World of Color
World of Color
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Disney California Adventure Park
1600 South Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, CA 92802
World of Color Description
The World of Color nighttime water spectacular weaves water, color, fire and light into a kaleidoscope of fantasy and imagination. More than 1,000 jets of water form incredible shapes in time to the music as Disney characters come to life on a shimmering veil of mist.
- Get a FastPass.While walk-up standing is available, your vantage point is MUCH better from one of the three FastPass zones. Pick up one for each member of your party at Grizzly River Run as soon as the park opens. There is a limited number for each show (typically two a night, three on busier evenings), so pick one up before they run out.
- Book a dining package.FastPasses are available with picnic packages, and there is special preferred viewing area for those who book a lunch dining package at Wine Country Trattoria or a dinner dining package at either Ariel's Grotto or Wine Country Trattoria.
- Bring a snack (and your patience). .The show itself is 25 minutes, but you do need to get to your waiting area prior to showtime (this can be as much as an hour) and standing area is first come, first stood. Bring snacks for the kidlets or something they can play wih that works in the dark. Also, sight-lines can make it difficult for children in strollers to see. Parents might need to pick their children or find a spot toward the back of the viewing area (where it is less crowded) so the kids can stay in strollers.
- Or Don't get a FastPass You can check out the World of Color from these three areas without a FastPass (as available, but there is no waiting): 1) Along the water to the left and right of the Hot Dog Hut offer a "center stage" back view of the show. However, the view of the projections does lessen the farther you stand toward Mickey's Fun Wheel or toward California Screamin'. 2) The covered patio underneath Silly Symphony Swings offers a side view of the show that provides bench seating and a close-up view of the fountains. Even though lasers and projections are not visible from this angle, your family can still enjoy the show. 3) The area next to Jumpin' Jellyfish near the Golden Zephyr is considered a side view that often has front row viewing availability.