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The Disneyland Resort with school-aged kids: What not to miss (by age)

This blog post was originally published on Trekaroo, a website dedicated to everyday travel with kids, where you can read reviews and travel tips, connect with other traveling parents, and more. The author, Amy Whitley, is the founding editor of Pit Stops for Kids, a family travel resource. She writes for a number of print and online travel publications, and is a family travel expert at Best Family Travel Advice.

Southern California is one of the theme park capitals of the world, and for families trying to do it all (or all it’s possible to squeeze in before dropping in exhaustion), at least three to five days in the area is ideal. To stretch your vacation dollar, I recommend CityPASS for your theme park ticking needs: their all-inclusive Southern California passes include one day admission to Universal Studios Hollywood and SeaWorld, one day admission at either the San Diego Zoo or Safari Park (formerly known as the Wild Animal Park), and three-day park hopper admission to Disneyland Resort. Can you get to it all? If you plan your vacation around your three days at Disney (centrally located in Anaheim), the answer may be yes. And most certainly you’ll get your money’s worth. more ->

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