Can You Ace This Disneyland Trivia Quiz?

Are you a Disneyland expert? Then put your knowledge to the test with this Disneyland trivia quiz! Find out if you know everything there is to know about the happiest place on Earth. We’ll ask questions about some of the most beloved attractions, characters, and memories from Disneyland. So select a quiz below and let’s get started!

Disneyland Trivia Quiz

Gosh, pal! Are you ready to show off your Disney parks knowledge? Whether you're spending all day in New Orleans Square or roaming Pixar Pier at Disney California Adventure Park, this Disneyland trivia quiz has something for every Disney fan. So let's go — it's time to see how well you know the happiest place on Earth!

Easy Disneyland Trivia Quiz

Hey there! This easy Disneyland trivia quiz is designed for fans of all ages. So whether you're still planning your first trip to the park, or you're a Magic Key holder, you're bound to find a question you can answer correctly. Good luck!

Hard Disneyland Trivia Quiz

You better hold on tight because this hard Disneyland trivia quiz is going to take you on an unforgettable rollercoaster of questions. With obscure and difficult questions, even the most knowledgeable Disney fans will be challenged. So put on your Mickey ears, grab a mint julep, and let's get started!

Disneyland Rides Trivia Quiz

Are you more of a Haunted Mansion or a Space Mountain fan? Do you have what it takes to spin your way through this Disneyland Rides trivia quiz? We're serving up questions about fan favorite iconic rides and even questions about some of the newer attractions at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park. Remember to keep your hands and feet inside the quiz at all times!

Disneyland History Trivia Quiz

How well do you know your Disney history? Find out by testing your knowledge in this Disneyland history trivia quiz! We'll be asking you questions about all things related to the original Disney resort, from opening day attractions to newer fan favorites. Can you remember them all?

Disneyland Secrets Trivia Quiz

These questions may even challenge the seasoned Disney adults. With all the work that has gone into imagineering the Disneyland parks, there are bound to be a few hidden secrets. See how well you know them in this Disneyland secrets trivia quiz.

The 5 Times Disneyland Closed Unexpectedly, Explained

It takes a lot to stop Disneyland from opening. Over its 65 years of operation, the park has only experienced six unscheduled closures. National crises and weather hazards are the main reasons that the castle has closed the gates, but did you know that a confrontation with the Yippies also caused the park to close up for the day in 1970? The fair and few closings of the park show their dedication to their business and serving their customers.

The Assassination of John F. Kennedy

The first time Disneyland unexpectedly closed down was for the national day of mourning following the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. According to Disney Parks Blog, Kennedy is only known to have visited Disneyland once in October 1959 when he was a senator.

An Anti-Vietnam War Riot

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On August 6, 1970, the Youth International Party, a countercultural free speech and anti-war movement, invaded Disneyland. Before the riot police arrived and closed down the park for the day, their members, commonly referred to as Yippies, raised a flag at City Hall and managed to take over Tom Sawyer Island.

A Winter Storm

Disneyland’s third closure in 24 years took place on December 16, 1987, due to a winter storm. The fierce snowstorm moved quickly across Southern California, reaching from Malibu to the extremities of the Mojave Desert. The Los Angeles Times reported that Disneyland did not see snow but did face rain and strong winds.

The September 11 Attacks

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The September 11 attacks on the United States resulted in nearly 3,000 deaths and sparked the country’s war on terror. Disney closed down their parks nationwide in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks on the United States. According to Disney Food Blog, the Disneyland reopened the next day with additional police, a K9 unit, and security screenings in place.

The COVID-19 Pandemic

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Disneyland closed on March 14, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. That summer, Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park announced plans to reopen in time for the 65th anniversary of Disneyland Resort, but these plans were delayed. Downtown Disney was able to reopen that summer, however, the California parks both remain closed until the magic returned on April 30, 2021.

Questionable: The Northridge Earthquake


In the early hours of January 17, 1994 a 6.7 magnitude earthquake shook the San Fernando Valley. The Northridge Earthquake killed around 60 people, injured thousands, and resulted in over $20 billion in damage. There is debate as to whether the whole park was shut down due to the earthquake or whether rides were just temporarily closed, but either way it seems that safety checks occurred to ensure rides were secure.