Disneyland Vacation Meltdowns Are Adorably Hilarious

Happiest Place on Earth? Maybe not for everyone.
ByChristine Cordova
Associate Social Editor
Jul 2017
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It’s been 62 years since the opening of  Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California. The California theme park was the only Disney park designed and built under the direct supervision of  Walt Disney himself. The concept arose after Walt traveled to theme park after theme park with his daughters during the 1930s and 1940s, realizing that the parks were designed with only kids in mind. He envisioned a place where parents and kids (of all ages!) could enjoy their time together.

We’re sure he imagined family photos to look something like this:

Unfortunately, for some vacationing at the “happiest place on earth,” photos look more like these:






Experience a Disney meltdown and lived to tell the tale? Congratulations!


Getting ready to visit the Magic Kingdom with your family?  Before you go check out the best Disneyland advicefrom other Bumpies. Or if you’d rather try and avoid catastrophe consider one of these other baby-friendly destinations.

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