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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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from Ashley, one of our Anaheim Travel Experts
  • First Disney park to open.
  • Disney fairytale character meet-and-greets.
  • View nightly fireworks.
  • FastPass+ service is free.
  • One Magic Morning included with 3+ Day ticket.
  • Magic Morning only applies to Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday.
  • Lockers and strollers available for rent..
  • Downtown Disney is within walking distance to parks
  • Park remains open during inclement weather.


from Disneyland Resort Theme Parks
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.
©Disney ©Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd.

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.

©Disney ©Disney/Pixar

The Twilight Zone® is a registered trademark of CBS, Inc. and is used with permission pursuant to a licensing agreement from CBS, Inc. © Disney/CBS, Inc.

Reserve Los Angeles Customer Reviews

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Jennifer G
"Photographer's paradise"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 08, 2016 NEW
I happened to be in Los Angeles on business and took am extra day for a visit to the park. As a stock photographer on the side I found the park full of images most people don't see. I did also ride the rides and had no issues planning my time out.
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Santa Monica, California
"Classic Disney"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 08, 2016 NEW
I love original Disneyland and always have fun.. Vintage Main Street offers early Americana, there are parades and rides for all ages to thrill or capture your imagination.
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Kathleen D
San Francisco, California
"Never Disappoints!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 07, 2016 NEW
I love Disneyland! The Mouse and all his friends are amazing. My kids continue to have an excellent time regardless of their ages. And the rides and attractions are so appropriate across all ages and interests. Love that place!
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin
"Had a lot of hiccups but Disney Staff & other kind patrons saved our day. Read our advice!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 07, 2016 NEW
First time in SoCal. My boyfriend and I are HUGE Disney fans. We are in our late twenties and we are that couple in the park with our light up Disney ears and Mickey shirts on. We got to the park early, right when they opened. Parking was a breeze with many lanes open so it was not as congested. Parking staff were very visible and easy to follow. Parking spaces are larger than average so if you have a van or larger vehicle, do not worry. Getting on the tram ride to the park was easy. Instructions from staff and the speaker system were clear and helpful. This is where we learned that selfie sticks are not allowed in the park. We didn't want to walk all the way back to our vehicle so we just let security confiscate it at the gate. TIP: Please check on their prohibited items before you go, so you don't have to give up your stuff or go all the way back to your car! The park was very very crowded. Getting around was difficult to maneuver. BUT we found that if you were kind to others, they were kind back. That is the MAJOR key here, people. We let others go in front of us, we held the doors open for others, we apologized if we bumped into others, and it made the experience a much more positive one and we noticed the kindness spread like a domino effect. We were bumped by more children than adults, but we didn't mind. We even gave up our spots in some of the theater shows for the families with small children or elderly family members. I think our kindness paid off because we were walking to the restroom and out from a secret door came Pluto and Mickey with cast members. They were heading to a photo op spot, but took a photo with us (that I've attached)!! Another TIP: We played charades and guessing games while waiting in line, making friends along the way. We introduced ourselves to people we met and got to know them. Time flew by REALLY quick this way. We'd recognize the friends that we had made from the lines all over the park, which was awesome because they'd give us the scoop on wait times or other important info, like "The Finding Nemo ride just broke down, don't head that way!" It was REALLY helpful instead of wasting time finding out yourself. Yes, there are apps that will tell you wait times but we found that they aren't as accurate. The lines for the rides averaged about an hour per ride. We utilized the Fast Passes which helped tons. Our strategy was to head straight for the Haunted Mansion first, since the wait on that one and Space Mountain would average over 2 hours throughout the day. If you grab yourself a map, and strategically work your way around all the rides - it is much easier time wise. Then when you are done with the rides, go around for food, photo ops, and then check out the Castle. Now, my biggest reason for writing this review: we were heading towards Space Mountain and two women came up to us and asked if we wanted their Fast Passes for Star Tours. We happily accepted. They told us they weren't going to use them and they didn't want them to go to waste. We were in awe of our luck. We went into Star Tours and our luck was dimmed quickly as we actually got misplaced by the staff. They did a head count for each row of the ride. They over-counted and when we were just about to board, it filled up and we were stuck in the loading area. We didn't know where to go so we waited for the staff to come back and get us. They asked us why we weren't on the ride and we explained someone miscounted. So they moved us to another row with the next load. We missed it again, due to it being full again. They moved us to where the ride operators were standing, we waited awkwardly for ride space to open up. Right before we finally got on, a cast member came up to us and apologized for them messing up and handed us a small card. We tucked it into our pocket and finished the ride. Afterward, we headed to Space mountain which had OVER a 2 hour wait. We read the card we received, it stated that we were allowed to get on any ride of our choice for that date through the fast pass lane. Our good luck came back! We were able to ride Space Mountain without having to wait at all, thanks to that cast member. We had no idea they could do that so DISNEY, please keep it up. Please keep allowing your cast members the privilege to make up for mistakes like that through those cards! Ironically, we also found a pair of Minnie Ears on the ride's seat pouches after we rode. We tried to find the owner but couldn't. We decided to pay it forward and find a little girl to give the ears to. The family thanked us a million times and were in shock. We only hoped we helped uplift their day as well. All in all, yes we had a lot of hiccups throughout our day. BUT, as cheesy as it sounds, if you go in with a really positive and kind attitude, you should have a really amazing time.
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Dennis L
"Nov 29th, Dec 1st and 2nd"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 07, 2016 NEW
Enjoyed the Christmas theme. The kids had a blast and the crowds were not as bad the week after Thanksgiving

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.