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Disneyland Park - the original Disneyland - opened its doors in July 1955 and was the only Disney theme park designed and built by Walt Disney himself. Full of magic and wonder, there’s plenty to see and do for visitors of all ages, and if one park isn’t enough then you can always hop next door to Disneyland California Adventure Park for even more rides, shows, and characters to meet. Book your ticket in advance to skip the lines on the day!
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5 tips for visiting the Disneyland

Mickey's Toontown, a themed area in Disneyland Park.
If your children (or you!) are desperate to meet a particular character, make sure to do the research before visiting to figure out which part of the park they can be found in, and at what times. If that’s too much uncertainty, then you can always reserve a spot at a character breakfast: the princesses and Donald Duck are available for breakfast and Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy are available for breakfast and dinner - that way you’ll be sure to get a photo with your favorite.
The Pixar Pal-A-Round at Disney California Adventure Park.
If you’re not sure how to schedule your day, go for the bigger rides first because their lines are shortest in the mornings. See the shows in the afternoons while the lines for rides are at their longest, plus some of them are indoors, so you can escape the heat.
Download the Disneyland Mobile App to have a park map, show listings for the day, restaurant menus, live wait times for rides, and much more on your smartphone! You can also use the app for MaxPass (a paid version of FastPass, which lets you skip lines) to reserve FastPass slots from your phone, meaning you don’t have to run around the park booking those slots in person.
If you’re visiting with children too small to ride, that doesn’t mean you have to miss out! Just let the Cast Members working on the ride know and they’ll help you to use Rider Switch so one parent can ride while the other waits with the kid (or kids), and then the other adult can take the next ride without having to queue again.
If you can stay until closing, do! Wait times on popular rides drop off in the last couple of hours, and while people are trying to get good spots for the evening shows. If you’re in a line when the park closes you’ll be allowed to ride before leaving.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between Disneyland Park and Disneyland California Adventure Park?

If this is your first trip and you only have time to visit one of the parks, Disneyland Park is the clear choice. With Main Street U.S.A. leading up to Sleeping Beauty’s castle and most of Disney’s older and classic characters available to meet, there’s a great combination of rides and experiences for all ages, plus several thrill-seeking rollercoasters for older children and adults. It’s also home to the famous firework show in the evening, and it technically has more attractions (though you’d struggle to do everything in either park in a day!) so you really can’t go wrong by picking Disneyland Park. If you’ve already been on a previous trip, then there’s plenty to love at Disneyland California Adventure Park! With more areas dedicated to recent Disney and Pixar movies, plenty of big rides for adrenaline junkies, it’s newer and designed for slightly older visitors (you can also purchase alcohol there, while Disneyland Park is an alcohol-free zone). You’ll have an amazing time whichever you choose, but if you really can’t decide then opt for a Park Hopper ticket and see them both! Read more.

Can we bring our own lunch and snacks?

Yes! Just be careful with the size of any coolers you want to bring as you’re officially not allowed to bring a cooler larger than a six-pack into the park, but you can leave one in the lockers outside the park and head outside to pick it up when you want to break for lunch. Read more.

What else should we bring?

You’ll need everything you’d usually pack for a day out in the sun - sunscreen, hats, sunglasses, and plenty of water. If you’re using the app on your phone for the park map, wait times, and FastPasses then you’ll probably also need a battery pack and phone charger. If you’d rather not get wet on any of the water rides then you can save money by bringing your own waterproof coat or poncho. Rain is rare, but check the forecast and bring an umbrella if it looks like there’s going to be bad weather! Read more.

Can we wear costumes?

Guests aged 13 and under can wear costumes and masks, as long as their masks don’t cover the whole face and their eyes are visible. The parks request that guests aged 14 and over don’t wear costumes except during special events when there are specific guidelines for safety and security reasons. Capes (as long as they don’t reach below the waist), themed items of clothing, headwear (as long as it doesn’t cover the face), and accessories including wings, tutus, lightsabers and toy swords can be brought and worn or carried. Shoes must be worn. The park is family-friendly, and guests wearing items of clothing or with visible tattoos showing objectionable language or inappropriate images will be asked to change or cover the offending images. Read more.

What is the Downtown Disney District? Is it part of the park?

The Downtown Disney District is outside the parks and is free to visit! It’s a promenade full of stores and dining options, plus a bowling arcade and a virtual reality experience called The Void. Since it opens earlier and closes later than the parks, it’s a great place to grab breakfast, a late dinner, or drinks after the parks close. Read more.

General information

opening hours

Park hours vary but in general, the parks open to the public at 8 am and close between 9 pm and midnight. The Downtown Disney District is open from 7 am to 2 am. Disneyland Park opens one hour earlier on Tuesday, Thursdays, and Saturdays, and Disneyland California Adventure Park opens one hour earlier on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, for guests staying at Disneyland Resort hotels.


Ticket prices vary depending on the date and season. Regular 1-day 1-park tickets cost $129 for visitors aged 10 and over and $122 for children aged 3-9, and peak tickets cost upwards of $149 for those aged 10 and over, and $141 for children. Regular Park Hopper tickets (allowing entrance to both parks within one day) cost $179 for those aged 10 and over, and $172 for children aged 3 to 9. Children aged under 3 can enter free of charge with a paying adult.


Disneyland Resort
1313 Disneyland Dr
Anaheim, CA 92802

how to get there

The dedicated Disneyland Resort Express is available from Los Angeles International Airport and John Wayne Airport. The resort is also served by buses run by the Orange County Transit Authority (routes 43, 46, 50, 83, and 430) and all regular shuttles provided by Anaheim Resort Transit which connect to train stations and the Greyhound bus station. Parking is available either in the Toy Story parking area or the Mickey & Friends parking structure (which also includes a limited number of electric vehicle charging points).


Transportation is available from the disability parking in either of the car parking locations to the entrance of the parks. Wheelchairs and Electric Conveyance Vehicles (ECVs) are available to rent on a first come, first served basis, guests are also welcome to bring and use their own ECVs. Service animals (in the Disneyland Resort defined as properly trained dogs or miniature horses) are permitted but must be kept on a leash or harness during the guest’s visit. Service animals may not be able to take part in all attractions, in these cases, guests are asked to contact a Cast Member for assistance. For guests with hearing disabilities, a combination of assistive listening systems, reflective captioning, handheld captioning, video captioning and written aids are available at attractions as appropriate. Please contact a Cast Member for assistance. Sign language interpretation is available at certain live shows on a rotating basis: on Mondays and Saturdays at Disneyland Park and on Sundays and Fridays at Disney California Adventure Park. Sign Language interpretation is also available by request for special events with at least 14 days advance notice. For guests who are blind or partially-sighted, audio description is available for a number of locations via Disney’s handheld device, which guests can collect at Guest Relations. Braille guidebooks are also available to rent, and large print maps with braille overlay are also available at certain points throughout the park. Guests who need to refrigerate medication can do so at First Aid.

security and lockers

Guests will be asked to walk through metal detectors and have their bags checked before entering the parks. Lockers are available to rent both inside and outside the parks. Visitors who don’t want to carry purchases around all day can leave their bags at the Package Check Service and collect them later in the day.
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