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  • Disneyland® Resort Tickets (duration and ticket type selected at time of booking)
  • Genie+ (if option selected)
  • Entry/Admission - Disneyland Park
  • Entry/Admission - Disney California Adventure Park
What's not included
  • Parking
  • Genie+ (if option not selected)
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
  • Food and drinks
  • Entry/Admission - Frontierland Shootin' Exposition


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  • Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, CA 92802, USA
End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Pushchair accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
    • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
    If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 3328DISNEY

    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Most travellers can participate
    • Multi-day 1-Park Per Day eTickets are valid for entrance into either Disneyland® Park or Disney California Adventure® Park each day over a specified number of days. Park-per-Day tickets are not valid for visits to both theme parks on the same day
    • Multi-day Park Hopper® eTickets are valid for entrance into both Disneyland® Park or Disney California Adventure® Park each day over a specified number of days. Park hopping can commence after 1pm.
    • eTickets must be redeemed on selected date of travel
    • eTickets expire 13 days after first use or January 12, 2025, whichever occurs first
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    • To enter a park, both a theme park reservation and a valid ticket for the same park on the same date is required. Theme park reservations are limited, and availability is subject to capacity. Certain parks, attractions, restaurants, experiences and offerings may be modified or unavailable, limited in capacity, and subject to limited availability or even closure. Park admission and offerings are not guaranteed. Visit www.disneytraveltradeinfo.com/dlrws for important information about park attendance requirements and other restrictions that you need to know before visiting Disneyland® Resort.

    • All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

    The tour operator has provided the following answers to customers’ questions.
    Do I have to make a reservation in addition to purchasing tickets for the date I would like to visit the Disneyland Resort?
    Yes - Before you visit a park, you must first purchase a ticket AND make a park reservation. You will need a valid ticket and park reservation for each day you plan to visit.
    Answered Nov 2021
    How do I know the date I want to visit is available for reservations?
    Please verify that your date is available prior to purchasing tickets here: https://disneyland.disney.go.com/availability-calendar/ (Be sure to select either “1-Park” or “Park Hopper” depending on the ticket you intend to purchase.)
    Answered Nov 2021
    I see my chosen date is available on the Viator calendar, but not on the Disneyland calendar. Can I book this date?
    Be sure to verify availability at https://disneyland.disney.go.com/availability-calendar/ as both a ticket AND reservation are required for entry. If your desired date is not available at the above link, you will not confirm your reservation.
    Answered Nov 2021
    How can I make a theme park reservation for my visit to the Disneyland Resort?
    Once you have purchased tickets, visit www.disneytraveltradeinfo.com/dlrws & scroll to "Theme Park Tickets & Reservations." Log into/create a Disney account. Click “Link a ticket” & enter your ticket number (under the barcode on your Viator Ticket.)
    Answered Nov 2021

