Disneyland Resort

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General Info

Anaheim, California
(714) 781-4636
2 Theme Parks
3 Disney Hotels & Villas
Downtown Disney District


Parks and More


Tickets & Pricing

Single day tickets to a Disneyland Resort theme park vary depending upon the season

Ticket TypeValueRegularPeak
1-Day / 1-Park (Adult)$97 $110 $124
1-Day / 1-Park (Child)
1-Day Park Hopper (Adult)$157 $165 $174
1-Day Park Hopper (Child)$151 $159 $168
Ticket TypeOne Park Per DayPark Hopping
Two Day (Adult)$199 $244
Two Day (Child)$187 $232
Three Day (Adult)$270 $315
Three Day (Child)$258 $303
Four Day (Adult)$290 $335
Four Day (Child)$275 $320
Five Day (Adult)$305 $350
Five Day (Child)$290 $335

For information on Annual Passports, discounts, special offers and all other ticketing questions, see our Guide to Disneyland Resort Tickets and Pricing.


Special Events


Transportation & Parking

Getting to Walt Disney World from the Orlando Airport is free, via Magical Express, if you’re staying in a Walt Disney World hotel. Otherwise, private transportation is available directly from the airport. Every major rental car company also has a rental location or a free shuttle at the airport.

Within Walt Disney World, free transportation is available for all guests (not just Disney hotel guests) via Monorail, buses and watercraft.

Parking is available at all four major theme parks for a fee (free for Disney hotel guests). Parking at water parks and Disney Springs is free. Parking at Disney resort hotels is free though access is sometimes limited if you aren’t staying there or have a dining reservation. Paid valet parking is also available.

For complete transportation and parking information, see our Guide to Transportation and Parking at Walt Disney World.



You never have to leave the magic! In addition to the Walt Disney World theme parks, there are more than 25 hotels, villas and campgrounds you can stay at on Walt Disney Property. Most of these hotels are owned and operated by Disney and include several perks exclusive to Disney resort guests. The remaining hotels are operated by traditional hospitality vendors and offer varying degrees of perks. There are also hundreds of places to stay around the Walt Disney World property.