Is Disneyland’s hometown really less fun than Omaha, Boise and Wichita? This survey says: Yes

A new national survey of the funnest cities in America ranks Walt Disney World’s Orlando near the top and Disneyland’s Anaheim (85) behind vacation hot spots like Omaha, Nebraska (52), Boise, Idaho (72) and Wichita, Kansas (77).

Orlando, Florida, finished second behind top finisher Las Vegas, Nevada in WalletHub’s new survey of the Most Fun Cities in America for 2022.

Anaheim — home to Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, the NHL Ducks, the MLB Angels and Anaheim Convention Center — finished 85th out of the 182 most populated U.S. cities behind Buffalo, New York (51), Tulsa, Oklahoma (53) and Plano, Texas (78).

The survey put the home of the Happiest Place

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