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    • nevertoolate2travel
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      First-timer Success!
      This was the first time anyone in my family visited Disneyland Park in California. It was an extreme success, and I would recommend the Disneyland Park California to anyone hesitant on travelling to the park from the East Coast with the closer of the Disney-themed properties being Disney World in Orlando. Let's start out with some background information which I will then pair with our experience with each item: 1. We went mid-July, during summer break for the kids. 2. This was part of our overall west coast trip; we flew in from Las Vegas, Nevada. 3. We spent one day at Disneyland Park, and the other at Disneyland California Adventure. 4. We pre-purchased a military three-day park hopper with Genie+. 5. We did not have a plan/agenda for the park. 1. Our time of visit was in the middle of July which made us a bit anxious in terms of the amount of people that would be at the park due to summer vacation across the country. In hindsight, the weather was hot, but bearable in the middle of July; we should have done a bit more research on this, but ultimately it didn't affect necessarily affect our experience at the park despite all our walking. We did the Disneyland Park on a Monday and California Adventure on a Tuesday. There was still a lot of people, and despite the smaller size of Disneyland Park California compared to Disney World in Orlando, partaking in each area of the park was manageable and was not too overcrowded. We expected there to be a lot of people at the end of the day for the firework show, and managed to secure a spot an hour ahead of time on Main Street prior to people packing in the area (this still seemed better than Disney World Orlando where people appeared to be literally on top of each other when it came to getting some real estate to watch the pyrotechnics). 2. My wife did all the planning for this trip which I am extremely grateful for. In her research, she figured that it would be a lot easier to fly into John Wayne Airport (SNA) rather than Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) which is arguably the larger more popular hub. Flying into John Wayne Airport saved us time and money when it came to transportation to and from the hotel via Uber/Lyft (no more than 30 minutes from SNA to the immediate area around the Disneyland Resort area compared to an hour commute from LAX). As mentioned, we were flying into SNA from Vegas so the air fare was not as steep; I'm not sure how that would look like if you're flying direct from across the country. As it works with your itinerary, I would recommend trying your best to fly into SNA. 3. We only spent one day at Disneyland Park. We were initially worried that one day would not be enough to see and enjoy the park, but our one day here at the park was sufficient. Now, we didn't get to ride on every single ride (we were able to ride the Disneyland Train, Jungle Cruise, Pirates of the Carribean, Millenium Falcon, it's a small world, Storybook Land Canal Boats, King Arthur Carousel, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Autopia, Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, and Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage: Smugglers Run; walk through Adventureland Bazaar, Port Royal Curios and Curiosities, most of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge and Main Street; eat at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo and Galactic Grill; do a dance party and arts and crafts at Fantasyland Theatre; take pictures with Minnie Mouse and get to see R2D2, Daisy, Mickey, Rey, Kylo Ren, Stormtroopers, Chewbacca, Luca, Incredibles (Frozone, Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl), Joy, Sadness, Woody, and Jesse; watch the Magic Happens parade and Fantasmic firework show. I know everyone has their own preferences in terms of what part of the park they want to visit, but this for us was more than what we did at Magic Kingdom at Disney World, so by far more of a success to this day. 4. The three-day hopper was a bit of overkill, but knowing that we had the option was nice. We were primarily sold on this because of the pricing. With the three-day hopper, we added the Genie+ (soon to change to Lightening Lane) which gave the complimentary PhotoPass. The Gene+ definitely came in handy (make sure you familiarize yourself with it before hand if you can, but if not no worries - it's not hard to figure out; all rides with Lightening Lane's will require that you make a reservation), while we took advantage of the PhotoPass as much as we could (we didn't use it as much as we did compared to our visit to Disney World and all the parks there). 5. Not having an agenda or plan is not our norm, but we decided to change it up in order to make our family vacation as stress free as possible. This so happened to work out for us which was nice as we didn't necessarily set any major expectations. For families with smaller children, I personally feel that you should invest your days at Disneyland Park, while older children and adults may enjoy Disneyland California Adventure a bit more. Definitely well worth visiting.
