It’s a tough choice, we know. But it’s an inevitable one: which Disneyland attraction comes first? Take the guess work out of the equation, and find out which attraction should be at the top of your list (for today at least):
My favorite drink is:
My Disney life motto is:
My favorite subject in school is:
Select a verb:
My favorite Disney song is:
My writing instrument of choice is:
Pick a pair of Mickey ears:
I appreciate it most when a friend is:
The language I most want to learn is:
My favorite Disney Parks entertainment is:
You got Autopia!
You like to live life in the fast lane and can’t wait to speed through all your favorite rides. So it only makes sense that you would rev your engines on the race track first.
You got Big Thunder Mountain Railroad!
You like a little thrill to start the day. You’re a bit of a daredevil and nothing wake you up better than this runaway mine train.
You got Haunted Mansion!
As they say, it’s an oldie but a goodie, just like all the residents you meet along the way in your doom buggy. Just don’t linger too long in those halls.
You got Jungle Cruise!
You come for the scenery, but you stay for the jokes. This ride takes you through some of the greatest wonders of the earth (backside of water, anyone?), and you have a few laughs along the way.
You got King Arthur’s Carrousel!
You can’t start the day off without a fairytale beginning. You love the Disney classics, the magic, the music. This is the perfect place to ride down memory lane and back.
You got Peter Pan’s Flight!
First stop of the day: Never Land, obviously. This attraction has it all: flying, pirates, beautiful view of London, pixie dust. It’s pretty magical. We see why you would want to start here.
You got Space Mountain!
You are launching into your day at full speed. There’s no wasting any time. No matter when you arrive, a trip to Tomorrowland is always first on the list.
You got Star Tours — The Adventures Continue!
You can’t start the day without traveling to a galaxy far, far away and back. With the promise of rogue spies, a pep talk from Yoda, and an unknown flight path, it’s just too good to pass up.