The HoJo Anaheim is the official hotel of MouseWait! Mention us when you book your room and get a discount
Thank you to everyone who submitted their MouseWait Story! To watch them go here
Go to the Best of the Day to see the best content from the Lounge, determined by YOU!
Our new MagicPlan feature includes our all-in-one passholder blockout calendar + future hours and events. Just press on any date (currently updated through July 4) to see the schedule and add things to your MagicPlan! More info here.
Use the MouseWait ToDo List to see your favorite attractions, restaurants, and shows on the same page. You can also drag and drop them to put them in any order you want!
MAGIC MORNING Disneyland Park: Guests with a 3+ day ticket can choose ONE day for early entry Tues, Thu, or Sat. EXTRA MAGIC HOURS for Resort Hotel Guests: Disneyland Park, Tue, Thu, Sat. California Adventure (including Cars Land) Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun. Radiator Springs Racers is open during early entry, but Fastpasses are not available during this time. More info here.
Use MagicSearch to quickly find Attractions, Showtimes, Food, and other exclusive info! Search for individual menu items like Burger, Hot Dog, Pickle, Pellegrino, Monster Energy, Gluten Free Pasta, and more!
Play multi-player Disneyland Trivia while you wait in line! Get the MouseWait TRIVILATOR app for FREE today!
Downtown Disney trees at night! If you happen to walk by look up its beautiful promise.
Jelly Balls! Jelly balls, you say? Here's the story: When our youngest, AJ, was very little, she once got a squishy ball in a kids meal. We were assured it was not toxic, but smelled like petroleum, and had a jelly-like substance in the middle. The ball didn't last long, as AJ was only 2 or 3, and the wifey didn't like the smell and thought it was toxic. Fast forward a few months, to when these lights got hung in DTD. AJ immediately began jumping up and down, shouting about the "jelly balls" in the trees. Too cute. However, since I have some of those at home, I know first hand that they are sharp enough to make your head bleed. However, we still call them Jelly Balls. Funny how those things stick. - DizKahuna 311.1 #931 11-13-12 1:07PMLike(2)Reply