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Disneyland Paris FAQs

If you really want to experience everything and take your time doing it, opt for the Disneyland® Paris: 2 Parks Multi-day Dated E-ticket, which includes admission to Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios for 2, 3, or 4 consecutive days (depending on your choice).

It's possible to enjoy Disneyland Paris in one day, particularly in the summer when opening hours are long, but it's tough to get enough of being here – especially for kids.

Whichever Disneyland Paris tickets you get, remember to make the most of them by arriving early to beat the crowds. And don't be afraid to go solo if you're the only one brave enough for a ride!

Your Disneyland Paris tickets will buy you a good time, whenever you decide to go. In general though, if you don't mind the colder weather, the best months to visit are January and March. In these quiet times you can easily pack more rides, or mouse-encounters into your itinerary.

Plan to go mid-week (Tuesdays to Thursdays) during mid-January through mid-March, or mid-April through mid-May. Fewer visitors mid-week mean waiting times are much shorter. September is a great time to visit too. The weather can still be quite mild, but it's off peak, which means staying in and around Paris should be more affordable.

You'll need to stay all day, or at least leave when the park closes if you want to catch the fireworks. This spectacular closing ceremony happens every day between 9-11pm, depending on the time of year.

If you want a great eating experience, it's best to pick your restaurant based on the theme rather than the food. You may not remember your chicken nuggets or pizza slices, but you will remember dining in a room based on Victorian inventions with conceptual art pieces dangling from the ceiling!

Some of the best-themed restaurants in Disneyland Paris are Chuck Wagon Cafe, Annette's Diner, Captain’s Quarters, and Redwood Bar and Lounge. For baked goods, The Cable Car Bake Shop is small but the stained glass lights and cable car artwork make it a hit.

Bistrot Chez Rémy offers delicious food, as well as a fun theme based on the movie Ratatouille. Expect giant silverware, oversized jam jar lids, champagne corks and more all integrated into the environment. You'll need to book ahead.

If you're on a budget, pack snacks and eat dinner early in Disney Village. There are several good budget options here and they're all open late, including Earl of Sandwich, McDonald’s, and Five Guys.

Download the Disneyland app and reserve your table in advance!

While there are plenty of places to buy food and drinks in Disneyland Paris, you are also allowed to bring your own food and non-alcoholic drinks into the park. Just leave the glass containers at home!

You're free to take your backpacks onto most Disneyland rides. Only RC Racer and Parachute Drop require bag storage. Don't forget that all bags are subject to search by security on the way in, after you've shown your Disneyland Paris tickets.

Here are some things you can (and should) bring into Disneyland Paris:

  • Ponchos, for the wet rides and rain showers
  • Makeup wipes, also for the wet rides and rain showers
  • Battery-powered fans (in summer)
  • An extra t-shirt and socks
  • Refillable water bottles
  • Band-aids
  • Snacks

Tickets overview

Disneyland Paris tickets provide a truly once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience the enchanting magic of Disney.

Here are just some of the highlights your Disneyland Paris tickets will unlock:

  • Get access to over 50 iconic attractions across Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios

  • Explore the incredible Avenger Campus and meet Earth's mightiest heroes in the flesh

  • Meander through Alice’s Curious Labyrinth and blast off to a galaxy far, far away at Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain

  • Sail the high seas with buccaneering bandits in Pirates of the Caribbean

  • Prepare for scares and spooky thrills at the newly refurbished Phantom Manor haunted attraction

Disneyland Paris offers a variety of ticket types to suit all budgets and itineraries, with options that include Disneyland Paris, Walt Disney Studios, or both!

Disneyland Paris tickets include:

  • The simplest ticket type is the dated E-ticket. This ticket grants one-day access to either Disneyland Paris or Walt Disney Studios, or both parks, on a selected date

  • Making a last-minute booking? Opt for the Same Day ticket. This ticket works the same as the dated E-ticket, but lets you enter one or both of the parks (depending on your preference) on the same day as your booking

  • Guests can choose from a variety of multi-day ticket options which grant access to one or both of the parks for multiple days

  • There's even a same-day multi-day ticket if you are arriving on the day of your booking, but plan to spend a few days exploring the park(s)

  • Strollers/pushchairs and wheelchairs can be rented for a small fee onsite

  • Smoking (including electronic cigarettes and vapes) is not allowed in any part of the park, apart from the specially designated outdoor smoking areas

  • Disneyland Paris is an all-weather theme park, with plenty of rain-protected attractions, so you're guaranteed a magical time no matter the weather

  • Disneyland Paris is suitable for all guests, and has numerous rides and attractions that can cater to those with disabilities

  • Pets (apart from service animals and guide dogs) are not allowed in any of the parks or hotel facilities, but can be dropped off at the Animal Care Centre

  • Baby changing and bottle warming facilities are available at the Baby Care Centre

  • There is no onsite daycare facility at Disneyland Paris

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Raneen,  Israel Israel
16 Dec 2022
Very easy to work with. One day before our visit, we linked the tickets in the application. When we got to disney, scanned the QR and that's it. No need to print, no need to go through cash registers
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MARINA,  Greece Greece
23 Jan 2023
It's my fourth time at Disneyland! I think that says it all!!! I had a great time and will definitely come back!!!!
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John Lenon,  Portugal Portugal
13 Jan 2023
Just magic! Everything was beautiful, and the value of the ticket was much cheaper than the one in Disneyland website.
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About: Disneyland® Paris

Disneyland® Paris, Dreams matter more than ever.

Disney® Parks are full of activities for all ages, so get ready to escape to your favourite worlds from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars across three parks: Disneyland® Park, Walt Disney Studios® Park, and Disney Village®.

There’s some 50 attractions, more than 70 restaurants, and all of your favorite characters ready to snap a selfie with you throughout the parks!

Older kids will find lots to enjoy – like Big Thunder Mountain and Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain, to name just a couple. With themed attractions, parades, unreal meals, and adventures, every aspect of your experience is filled with Disney magic. The only question is: how long do you want to stay? But one thing's for sure – two parks is better than one, so make the most of your visit to Disneyland® Paris.

Disneyland® Paris
Saturday 09:30 - 22:00
Sunday 09:30 - 22:00
Monday 09:30 - 20:00
Tuesday 09:30 - 20:00
Wednesday 09:30 - 20:00
Thursday 09:30 - 20:00
Friday 09:30 - 20:00
Walt Disney Studios
Saturday 09:30 - 21:00
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Monday 09:30 - 19:00
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Avengers Campus
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Disneyland® Paris
Boulevard de Parc, 77700 Coupvray, Marne-la-Vallée
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