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What's a Park Hopper Ticket?
Disney Hopper Passes are tickets that allow you to enter
both Disneyland and Californian Adventure theme parks (their entrances
are next to each other) and go back and forth between parks on a single day.
On a normal ticket you may enter say Disneyland but not then leave and
enter Californian Adventure with out another separate ticket.
How many days do I need to visit?
The Disneyland resort consists of 2 theme
parks, 3 hotels, 85 attractions, 20+ shows, 3 parades, 70 restaurants and 90+ shops. That's
a lot to see and do. The amount of time you spend at the resort usually
depending on your time, money and enthusiasm but for the
average person it's recommended that you spend a minimum of 2 days in Disney
and 1 day in Californian Adventure.
Can I leave a park and re-enter?
Yes, when you leave, (for
lunch, dinner, a rest or swim) simply ask for a hand stamp. You
will be allowed back in later that same day. Be sure to keep your
admission ticket and also not to wash off your hand stamp.
What is a Fast Pass ticket?
A free ticket service available
to everyone inside
the park that lets you 'jump the long queues' on some rides. (see
How old is a 'child' for admission tickets?
Adult admission is for ages
10 years and up.
Child ages are from ages 3 to 9 years.
Children under 3 are free.
What is an E ticket?
A very old ticket system
no longer used at Disneyland. Tickets with letters A, B, C, D & E
let you ride different 'quality' rides. An 'A' ticket was worth the
least, valid for small attractions, but an 'E' ticket was worth the
most, valid for the best rides.
Is it pay per ride does admission covers all?
The admission price covers
all rides for unlimited times until the park closes - excepts for things
like arcade type games-which are pay per use.
Where is the best place to
While entry tickets are available
at the front gates or from some close hotels, you can save time
and money by getting your tickets cheaper online. For the cheapest
we recommend checking out our deals on this page - the best
deals we can find on the internet.
What time of year should I go to avoid queues?
This can really make or break your visit. Check out our page on Disney
Park Attendance for heaps of helpful figures, hints, tips and even a
book to help break that queuing boredom.
Where is close discount
We have a Hotel Guide for the Disney
theme park areas to help point Disneyland fun seekers to the closest
and best hotel options. Our guide includes an aerial map, along with price comparisons, star
ratings and a discount booking service so you can skip travel agent commissions
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