      Written 19 July 2024
    • mcdadnz
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      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      Pretty Awesome.
      First time visitor with 10 and 13yo boys. No surprises, it was hot, crowded and unbelievably expensive but we still had a blast. We had a day in each park starting with DLR then DCA. With lighting passes we comfortably managed to do all the main attractions and plenty more even with a break at the hotel both days. Overall the theming and attention to detail is just amazing. There were so many highlights, we loved all the big attractions but Rise of the Resistance, Gaurdians Breakout, Radiator Springs and Incredicoaster were absolute standouts. The parks were very clean including toilets. DLR definitely has more shade, DCA was very exposed in the heat. There’s a lot of talk about the food but we found most things we had to be mediocre, we didn’t eat at a full service restaurant. Lighting pass was essential as were the additional one off fast passes, worth every penny. The system does have its flaws though, by early afternoon at DCA available bookings were hours away, then by late afternoon absolutely none available at all. With the coaster also shut all day we had barely utilised the fast pass. Fortunately the coaster opened late in the day and we secured a spot, and it really was incredible. The parks are also completely different in the evening (DCA is really cool) and we had the opportunity to re ride some of our favourites with very short queues.
      Written 16 July 2024
    • Relax31052042743
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      THE BEST THEMEPARK
      When I first came here (like 2013) I loved it 😁 it had every thing , it had a lot of rides, good hotels, and great service. I definitely recommend you to come to the happiest place on earth 😃
      Written 9 July 2024
    • hozzieb
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Amazing!!!
      When planning our trip to Disneyland California I told my friends to manage their expectations, that we wouldn't be able to ride every ride we wanted and that we wouldn't meet that many characters. I'm happy to say I was wrong! We arrived not long after opening on Thursday 28th September 2023, we walked onto most rides for the majority of the morning. The park did get busier by afternoon/evening but by then we'd ridden almost everything and didn't mind waiting. We met several characters, loads that we hadn't even seen at other parks we'd visited. We queued to meet the princesses and got Mulan, Snow White and Ariel. There were lots of characters just dotted around the park that we were able to meet too. All the staff were so lovely, we were told to get our 'first visit' badges and as it was nearly my birthday I got a birthday badge too. We downloaded the app before we went, this was super helpful, it had all the wait times accurately listed and we were able to pre-order food. I don't have a single complaint, Disneyland completely blew my expectations out of the water and it may be my favourite Disney park I've ever visited. There was so much to do and we actually managed to do the majority of it! If I ever return to LA I would return here.
      Written 26 June 2024
    • Seven7777
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      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      We enjoyed our first visit
      This was our first visit, and we were there for 3 days. We've been to Disney World multiple times, and ultimately, we felt this park felt less stressful and more laid back. That said, it's a good idea for you to read through other reviews so you know what you're getting into. - It is very, very expensive. It's unreasonably expensive. It's unfair to me that so many lower income families will never be able to bring their children to experience Disney because it's just so expensive. If you are trying to go on a budget, just be prepared. Bring all of your own food and drink. Prepare to wait around an hour for each ride if you aren't buying Genie Plus (around $30 per person, per day) and then paying for lightning lanes ON TOP of that (another $40ish per person) I should note that I am NOT rich, I'm just irresponsible with my money. - I do agree with all the other reviewers who mentioned cast members were rude. We encountered some really wonderful cast members but man, did we run into some employees with real attitude problems which is not typically how Disney does things. For example, we asked the parking attendant if we could pay for preferred parking, and she said no. She literally said, "No. It doesn't matter. $36." And just refused to sell it to us.... - Most of the food was not good. It really wasn't. We were bummed how much we spent on not good food. I will say I liked the food in DCA more. I'll write that in a separate review, though. Ultimately, your Disney experience is what you make of it. We still had a good time. If you really love Disney, you probably will, too. If you're used to WDW, you'll probably really enjoy this park.
