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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    Past the candy store that is across from the exit to Winnie the Pooh, there are a couple of benches tucked into a quiet little corner of the park.
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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    The spot back by Winnie the Pooh is nice unless the characters are outside. It gets pretty packed when they surface.
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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    All the good ones have been mentioned - Hungry Bear off peak lunch hours being my personal favorite. There is the Carnation Plaza Gardens most of the time....oh.....wait.....forgot they built a village that at least half the park will have little to no use for.
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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    These are all great ideas! Thanks everyone!

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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    Quote Originally Posted by DrFink View Post
    The spot back by Winnie the Pooh is nice unless the characters are outside. It gets pretty packed when they surface.
    Not the ones immediately outside the ride. The ones back in the farthest corner of the park just past those. In my experience, even when the characters are out they are empty.
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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    For sure the old Motorboat Cruise area. It's no longer a smoking area so it's always deserted and very quiet!

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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneylandTraveler View Post
    All the good ones have been mentioned - Hungry Bear off peak lunch hours being my personal favorite. There is the Carnation Plaza Gardens most of the time....oh.....wait.....forgot they built a village that at least half the park will have little to no use for.
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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    There are benches on the porch on Main Street; it's a blue house, I think. Might be others that have benches, too. Opera House. The old Motorboat Cruise area. Court of Angels. Tom Sawyer Island has a few places to sit and watch things go by.

    Not quiet, but nice to sit: French Market or River Belle. French Market tends to have jazz bands on the teeny stage. Catch the Hillbillies show in Big Thunder Ranch area.

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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    Quote Originally Posted by explodingboy View Post
    For sure the old Motorboat Cruise area. It's no longer a smoking area so it's always deserted and very quiet!
    It's a nice little oasis!

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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    My favorite quiet spot is at the BBQ restaurant behind Thunder Mountain Railroad... though it's only quiet when the band doesn't come out to play.

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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    To the right of the Mark Twain dock, and across from Big Thunder's entrance, there is a raised platform with tables and umbrellas. It provides an excellent view of the Rivers of America, and people rarely use it. Next time you go to Rancho Del Zocalo, ask for your food "to go" and take it there.

    Aladdinn's Oasis is rarely crowded; aside from the meet and greet, it is empty. There is also a private bathroom there!

    Next time you see the red "freight cars" on the Disneyland Railroad, ask to ride in the caboose. You can ride for as long as you like, and it is usually empty. Here is a picture:

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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    Quote Originally Posted by dfan07 View Post
    To the right of the Mark Twain dock, and across from Big Thunder's entrance, there is a raised platform with tables and umbrellas. It provides an excellent view of the Rivers of America, and people rarely use it. Next time you go to Rancho Del Zocalo, ask for your food "to go" and take it there.

    Aladdinn's Oasis is rarely crowded; aside from the meet and greet, it is empty. There is also a private bathroom there!

    Next time you see the red "freight cars" on the Disneyland Railroad, ask to ride in the caboose. You can ride for as long as you like, and it is usually empty. Here is a picture:
    Great suggestions! That area near the Mark Twain dock sounds nice. Never noticed that before. And wow -- riding in the caboose! How cool is that? Didn't know that could be done.

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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    This isn't "quiet" (due to fairly loud music loop) and honestly isn't even that comfortable (due to no chairs anywhere) but the Main Street Cinema is a good place to hide out and just get away from the crowds. There is pretty much never anyone in there, the most I've seen was about 12 people right before midnight on NYE. My friends and I use it as our base at DL, we eat there, we regroup there etc..

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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    As a few others mentioned, the Hungry Bear. Its why its my favorite restaurant.
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    Re: Quiet Places At Disneyland Resort

    Redwood Creek over at DCA is usually pretty relaxing. I find the BGM to be very peacful too.
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