Going on Rides:
Are you going on a drenching water ride? This is the time to break out the swimming trunks
. But, if you’ll be at an indoor attraction with air-conditioning, you’ll want to change into dry pants
. For outdoor rides without water, your regular clothes for the day will be fine.
Meeting Characters: You don’t want to miss an opportunity when it comes along. Disneyland is where you’ll meet your favorite characters, so don’t forget the autograph book either. This is another great time to be wearing Mickey Mouse ears.
Going to Shows: Shows that are indoors might be air-conditioned, which will be uncomfortable if you’re in a wet swimming suit. That’s why it’s always a good idea to bring dry shorts, a shirt, and some underwear. Outdoor shows are fine whether you’re in shorts or dripping one-piece.
Having Lunch: Where are you having lunch? If you’re eating in a restaurant in the park, will you be eating inside or outside? Is it air-conditioned? These are all questions you should be asking yourself and plan ahead. Dry underwear, a skirt, and a fresh pair of socks are revered items when spending the day at a theme park.
Shopping: Shopping is fun in a cute pair of shorts and a tank top. This is another time you want to be sure you’re in dry clothing.