      Written 24 June 2024
    • Baker22
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      The magic is gone!
      OVERPRICED! STAFF DON'T CARE! CROWDED! Everything is designed to take more and more money from you. Pay for the Gene Plus and then find out you need to pay even more ( $26 per person ) to use that Genie Plus on Rise of the Resistance. PASS! I'm done!
      Written 4 June 2024
    • Cucuchi
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Magical Disney
      I have just come back from a 4 day family trip organized by Dream Adventure Travel ! We were a party of 10 people. My husband and I, my daughters, grandchildren, and son-in-laws! It was a great experience.
      Written 26 May 2024
    • Liz C
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      Happiest place on earth
      We had the best time at Disneyland and created such amazing family memories that will be treasured forever! We went during Spring break and wow, it was busy. We purchased a 5 day ticket with Genie plus. We loved every minute of our time at Disney and Doug at the Matterhorn made our trip extra special. My advice is enjoy the experience, hug your family, friends, buy the ears, laugh a lot, get there when the park opens, sit down and rest during the day to take in the atmosphere, stay for the fireworks, bring a jacket, you will get wet on the grizzly rapids and have the best time!
      Written 24 May 2024
    • rexdebil
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      It Really IS The Happiest Place on Earth, Even for Old Girls!
      Whoever said "You're never too old for Disneyland" is correct! I celebrated my 66th birthday with my husband right smack in the middle of Main Street and enjoyed all three days! Yep, it was crowded, (Grad night, DCA closed at 9 pm), but isn't that to be expected? There was so much more than just the rides to enjoy! I never tire of Disneyland! As an eternal fan of Mickey Mouse and Goofy, I will be back, (and the sooner the better)!
      Written 20 May 2024
    • Flyer48973325677
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      A Magic First Experience
      Was our first time in Disneyland, we had 3 days in Disneyland (as well as Star Wars Night) and 2 days in California Adventures. The staff all through Disneyland were extremely friendly and helpful. Staff who were working in area's with characters (Galaxy's Edge for instance) were in character all the time, it was lovely to be given directions to somewhere "offworld". We were here over a weekend, it was far easier to get around and access rides during weekdays, but even at a weekend, wasn't too bad. We had Genie+ as part of our tickets and were able to utilize that functionality to access some of the rides quite quickly throughout the day. There were a few rides that were unavailable quite regularly but we were able to access all the rides we wanted to, just not all available on the same day, glad we had a total of 5 days to get through it all at a leisurely pace. Would definitely recommend this experience to everyone, even if it is only going to be once, like it is for us.
      Written 18 May 2024
    • lilirishstar
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      First visit
      We have been to Disney World many times but this was our first visit to Disneyland. Loved the ease of walking from Disney resorts, two parks and Downtown Disney, we enjoyed all four. The cast members were very friendly and helpful, I soon quit using the map and just asked the nearest cast member. They were so nice to my wife, as it was her birthday. The compact size was nice because everything was within easy walking distance, but that means there are a lot of people in some very tight walkways. Loved Mickey’s Toontown and riding the monorail right into Tomorrowland, which are quite different than Florida. We visited a ton of attractions, ate at a few food spots in the day and a half we were there and really enjoyed everything.
      Written 8 May 2024
    • batesmotel101
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      Overcrowded and overpriced for long lines
