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Disneyland Tickets in Anaheim, CA

1313 Harbor Blvd.Anaheim, CA 92802
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Disneyland® Resort is a California staple featuring two theme parks, three hotels, and the Downtown Disney Area. Both children and adults can experience the magic of classic Disney fairytale character meet-and-greets, enchanting rides, spectacular parades, nightly fireworks, themed dining and much more at Disneyland Park, or newer Disneyland Pixar favorites at Disney California Adventure Park.


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In Disneyland® Park, stroll down Main Street, U.S.A., where Walt Disney’s original vision still captures your heart and transports you to faraway places you could only dream about. Embrace world-famous classics like “it’s a small world,” the slicked icy slopes of the Matterhorn Bobsleds, and those beloved Disney Characters you’re never too old to hug. Then blast off into the Star Wars™ universe on over 50 possible 3-D adventures aboard Star Tours—The Adventures Continue. And rock your world with Mickey’s Soundsational Parade and thrilling fireworks that explode the night sky.
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Explore the newly expanded Disney California Adventure® Park where Buena Vista Street welcomes you to the 1920s when inspired young filmmaker Walt Disney first arrived in Los Angeles. Now get ready to rev your engines because that’s the town of Radiator Springs you see rising up on the horizon. You’ll be floored in the 12-acre Cars Land where the Disney•Pixar’s hit movie Cars comes to life with high-octane attractions, dining and shopping. It’s a one-of-a-kind Disney experience! And there’s much more to discover in eight themed lands including The Little Mermaid~Ariel’s Undersea Adventure and World of Color nighttime water spectacular.

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Fort Lauderdale, Florida
"Disney World Pass Holders find fun at Disneyland and California Adventure!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 23, 2017 NEW
Comparison to the Magic Kingdom, it's smaller in scale pathways are smaller so crowding seems heavy. No bands so systems are slower. Entry gate does not have a no bags line so you have to wait as almost everyone else is getting their bags checked. Seems like everyone brings food and drinks, something we did at Magic Kingdom until we found just not worth the hassle and you get in and around easier. Don't be too surprise of the size of the Castle. We walked in and though where's the other half. Fast passes are issued only in the park and either by old system of getting them by the attraction or getting the Max Pass app. which is well worth the $10 price tag. Plus you get all the pictures taken through out the day sent to your phone app. Lines look longer since they don't have the hidden line concept in several attraction like at DW. You see a line of people in the walk ways and think that is too long to wait then find out that it is only a 30 min line. Visited during the Halloween set up at the Haunted Mansion and Space Mountain both worth the trip. Other attraction differences Indiana Jones, Matterhorn, Pirates (much more to see.) Guardians, overall spent 4 full days and fell like we saw and did almost everything between both parks. Rode several attraction numerous times. P.S. Walking distance from most hotels or Uber to drop off point with no issues. Unlike our park the entrance to these parks are right off the main road.
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Alberta, Canada
"Happiest Place on EARTH!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 23, 2017 NEW
Disneyland is always Magical. I have been an annual passholder for a couple years now. Best piece of advice for first timers, buy a guide! one that gives you the step by step what to do where to go. Good ones will have multiple plans such as do all Disney in a day or 2 days, giving you the option of various paces. Once you do Disneyland with the guide you will get a feel for the flow of the park and can adjust accordingly. Also take the time to review scheduled closures and double check that the night before. If you can afford it stay at a DIsneyland hotel (the Disneyland Hotel is a personal fav) Besides feeling like you are a part of the magic 24/7 anything you buy in the park can be delivered to your hotel and picked up at Bell Services. Also it allows for a 2 hour relax at pool mid day to recharge.
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"not the happiest place in the world for us"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed September 23, 2017 NEW
We were pretty excited to here, but when it took us nearly an hr and a half from the start of the parking line until we got into the park, we didn't start the day real strong. Plan ahead, prebuy tickets and don't park onsite. The lines weren't real bad for the rides, approx a half hour and the fast pass is really good. It was unfortunate that a couple of the good big rides were shutdown when we were there. It is really neat to see the "production" and how clean everything is. Unless you are a big Disney person, some of the other theme parks are better for the rides
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Helen C
Wellingborough, United Kingdom
"Seems like a shoddy imitation"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed September 23, 2017 NEW
Perhaps visiting on a halloween special day affected this but after visiting Disneyworld in Florida a few times I was excited to try the California park. I was disappointed. Everything was cramped, the way the queues were set up was bizarre, with Matterhorn in particular just sending us round in circles trying to find the end of the queue! A lot of the big rides weren't even working. The staff seemed bored and uninterested, whereas at Disneyworld they are very much actors in character and not staff - that difference was very obvious. We visited Califonria Adventure next door too which was much better - save your money and just visit there instead.
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Mahmood A
"Practical Summary"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 23, 2017 NEW
This review will be in the form of points hitting what I thought are important aspects related to visiting Disneyland and adventure parks. - 2 days are not enough to see everything and get on most of the rides in both parks. 4 seems to be a good number of days and more than that is bonus that might be necessary if you have kids. - Buy what ever number of days online and add more days at the park and you won't be paying more than what you would pay originally for that number of days online. This is as long as you do so by 11pm on the last day of you ticket. For example, you bought a 3-day park hopper ticket and want to add one more day, you can do so at any ticket booth before 11pm on day 3 of the 3 days you have. If you miss that and want to buy one more day, you'll pay waaay more. - Take a few bottles of frozen water bottles to save some money. You'll probably have to buy some there anyway as you can only take so much water and what you take will eventually get too warm to drink. You'd save some money anyway. - Take advantage of the early happy hour and make sure it is included in the ticket. This can give you an opportunity to get on rides that get so busy later on such as guardians of the galaxy and cars racing in radiator springs where the waiting time can exceed an hour. - Book your lunch or dinner as soon as you get in the park. - Ariel's Grotto restaurant provides tickets to the world of color show at the lake by Micky's wheel. They are vip tickets with the best spot to watch the show so it's worth it as that restaurant Is pretty pricy. Lovely food too. - Take the park hopper ticket as most probably you or your kids will want to see or do something in the other park at some point during the day. - When you park your car, whether outside or at the parking structure, you walk to the security checkpoint. After the checkpoint comes the area where you get on the shuttle carts that take you to the parks. When that checkpoint becomes too crowded, they advise people to walk to the park. If you don't mind walking for around 15 min then go ahead. Otherwise, just wait. It will take as much time or even less. - Sun screen is a must and a cap if you are bald like I am.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Disneyland Resort Theme Parks

