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Disneyland vs Universal Studios vs Six Flags Magic Mountain

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Will be spending a week in Los Angeles in June with 2 kids, ages 10 and 13. We've been to DisneyWorld several times in Florida and was wondering if it is worth the trip down to Anaheim to visit DisneyLand. I'm leaning against it, but my kids want to do a theme park or two. I suggested Universal Studios and Six Flags Magic Mountain.

Any suggestions on whether DL is worth it?
How about Six Flags and Universal?

Any other must see and do places in LA area with 10 and 13 yr olds?

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