      Overall, my visit to Disneyland in April 2024 was poor. I hadn't been in ten years and decided to finally go. I was disappointed from the get go. When we arrived at 11am on a Sunday, it was a 30 minute wait in the car just to pay for parking. That was unbelievable and I had to use the bathroom since the water I drank couldn't wait any longer. They need to do something about that, but they won't or they would've by now. If people have any kind of annual pass or magic key, then Disneyland should have a separate entrance for those people. Very disorganized. Luckily, going through security was quick and entering the actual park. By the time we were entering the park it was already an hour after we arrived at the parking structure. Seriously? Inside the park, it was already crowded. Rides were an hour wait on average like Space Mountain, Rise of the Resistance, Matterhorn, Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Train, Peter Pan, Thunder Mountain, Indiana Jones. Alice in Wonderland said 20 minutes, but then they were letting all of these fast pass genie whatever people in. Normally that's fine, but they were doing it for a half hour. So the wait ended up being an hour. Ridiculous. Plus the Haunted Mansion and Splash Mountain were closed for most of 2024 to do a refurbishment and make theme changes to Splash Mountain that no one asked for. One obnoxious guy nearly knocked me over to race to get in line for the Pirate's of the Caribbean. That line was short, so not sure why that arrogant person was rushing. There was no one in front of him. An obnoxious woman cut us off nearly knocking me over to get into the line for King Arthur's Carousel. Neither of those people had the decency to at least say, "Sorry about that". Or "Excuse me." It's just a ride, calm down. Then another obnoxious man ran into me and pushed me aside with his body, which as you know is assault. Disneyland did nothing as they don't care. The Disney experience is nothing like it used to be in the 1980's and 1990's. I realize it started to go downhill once they built California Adventure as that's when the out of control crowds started growing each year. It's also why I hadn't been in ten years after 2014. I just had enough of that. Don't know why I thought it would've changed by then, but no it's actually worse. There are no days that have low crowds. They need to stop selling annual passes and discounted tickets as that's not necessary anymore. It's too crowded for that. If they cut those out, the crowds will drop dramatically. I'm willing to pay more if I know the park isn't crowded. I used to have annual passes too. Throughout the 1990's when I had a pass, no one had them, it was unusual to have it. And the park was always empty, magical and enjoyable. That's no longer the case. What makes the park not magical are the horrible people that go there now. Just rude low quality people. And I know I'm not alone. Just read some of the other reviews complaining about the same thing. It's not a safe place to go to anymore. If you love overpriced tickets to stand in long hour wait times and wall to wall people all over the park that there is no place to clear you mind, then this place is for you.
      Written 3 May 2024
    • TDW_KSW
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      Exceptionally poor and rigid customer service with Disney Ticketing and D23
      Several weeks ago I purchased tickets for the upcoming Disney fan conference in Anaheim, D23. Ticketing was an ordeal, but I was finally successful. After purchasing the D23 tickets, I purchased multi-day park tickets through the Disneyland website. A few hours later I received an email from D23 offering discounted park tickets. I immediately wrote Disneyland Customer Service, and it took over a week to get a reply--which was to call them. I did call Disneyland Customer Service and spoke with two different people. I told them that we'd like them to honor the discounted price, which was a difference of perhaps $150-$200 for the two of us for four days. Disneyland told me: - D23 and Disneyland are separate entities (last time I checked they're owned by the same company!) - They couldn't honor the discounted price. - They couldn't process a refund or credit - All tickets were nonrefundable (which I knew) Given the fact that we bought over $4000 of D23 and park tickets, I'm wildly disappointed with the lack of customer service and flexibility.
      Written 27 April 2024
    • christophernR3983YK
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      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      Good for a Family Vacation
      Recently went to Disneyland with my family and we had a blast. The food was on the expensive side but the fun rides made up for it. This is a good place to visit if you are looking to plan a family vacation.
      Written 25 April 2024
    • Holloway126
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Disneyland still magical but has some issues.
      Slightly mixed feelings writing this review. I have been going to DL since I was a child and always thought of it as a magical place. Its still magical but man, the crowds are immense. I think probably made worse as Haunted Mansion and Splash Mountain were down (soon to be Tiana’s ride) and so having 2 big attractions out would have increased queues elsewhere (note to Disney – don’t take 2 big rides down at once!!). This time I went with myself and my daughter as a birthday treat (flying from New Zealand) and as we’d come all that way, we paid for Genie plus and also made use of the paid Lightening Lane for Rise of the Resistance. We are pretty fit and experienced and so were able to move quickly throughout the park and with big days (approx. 8.30am to 10.30pm) and so could do approx. 