Learn how to purchase tickets to Disneyland Park and California Adventure, who is eligible to visit the parks right now, and park reservations frequently asked questions in this guide.
The Disneyland Resort theme parks are officially opening to guests of California on Friday, April 30. All guests ages 3 and up will need both a valid ticket and a theme park reservation for the same day for the park you want to visit first.
Guests with a Park Hopper ticket will select the first theme park they want to visit to begin their day. Then they can visit the other park later that day after 1:00 PM, (as long as that park’s capacity allows for it).
Tickets are available for purchase from the official Disneyland website. You can purchase a 1-day or multi-day ticket.
Prices will vary depending on the dates you choose to book.
You should check to make sure park reservations are available for the dates you want to book first, before purchasing your tickets.
Park reservations are required as Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure are operating at only 25% capacity at this time.
Securing your park reservation is the only way you can be assured you will be allowed entry on a specific date. Click here to view the park reservation availability calendar.
How long are my tickets good for?
One-day tickets that are purchased this year are valid now through December 30, 2022.
Multi-day tickets that are purchased this year must be used within 13 days of first use or by January 12, 2023, whichever happens first.
After the expiration date, the price paid for a wholly unused ticket can be applied to the purchase of a new ticket with an equal or higher price.
Who can and cannot visit the Disneyland theme parks?
Currently, only California residents can enter Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. Proof of residency may be required upon entering. Learn more here.
Are Annual Passes coming back?
Disneyland President Ken Potrock says that a new form of the Disneyland Resort annual pass program will be launching “before the end of the year.” Learn more here.
What about FastPass or MaxPass?
As a result of the impact of COVID-19 on park operations, FastPass and Disney MaxPass services are not currently being offered. Disney says they will share future updates on these services at a later date.
What kind of safety measures are being taken at the parks?
Disneyland has implemented enhanced health and safety measures, including requiring temperature screenings and face coverings.
Guests are reminded to practice physical distancing, not touch their face, frequently wash their hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, and use hand sanitizer.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. Learn more here.
For more information on what you need to be prepared for your visit to the Disneyland Resort, see our Planning Checklist.