Missing Disneyland? Here Are 7 Ways To Keep The Magic Alive

With these ideas, you’ll be whistling while you quarantine in no time.
Missing Disneyland? Here Are 7 Ways To Keep The Magic Alive
Photograph by Emily J. Davis

1. Join or create a virtual streaming party of theme park shows or Disney movies on social media.

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2. Browse through the hashtag #HomemadeDisney for fan-made takes on beloved Disney rides. twitter.com/Brookie_disney

3. Check out Disney’s new website, which includes high-quality virtual ride-throughs, new video series including “At Home With Olaf” and “Draw with Pixar,” and free Disney-themed Zoom backgrounds to jazz up your next video conference. disneymagicmoments.com

 

4. Support a local business and get theme park-quality (if not better) dole whip from Hula Girls Shave Ice in Huntington Beach. Order online for curbside pick-up at my-site-100228-102576.square.site/

5. Craving churros and other iconic Disneyland snacks? You can find recipes to try at home at d23.com/disney-recipe-collection/ and picky-palate.com/disneyhungry/disney-copycat-recipes/. Check out the Disney Parks Blog to learn how to make the popular Mickey-shaped beignets from New Orleans Square.

6. While you’re cleaning out your closet, pull together an outfit inspired by a Disney character to don at home.

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7. Play background music loops on YouTube to create that charming park ambiance.


More:

Read our recent cover story on Disneyland full of tips, tricks, trivia, and exclusive interviews. orangecoast.com/tag/lightspeed-to-disneyland/

Read an essay about how being a Disneyland tour guide in the ‘60s led to many surprises. orangecoast.com/essays/being-a-disneyland-tour-guide-in-the-60s-led-to-many-surprises/

Get a glimpse of Disneyland at its beginnings in this photo essay. orangecoast.com/photo-essay/making-magic-a-glimpse-of-disneyland-at-its-beginnings-photo-essay/

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