Tips on navigating Disneyland’s new parking and security procedures
  • Information on the new and returning nighttime spectaculars, including World of Colors and Fantasmic!
  • Coverage of the recent Walking Dead and Harry Potter attractions at Universal Studios Hollywood
  • Update on Universal Studios CityWalk
  • Freshly optimized touring plans for Disneyland, Disney’s California Adventure, and Universal Studios Hollywood
  • Updated hotel and restaurant reviews from around the Anaheim area
  • Sneak preview of the all-new Star Wars Land, opening in 2019

About the authors: Bob Sehlinger, a Lowell Thomas Award–winning journalist, is best known as the creator and producer of The Unofficial Guide series. A contributor to several top-selling guidebooks, Seth Kubersky is nationally recognized as an authority on theme parks and amusement attractions. Len Testa leads the team at, the website and a research arm of The Unofficial Guides. Guy Selga Jr. is a passionate Disney fan, a blogger, and a researcher at

All Disneyland fans should also check out The Disneyland Story: The Unofficial Guide to the Evolution of Walt Disney’s Dream by Sam Gennawey. If you enjoyed this post, sign up for our newsletter here.


  1. Diane McLaughlin April 16, 2018Reply

    I often visit Disney World in Orlando. I am going to be on west coast for a couple of weeks. Do I need to do Disneyland? and/or Californialand?
    I think if I do either it would be California, as World is likely very similar (if not superior to) Land.

    • Liliane April 16, 2018Reply

      Hi Diane: I personally think that visiting Disneyland is a must as it is the first of Walt’s park. I am actually going myself in 2 weeks from now (return visit) and will visit both parks. They are literally across the plaza from one another and easily accessible. Disneyland has a most amazing ‘It’s A Small World’ ride and a fabulous Haunted Mansion, much different from the attractions in WDW. There are also attractions that are not at WDW such as The Disneyland Story, presenting Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, and the fabulous Indiana Jones Adventure.
      I hope this helps. Have a magical visit. Liliane

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