18 rides a day. Key tips from me: - Book a Genie plus (fast pass) ride as soon as you enter the park, even if it is for the afternoon, you can book another one in 2 hours time so keep booking them. We found we had a great range of rides lined up for the afternoon and evening. In the meantime, go to the best rides with the smallest queue. - Unless you want to queue, book Rise of the Resistance first thing (it will already be a time slot for the afternoon) - Sometimes queues can seem low (e.g. 20 min) but unless you are close when they announce that you can find yourself in a 60-70 minute queue as everyone has rushed to that ride. The reverse is also true so use your judgment as to how long a queue is and don’t be afraid to step out of it. I didn’t come 11,000km to Disney to queue. - Use single rider where possible – Matterhorn is a good one for that. - If you can the left-hand side of the Matterhorn ride is (IMO) slightly better that the right, - For a break and minimal queue times The Mark Twain River boat, Tom Sawyers Island and Davey Crockett Canoes were good value. - It does quieten down when nighttime fireworks are on and later in the evening (after 10pm) - Food – use the mobile order system so you can just pick up. Ronto Roasters were great as was the noodle salad at Alien Pizza Planet. You can also take your own snacks and fruit in which saves money and means you can guarantee some healthy food. A few other observations: - There are a large number of obese adults on motorized scooters that you have to navigate – I’m sure this isn’t what Walt imagined when he set up the disability pass system, but I understand Disney are reviewing this. - I found in the evening some teenagers would try to push in front of you in the queue on the pretense that they were looking for their friends/ parents and would therefore just walk up the queue often not even saying excuse me. Sometimes it is obviously BS, and you can call it out – other times I think it was genuine. Likewise, there were always a few large groups of adults who did the same where I think 1 person queued and then the other 6-7-8 would wander up 10-15 minutes later to find their friend. I think quite rude and annoying but hey, you don’t want to get into a fight and won’t let it ruin my vibe. - The best rides for me were Indiana Jones, Space Mountain, Rise of the Resistance, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Big Thunder (noting Haunted Mansion and Splash Mountain were closed when I was there). Many other great rides and attractions as well. Still an amazing magical place but it does seem overcrowded.
      Written 24 April 2024
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    Madera mom
    Fresno, CA3 contributions
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    I have never been anywhere so crowded in my life. The lines for everything are way too long and you can hardly walk in any direction without being in a sea of people. (If you have any Covid crowd anxiety stay away. Most people wear masks but not all and you are really packed in tight inside while waiting to get on the rides. ) The rides were fun but the wait times and crowds really ruin the experience. The genie + and lightening lane worked well on a few rides but isn’t available for everything, which we understood beforehand. It’s annoying when it’s 11am and you want to use lightening lane for something to avoid the lines and the next time slots are 2pm or later and you can only book one lightening lane ride at a time. Also, as other reviewers said, the lines for food are no joke. You need to mobile order your food before lunch and dinner time or the wait is an hour +. Most people expect to pay an arm and a leg for food in the park but waiting an hour + for anything and everything is just a pain. It seems like everything is just a hassle and for the prices it should just be easier. Try grabbing a coffee, you’ll spend 45 minutes of your day in a 75 person line, it’s just a pain and it’s frankly not worth it.
    Written 7 January 2022
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    Billk
    San Francisco, CA3 contributions
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    We have been life long Disney fans and spend, on average, $5K per visit. However this time our experiences made my wife cry from sadness to see the place going to ….. Way too many people, unfair reservation services, three hour long lines for some attractions, reduced quality of service and resort rooms, and instead of fixing it, they make ridiculous claims and complain about their guests. On top of that, civil law suits for incorrect advertising of their benefits to key holders. After fifty years, we’ve had enough.
    Written 2 January 2022
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    Paula M
    Sugarloaf, CA145 contributions
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    Apr 2022 • Friends
    Visited Anaheim Disneyland April 7, 2022. We’re a family of Disney fanatics and have been many times before Covid. We found the park much changed.

