2 Theme Parks
3 Disney Hotels & Villas
Downtown Disney District
Parks and More
Tickets & Pricing
Disneyland Resort’s single-day ticketing now utilizes date-based pricing. To view ticket costs for select date, visit the official Disneyland website.
|Ticket Type||One Park Per Day||Park Hopping|
|Two Day (Adult)||$235||$290|
|Two Day (Child)||$220||$275|
|Three Day (Adult)||$310||$365|
|Three Day (Child)||$290||$345|
|Four Day (Adult)||$340||$395|
|Four Day (Child)||$320||$375|
|Five Day (Adult)||$360||$415|
|Five Day (Child)||$340||$395|
For information on Annual Passports, discounts, special offers and all other ticketing questions, see our Guide to Disneyland Resort Tickets and Pricing.
Transportation & Parking
While Southern California is home to many commercial airports, John Wayne Airport (SNA — sometimes also referred to as Orange Country Airport) in Santa Ana is the closest airport to the Disneyland Resort. Other Southern California Airports include the Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR), Ontario International Airport (ONT), Long Beach Airport (LGB), and San Diego International Airport (SAN).
The Disneyland Resort is accessible via the I-5 using either the Disneyland Drive or Harbor Boulevard exits. If you’re traveling on the CA-57, exit Ball Road and navigate toward Harbor Boulevard. For those traveling on the CA-22, exit Harbor Boulevard and head north toward the Resort.
Parking for the Disneyland Resort theme parks is available at the Mickey & Friends Structure located on Ball Road and Disneyland Drive or at the Toy Story Parking Lot located on Harbor Boulevard and Convention Center Way. Downtown Disney Parking is available on Disneyland Drive between the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure and the Disneyland Hotel. Note that each of these parking areas is subject to capacity so be sure to follow signs and directions once in the Resort area.
For complete transportation and parking information, see our Guide to Transportation and Parking at the Disneyland Resort.
The Disneyland Resort currently offers three on-property hotels: the Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, and Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel. This trio of Disney-owned and operated resorts offer special perks for park guests including Magic Mornings, entitling resort guests with 3+ day tickets to enjoy one early admission to Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure (valid on select days). In addition to the on-property locations, the Anaheim area is home to a number of Good Neighbor Hotels, many of which are in walking distance of the Resort or offer shuttle service.