Disneyland Family Reunions
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Disneyland is a favorite vacation destination for kids, and those who are still kids at heart. So it only makes sense to hold your next family reunion at the "Happiest Place on Earth". Your Disneyland family reunion is easy to plan and is guaranteed to be a success.
To arrange your Disney family reunion, call the Disneyland Vacation Planning Services Department. The service staff will help you book rooms at the resort hotels, and arrange admission tickets to the park. By purchasing in bulk, you should be able to receive discounted prices on tickets for everyone in your family.
When you call, ask to book the "Happiest Place on Earth Picnic". This joyful setting will accommodate all of your family members and includes admission to the park for your entire party. You have the choice of a selection of fully catered meals, specially created for the event. For families from 100 to 300 people, your picnic will be held at Big Thunder Ranch. Larger Disneyland family reunions, with a group of 300 to 1000 people, will take place at the Festival Arena.
If there are fewer than 100 people in your party, you may not be eligible for the catering services. This is at the sole discretion of Disneyland, so you will need to work out these details with an attendant at Guest Services or the Planning Services Department. If catering is not available, you will be offered reservations at one of Disneyland' many restaurants.
In some cases, special Disneyland family reunion discount rates may be available at Disneyland resorts. If you book well in advance, book a block of rooms and hold your event during the off-season, discounts may apply. If family members are flying to Orlando, purchase the tickets well in advance and ask about bulk savings.
Planning your Disneyland family reunion can be simple when you use a travel agent to help with flight arrangements, and consult Disneyland Vacation Planning Services to work out the rest of the details. For best results, choose one family member to work with the planning services and travel agent, and relay information back and forth between the service departments and the people in your party. Having one person collect and share information will cut down on confusion and
misinformation when you are making travel arrangements for a large group of people.
Any family reunion takes organization and work. Choosing a Disneyland family reunion can actually be easier, and it will be one party that no one will ever forget. Ask the Vacation Planning Services Department what other services are available to make the experience even more unforgettable.
Toddlers, teens, even Grandma and Granddad will love a Disneyland family reunion. Celebrate your heritage and enjoy your get together at the Happiest Place on Earth.