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This is a junior roller coaster at the Disneyland theme park in Anaheim, California based on the work of the character Gadget Hackwrench from the Disney animated series Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers. The coaster reaches a top speed of 21.7 miles per hour.

A) Rescue Rail-ride 

B) Go-Go Gadget Coaster

C) Gadget's Go Coaster 

Gadget's Go Coaster 


This ride is located in Frontierland and a streak through a haunted gold mine aboard a speeding train on this thrilling coaster-style ride, with surroundings made to resemble Bryce Canyon in Utah. This ride reaches a top speed of 35 miles per hour.

A) Big Thunder Mountain Railroad 

B) Small Lightning Hill Plane Ride 

C) Medium Rain Cliff Glide 

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad 


This Antebellum-style eatery in Disneyland has a riverfront terrace for Southern cooking.

A) Ohana's Best Friends 

B) Topolino's Terrace 

C) River Belle Terrace

River Belle Terrace


New Orleans-themed eatery with Southern fare, counter service & a garden seating area.

A) Beignet Cafe 

B) Bonjour Service 

C) French Market  

French Market (Tiana's Place)


This upscale Arts & Crafts hotel with a 6-story, lodge-style lobby has direct access to Disney California Adventure Park and the Downtown Disney District. Polished rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus coffeemakers, bunk beds and/or pull-out sofas. Suites add living areas and up to 3 bedrooms. Club-level quarters provide access to a lounge serving free breakfast and snacks.

A) Grand Hyatt Place 

B) The Anaheim Locale 

C) Grand Californian Hotel

Grand Californian Hotel


These rides are a pair of intertwined steel rollercoasters modeled after the mountain in the Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy. It is the first known tubular steel track rollercoaster and it reaches a top speed of 25-27 miles per hour.

A) Alps Coaster Cruise 

B) Race to The Bottom of The Mountain

C) Matterhorn Bobsleds 

Matterhorn Bobsleds


This ride is an accelerated drop-tower, dark ride attraction at the Disney California Adventure park at the Disneyland Resort and it's quite hard to miss as it soars 183 feet over the park. Opening on May 27th, 2017, replacing the previous Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, this ride reaches a top speed of 39 miles per hour.

A) Avengers Assemble - Infinity War

B) Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission Outbreak! 

C) The Defenders - Fight for New York

Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission Outbreak! 


Evocative restaurant by Disneyland's Pirates of the Caribbean ride serving Cajun specialties. 

A) Louisiana's Restaurant 

B) Blue Bayou Restaurant

C) Bay Area Lookout 

Blue Bayou Restaurant 


This rustic counter-serve option in Disneyland's Critter Country serves American classics riverside. 

A) Famished Dog 

B) Hungry Bear 

C) Pooh's Hideout 

Hungry Bear 


Dating from 1927, this historic, landmark hotel is set on a valley floor with views of Half Dome, Glacier Point and Yosemite Falls. It's 1.5 miles from Yosemite Village. Warm, cozy rooms feature natural wood furnishings, free Wi-Fi and TVs. Some have balconies with views of cliffs or waterfalls; suites provide parlors. Room service is available.

A) The Ahwahnee 

B) Pawnee Village 

C) The Back Trails Hotel

The Ahwahnee


This ride is a steel wild mouse rollercoaster based on Disney's 1940 short film Goofy's Glider. The rethemed attraction opened on July 1, 2011 and it reaches a top speed of 27 miles per hour.

A) Goofy's Sky School

B) Goofy Academy 

C) Top Goofy

Goofy's Sky School


This ride is a slot car ride in Cars Land featuring a third-generation version of transport technology originally developed for the Test Track attraction at Epcot in Walt Disney World. This ride reaches a top speed of 40 miles per hour.

A) Radiator Springs Racers 

B) McQueen's Racing Cup

C) Mater Tow Ride 

Radiator Springs Racers 


Main Street courtyard restaurant featuring American comfort-food dishes inspired by Walt Disney. 