    Disney is limiting the amount of guests. Make sure you have reservations before going there. A one day, one park ticket varies in cost depending when you go. To avoid standing in long ride lines you need to purchase “Genie Service” for an extra $20 per person. We had 6 in our party for an additional $120 above the park tickets. Genie Service works similar to the old “fast pass” tickets which were free. The new Star Wars ride cost an additional $20 per person if you want to ride it.

    Table Service restaurants get booked months in advance. If you can’t get a reservation you take a chance of going on a “wait list”. Do that when you first arrive for the best chance for a table service restaurant. You are required to hold the reservation with a credit card. No shows lose the holding fee. The other options are fast foods; burgers, pizzas, etc.

    We found the majority of Disney cast members cold. They did their job and that’s it. The happy smiling faces are gone. I believe part of this is they’re overworked and paying guests are unable to get the service they once did so Disney cast members get the heat.

    Not sure if Disney World is experiencing the same issues (yes we used to go there once a year too), but Anaheim Disney isn’t the park we once knew. Would we go back? Probably, but only when we have out of town visitors who always ask to go. But to go regularly as we once did, no. Not until Disney stops nickel and diming visitors and gets organized. Hopefully now that the pandemic is behind us Disney will get back to being the “Happiest Place On Earth” rather than the “Priciest Place On Earth”.
    Written 9 April 2022
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    Disappointing trip
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    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    Oct 2022 • Family
    Just got back from Disneyland. For context I have been to Disneyland every even year for close to 16 years with the exception of Covid we went to Disney World. It was probably the worst time I have ever had. Yes inflation is real prices are always going up no fun. If your not comfortable with having your credit card info in a private app or using apps Disneyland is becoming unfriendly to you. Staff is not understanding if your not savvy with your phone. More rides broke down in the 4 days we were there then the past 16 years combined and only once (on rise of the resistance) did we get a lightning pass to come back after sitting in line for 150 minutes for a ride stated 65 min and the second breakdown was half way through the ride. Them return in stated hours to use lightning pass to find a line longer then a hour wait. 3 hours in I finally get on spider man stated 65 min wait. 3 attempts to splash mountain no go due to breakdowns after 30 to 40 min each time. You name the ride it was down multiple times. Then it rained 2 days in a row no worries a little water never hurt but all out door rides get shut down "what" between waiting in lines that were for rides that would not happen, three times longer then stated or the multiple people that were to large to ride but held up lines to wedge in then having to pulled out it was a never ending nightmare. Endless cutting from. Large groups who sent 1 or 2 people to multiple rides to stand in line to then have 5 or more join them when they were closer then half way to the front made lines not move. I tried to find a reason for all the trouble some locals said lack of staff, well if that is so why was there 4 people standing at doors to broken rides doing nothing. 3 people telling you they can't answer questions about restaurants you need to look on the app. 5 people walked around the steam train to move a stated piece of bamboo off the tracks for 30 min. At one food cart the person working was so obese they couldnt even get the cooler open while sitting on their stool until failing 3 times and they finally got up. Oh but wait if paying hundreds of dollars a day wasn't enough if you want to have a chance to ride everything in 2 to 4 days it can be done for a "small" extra fee for genies and lightening passes. Welcome to the "Spirit Airlines" of amusement parks where everything that used to be included now cost extra. Hoping this was a fluke but from many if the reviews this passed month it doesn't look like it. Also rules don't seem to apply to all. The web site stated no selfie sticks or wagon strollers with multiple people being told at my gate no only to find that multiple people having both everywhere you went. 😒
    Written 13 October 2022
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    Sam P
    2 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Apr 2022
    I accidentially double-purchased (already over-priced) tickets for my family and spent 4+ hours (same day) on hold pleading with various people to refund one set of tickets. They refused and just kept repeating their policy that the tickets are non-refundable. I have no respect for an organization that refuses to hear out its customers and have any flexibility from their rigid policy. There is almost no other industry that works this way. Even airlines always let you cancel purchased flights within 24 hours.
    Written 5 April 2022
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    Jrtm2014
    Seattle, WA387 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    I can’t believe how much I miss the fast pass. At the moment Disney does not have anything but long lines. Their new system is not up and running and frankly I would NOT spend the money to travel to Disneyland if you don’t live in California.

