Disneyland Candy Canes

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

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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.

FAQ:

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.

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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.

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

As always, thank you for stopping by!

Sabrina

 

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