What is Disney FastPass+ and how does it work?
Disney's FastPass+ service is FREE and allows you to enjoy popular attractions at Disney World without spending time waiting in line. Look for the FastPass+ Distribution sign near the entrance of an attraction. Check the Return Time displayed on the sign. If the return time works for you, insert your admission ticket and the machine will generate a FastPass+ ticket printed with your return time. Return to the FastPass+ Return entrance at your Return Time to enjoy the attraction with a minimal wait.

What is Magic Morning?
With Magic Morning, you get ONE early admission (during the duration of your 3+ day theme park ticket or Southern California CityPASS) to select attraction, stores, entertainment and dining locations at Disneyland Park one hour before the park opens to the general public on select days (Tuesdays, Thursdays or Saturdays). This does not apply to Disney California Adventure Park.

Does Disneyland Resort offer MagiBands or My Disney Experience?
No. At this time, these features are exclusive to Walt Disney World Resort. MagicBands are used only at Walt Disney World Resort, whereas paper tickets are used at the Disneyland Resort.

What is the difference between Magic Morning and Extra Magic Hour at Disneyland Resort?
~Magic Morning, included with 3+ day ticket, allows you to enter Disneyland Park one hour before regular opening time on select days.
~Extra Magic Hour is a feature only available to guests who book and stay at a Disneyland Resort Hotel. The Extra Magic Hour allows you to enter the Disneyland Park on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Disney’s California Adventure park is Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. You can take advantage of the extra one hour every morning for the length of your admission ticket.

Can I visit both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park in one day?
Yes, if you purchased a Park Hopper Option, you can visit both parks on the same day.

What is the best way to dress for a day at the parks?
The parks are a casual, family-oriented environment. We suggest you dress comfortably, wear good walking shoes and check the local weather report before you leave for the parks.

How does inclement weather affect the availability of attractions and entertainment at the Disneyland Resort?
In the event of inclement weather during your visit to the Disneyland Resort, most attractions and indoor shows will continue to operate. For the safety and comfort of our Guests and Cast, some outdoor attractions may temporarily close until the inclement weather passes.

Is there transportation from the Disneyland Resort hotels to the theme parks?
The Disneyland Resort is a pedestrian resort. Both parks are a short stroll through the Downtown Disney District from the Disneyland Resort Hotels. The Disneyland Monorail stops at nearby Downtown Disney District and at Tomorrowland inside Disneyland Park.

Are there any personal items guests should not bring into the theme parks?
All bags and purses are inspected prior to guests entering the theme parks. Guests are not allowed to bring wagons, skateboards, scooters, in-line skates, shoes with built-in wheels, two-wheeled or three-wheeled conveyances, strollers larger than 36” x 52”, alcoholic beverages, any illegal substances, sporting goods, restraining devices, weapons, folding chairs, glass containers (excluding baby food jars and perfume bottles,) Suitcases and pets (unless they are service animals.)

Are Coolers permitted inside the parks?
Cooler larger than a 6-pack sized are not permitted into the theme parks. Note: Guest can store coolers up to 18” wide X 25” high X 37” deep in rentable large lockers located outside the Disneyland Park Main Entrance. Lockers are not refrigerated and availability is limited.

Can I bring outside food or beverages into the Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park?
At the present time, you can enjoy your own food and beverages at the complimentary picnic area - conveniently located outside the Main Entrance to Disneyland Park.

How much does it cost to park at Disneyland or Disneyland Adventure Park?
$17 Cars and motorcycles
$22 Oversized vehicles
$27 Buses and tractors with extended trailers

Are lockers and wheelchairs available?
Yes, lockers are available for rental in the Esplanade between the parks. Lockers are rented per day and lockers inside the parks are subject to park operating hours. Manual wheelchairs and ECV’s are available to rent on first-come, first-served basis outside the entrance of Disneyland Park and can be used in both parks. Since they may not be reserved, please plan to arrive early.

How much does it cost to rent a stroller at Disneyland or Disneyland Adventure Park?
Stroller rentals are available outside the Disneyland Park Main Entrance. The price of one stroller is $15 per day and $25 per day for 2 strollers. Rented strollers may be used in both Disney California Adventure and Disneyland Park. Rented strollers are not permitted in the Downtown Disney District.

What is Downtown Disney and where is it located?
The Downtown Disney District is an exciting dining, entertainment and shopping promenade conveniently located within walking distance to Disney California Adventure Park and Disneyland Park.

Can my child enter Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park without an adult?
Guests under 14 years of age must be accompanied by a Guest age 14 years of age or older to enter the parks.