A) Carnation Cafe

B) Rose Cafe

C) Lily Area

Carnation Cafe


Spacious hangar with outdoor seating serving informal international eats such as noodles & ribs.

A) Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo

B) Loading Cart 1 Consumables 

C) Docking Bay 9 Food & Cargo

Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo


This relaxed, boardwalk-themed hotel is an 8-minute walk from Downtown Disney shopping and a 15-minute walk from the front gate of Disneyland. Informal rooms and suites feature beach-themed decor, free Wi-Fi and satellite TV; many have park views. Upgraded rooms include access to a lounge with free breakfast, drinks and snacks. Room service is available.

A) Oceanview Heights 

B) The Boardwalk 

C) Paradise Pier Hotel

Paradise Pier Hotel


This is not a rollercoaster, rather a transportation system to get from point A to B that opened on June 14th, 1959 and was the very first daily operating system like it in the western hemisphere. It consists of three Mark VII trains - red, blue and orange - and it reaches a top speed of 30 miles per hour.

A) Disneyland AMTRAK 

B) Disneyland Monorail 

C) Disneyland Railway 

Disneyland Monorail 


Every day is a zippity-doo-da day in Critter Country and this attraction is a log flume ride based on the animated sequences of the 1946 Disney film Song of the South that officially opened on July 17th, 1989.

A) Rain Mountain 

B) Wave Mountain 

C) Splash Mountain

Splash Mountain 


Veteran Disneyland restaurant serving Cajun & Creole specialties in casual surrounds with a patio. 

A) Beignet Booth

B) Cafe Orleans

C) Gumbo Corner 

Cafe Orleans 


Fantasyland counter-serve cafe featuring American eats, a cobblestone patio & Pinocchio murals. 

A) Red Robin Tavern 

B) The Brigantine 

C) Red Rose Tavern

Red Rose Tavern 


This casual, Tudor-style hotel is 1 mile from both Disneyland theme park and Disney California Adventure park, and 3 miles from Angel Stadium of Anaheim baseball venue. Warm, relaxed rooms have flat-screens, free Wi-Fi and coffeemakers, along with minifridges. Some rooms have pull-out sofas, while upgraded rooms add castle-shaped bunk beds. Suites have separate sitting areas, and room service is available.

A) Tinkerbell's B&B

B) Majestic Garden Hotel

C) Happy Hamlet Inn

Majestic Garden Hotel


This ride is an indoor, space-themed rollercoaster in Tomorrowland that opened on May 27, 1977. It was the second rollercoaster built at Disneyland, was the second of the five versions of this attraction built by the Walt Disney Company and it reaches a top speed of 32 miles per hour. 

A) Space Mountain 

B) Splash Mountain 

C) Witch Mountain 

Space Mountain


This is the fastest rollercoaster at Disneyland that can be found in Pixar Pier. It is a steel launched rollercoaster manufactured by Intamin thatoriginally opened as California Screamin' on February 8th, 2001.

A) Incredilauncher 

B) Incrediride 

C) Incredicoaster 



Outfit in the Downtown Disney District with Creole fare & live jazz that's suitable for families. 

A) Hard Rock Cafe 

B) The Sax and Trumpet Cafe 

C) Jazz Kitchen Coastal & Patio 

Jazz Kitchen Coastal & Patio 


Quick-serve spot featuring a character breakfast buffet & fried chicken dinner.

A) Plaza Inn

B) Town Square Eatery 

C) Mickey's Buffet 

Plaza Inn


Part of Disneyland, this modern, themed hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Disneyland Park and Downtown Disney. The contemporary rooms, some with resort views, feature Sleeping Beauty-themed beds with light-up musical headboards. All have free Wi-Fi and TVs with the Disney Channel, while suites (some with pirate, safari and other Disney themes) add DVD players, wet bars and eating areas. Club room guests receive firework views, complimentary snacks/drinks, and pre-arrival itinerary planning.

A) Disneyland Hotel

B) Disney World Hotel

C) Mickey's Playhouse Hotel

Disneyland Hotel

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