Disneyland Candy Canes

Disneyland’s popular hand pulled candy canes return! Here is everything you need to know.


Fun Facts:

  • They are hand crafted.
  • Disneyland yearly tradition since 1968.
  • 18 inches long.
  • Candy makers pull 15 pounds of rope in 95 degree room temperature.
  • It takes 2 hours to make about 45 candy canes.
  • Only available during specific dates during the Christmas season.


2018 Dates:

Candy Palace: Nov. 23, 26, 28, 30; Dec. 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14, 17, 19, 21, 24
Trolley Treats: Nov. 24, 27, 29; Dec. 1, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25




What are the times: Get there early (preferably 45 min prior to park opening) so that you can get a wristband for (1) candy cane.

How many candy canes can you get? You can only get one per person.

Why are they so popular? They are handmade and are a yearly Disneyland tradition. They are over sized, taste and smell delicious 😋

Pricing? $12.99 – $14.00 total with taxes no AP discounts, returns or refunds.

Are they worth it?  YES
Candy Cane Tips:
Get there early so that you can get a wristband to come back at a later time to grab your candy cane.


While waiting you go and enjoy the parks until it is your time to come back. I got there at opening and as you can see from the wrist band I had to come back at 12:30 to pick it up. You get the wristband from either trolley treats or candy palace depending which day you go. Also there are only a limited amount so be sure to be there at opening. As long as you get a wristband you can get a candy cane. Honestly there really aren’t any lines since you have a scheduled time to come back to pick up your candy cane.

Most importantly these are fresh candy canes so be careful with them as they may break easily.


Best of luck on trying to grab one! They are totally worth it and delicious.

As always, thank you for stopping by!




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