ATMs: ATMs are located at the Main Street Bank, immediately to the left as you enter Frontierland from Main Street, in Fantasyland near Princess Fantasy Faire, and in Tomorrowland. The ATMs are provided by Chase and will charge a fee for non-account holders.
City Hall: Disneyland's City Hall is just inside the left train tunnel as you enter the park. There you'll be able to get almost any question answered, as well as file complaints or—hopefully—compliments.
Disney Dollars: Disney Dollars are the private currency of Disneyland. Any cash accepting location inside of the park will accept Disney Dollars as well. You can purchase Disney Dollars at several locations inside of Disneyland, including the Disneyana store and the Emporium, both on Main Street. Purchases of Disney Dollars can be made with cash or credit card, and one good tip is that to avoid the fees at the ATMs, you can purchase Disney Dollars instead (they will show on your credit card bill as a purchase and not a cash advance). When making a purchase with Disney Dollars change will be given in U.S. currency. Disney Disney Dollars can be returned for cash at any location that sells them, though there is a limit (around $40) to how many Disney Dollars may be returned without the approval of a manager. Unused Disney Dollars can be spent at Disneyland, Disney's California Adventure, and anywhere at the Walt Disney Resort. They are not accepted at Disneyland Paris, Tokyo Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland or the Disney Cruise Line.
Equipment Rental: Strollers, manual wheelchairs, and ECVs can be rented inside the park. Rentals are a flat price for the entire day. If your rented stroller goes missing through the day you can return to the rental station (near the right train tunnel as you enter the park) for a replacement. Strollers rent for $15 (two for $25), wheelchairs are $32, and ECVs are $70. Both the wheelchair and ECV prices include a refundable $20 deposit. During peak periods a joint rental operation for both parks may be set up in the Esplanade area between Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure; during slower periods of the year each park runs its own rental operation immediately inside each park.
First Aid and Baby Care: The first aid station and baby care center are located right next to each other at the castle end of Main Street. Take a sharp right as you pass the Photo Store and go behind the corn dog wagon. The baby center provides a quiet place for feeding as well as size-appropriate toilets. The first aid station can provide over-the-counter medicines for aches or pains as well as bandages for blisters and other minor maladies. If the matter is more serious they can refer you to the nearest hospital facilities or get you the assistance needed. The first aid station is manned by registered nurses.
Lockers: Lockers inside of Disneyland are located halfway down Main Street on the right side (as you approach the castle) next to Main Street Cone Shop. Sizes available there are small and large. Three locker locations are also available outside of the park: a large locker room (also containing just small and large lockers) is positioned to the left of the entry gates outside of each park and three sizes of larger lockers are found in the picnic area, outside the security checks on the Downtown Disney side. Rental prices are $7, $10, $11, $12, or $15 for a locker, depending on size. Bills and credit cards are accepted, no change is given. A single payment pays for the entire day and you can open and close the locker without further charge.
Restrooms: Restrooms are of course easily found throughout the park, with varying levels of amenities and theming. Some smaller restrooms are in out of the way corners and the closest restroom may not be where you think.
Kennel: There is a kennel available for dogs and cats just outside of Disneyland Park, to the right of the main gates. The fee is $20 per day and pets can not be left overnight. For all dogs over four months of age, rabies and distemper vaccination certificates are required. Cats over 4 months old need proof of vaccination for rabies, distemper, hepatitis, panleulaopenia, rhinotracheitus and calcivirus.
Smoking: Smoking is allowed in only designated areas in the park. Disneyland has three such areas. They are in Fantasyland across from the Matterhorn Bobsleds, in Frontierland just past the exit to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and in New Orleans Square next to the Harbour Galley.
The Lands (Areas of the Park)
Disneyland is divided into eight "lands" or sections. Each land has a theme it tries to stick to, with rides, shows, stores, and dining to choose from. Clicking on one of these links will take you to that lands page where you can learn general information, history, and trivia as well as drill down to all the options within that area.
- Adventureland Home of exotic lands and interesting people. The Jungle Cruise is this lands signature attraction, though Indiana Jones may be more popular.
- Critter Country Follow Brer Rabbit into the briar patch or ride a beehive through Pooh's hunny dream.
- Fantasyland The busiest part of the park and where all the great animated classics come together.
- Frontierland Head out to Old West to ride a mine train, a pirate ship, a riverboat, or just see a show.
- Main Street, U.S.A. Themed to a turn-of-the-20th-century rural town, it has all the standards: city hall, bank, arcade, fire station, cinema, and soda fountain among others. Main Street station for the Disneyland Railroad is the first things you'll see when you enter the park.
- Mickey's Toontown As shown in the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit, this is where all the classic characters live.
- New Orleans Square Find yourself in the French Quarter, perhaps eating at The Blue Bayou, right on the water. This is the land where Pirates of the Caribbean and Haunted Mansion battle it out for the title of greatest Disney ride of all time.
- Tomorrowland Look to the future, or perhaps look at how people use to look to the future.