    It was impossible to get reservations at any restaurant you wanted. Disney is anything but Covid safe. Almost no-one wears a mask and, for example, for the fireworks they jam pack you in a tiny space.

    I would also not recommend you spend the money for a Disney hotel. There is no extra magic hour, no guarantee of a place to sit for breakfast, and they do not enforce guests wearing masks in the hotel (most did wear masks in side).

    Save your money and your trip for when Disney is back being magical. That simply is not right now. Did we have fun… Yes. Did we enjoy waiting hours for rides NO. My whole family enjoys Disneyland but I wouldn’t recommend going unless you live near and it is a day trip. I hope the new ride system fixed the problems.
    Written 30 October 2021
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    amandainindy2015
    Indianapolis, IN7 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Being an avid WDW fan, we chose to try a new park this year because the Halloween party at WDW had been significantly stripped back due to Covid. While Disneyland itself was charming and very walkable, the operations lacked in several areas:

    Ticketing: the use of cell phones and paper tickets considerably slows down lines compared to magic bands. Each time we entered there was an issue ranging from devices running out of battery or running out of paper for ticket printing. Each time it added another 5-10 minute delay. Once we had to change turnstiles twice putting us late for a Rise of the Resistance boarding group.

    Ride breakdowns: throughout the course of the day, you could watch open attractions going into “temporarily closed” status. Multiple times we waited in 45+ minute lines to have the ride breakdown as we were boarding (Indiana Jones, Roger Rabbit). Nothing was offered to us for the lost time and inconvenience.

    Limited food offerings/timed mobile ordering: several kiosks weren’t open and the restaurant menus in PDF showed several more options than available in the app. If you didn’t plan lunch ahead for an hour or more, you couldn’t find anything but popcorn or cookies to eat.

    No increased sanitation noticeable: beyond the hand sanitizing stations which were empty by early afternoon, I saw no increased sanitation or social distancing on a ride. None. This was very concerning to us. Masks were not consistently enforced and there were large gaps in areas where compliance was requested, eg She ace mountain has an indoor queue area that took twenty minutes to enter and leave and there were zero cast members or speaker announcements to wear a mask. Indiana Jones had three cast members throughout the queue reminding people to mask up.
    Written 22 October 2021
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    Brandon K
    Flagstaff, AZ2,000 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Dec 2021
    I had not been back in 17 years and things have changed quite a bit (and many other things were the same). With kids 7, 10, and 12, we knew this was the time to go. I have to say that the park was far less full than my last trip so long ago without capacity restrictions; however, if you are not comfortable with crowds and not vaccinated, please don't go right now. As others have said, the staff is doing its best to keep people masked up in indoor lines, but there were still people you were pretty close to in outdoor lines without masks on. My recommendation is definitely to be there when the park opens if at all possible. You get so much reward for running to those first few rides with short lines, and it hooked my kids and kept them going when the lines started getting longer. I was not up for paying for lightning lanes via Genie+, but after going, I would have to consider what money you spend in place of just standing in line. The one big ride to do as early (or late) as possible is Rise of the Resistance. Worth the time (60 minute line for us, but we saw 90+ most of the rest of the time). I have to say the app use for ordering food remotely was a big (and pleasant) surprise. Nothing like removing one form of lining up for free. Don't forget the Main Street shops are open 30 minutes before and 60 minutes after the park closes, so you can do your wandering then.
    Written 30 December 2021
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    Genivive
    1 contribution
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    Jun 2021 • Family
    Definitely should have waited to go till they figure out the food and line situation. I did tons of research ahead of time and understood well how to use the app and it was still a pretty miserable experience. We’re booking, adjusting and canceling food orders ALL day in an attempt to ensure we would be able to get food when we wanted it and we still ended up going hungry. The mobile order system is such a pain. Don’t plan on being able to get any food ordered between 4-8pm and there are no walk up lines available. And it’s lines, lines, lines everywhere for everything. No space to sit anywhere to rest or eat, and some of the most popular rides are down for refurbishment. With all the waiting, plus the park closing early it’s completely not worth the money to go right now. It felt just as busy as any peak day in summer at 100% capacity.
    Written 8 June 2021
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    krogersku
    Johnston, IA675 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    You are better off going fewer days and paying for the extras. We stayed at the Grand Californian which is a wonderful hotel. It has a separate entrance into California Adventure Park so utilizing your 30 minutes before public gates open is a great head start on the day. The ability to utilize Genie + and the mobile app are a must. If staying at the Grand Californian I would recommend starting EACH day at California Adventure Park. Get to the park early and stay until around 11 AM. Then go to the pool, grab lunch, and swim. While sitting at the pool you can keep accumulating lightning lane passes for rides in the late afternoon or evening. When you get a lightning lane pass go back in the app and set a timer for when it says you grab another. We would typically head back to the park around 4-5 PM and would have 3 or 4 lightning lane passes for Disneyland (must have park hopper) that we accumulated at the pool. Disneyland seems to be the more crowded park so in the early afternoon most lightning lane times are scheduling for the evening. If you want to ride Rise of the Resistance you essentially have to pay extra to avoid the 2-3 hour line. Radiator Springs can be ridden by utilizing the single rider line. It is rarely over 20 minutes and often times 2 people from your group end up in the same car. Try to break up the day with some time at the pool in the middle of the day, otherwise the crowds and walking will overwhelm you.
    Written 1 January 2023
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