we're still debating on braving the crowds tomorrow... (Hunter will probably stay with Grandma) my hubby really wants to make it a tradition to at least by in the general area to see fireworks, but I'm still not sold on the idea of driving all the way there only to be turned away.... is it truly worth the experience to be at Disneyland on NYE??
I haven't been there on NYE before but everyone I know who has says its a must try at least once. Hoping to do this in the next year or too. - KermitFan13
407.5 #321 9:09PM
My wife and I have done New Years at the "land" for the past 12 years. If you have never done you need to do it at least once. It has been called the Times Square celebration for the west coast. You have to like crowds. If that is an issue then stay home and enjoy the arrival of the New Year with someone close to you.
268.2 #842 9:13PM
I agree...you should try it at least once. Just gave me too much anxiety. - MrsSchnooks 573.1 #192 9:35PM
It's also been a tradition for my husband and me to spend NYE at the parks.. However this year I'm too sick to brave the late night and weather :( - justcallmeKP
84.8 #3211 9:24PM
Hi! My husband and I went one year and I just couldn't handle the crowds. So if that's something that will bother you then I strongly advise staying away. But there is something to be said for the vibe that goes on there! People were blowing horns all night too. We left around 10. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and happy new year! - MrsSchnooks
573.1 #192 9:34PM
As with much of life, it is easier to deal with things when you know about them in advance. Tomorrows crowds r no different. Maybe the improved DCA will steal some people away. In any case as an Aussie AP holder I am very envious I hope you and everyone creates a magical memory! - RapunzelledColey
13.0 #6033 9:56PM
Thanks everyone for your input! We had decided this morning to go a little later and see what happens, but now we don't have a sitter for Hunter so now we're not sure what to do.... - MrsDisneyMommy29
264.0 #880 9:54AM