Disneyland Paris Tickets

Opening hours

Disneyland Paris is open every day of the year from 10am until 8pm, with an extended hour in the evening from 8.30pm for visitors staying in Disney hotels.

Walt Disney Studios Park opens daily from 10am until 6pm, also with an extended hour in the evening as above.

How to get there

Train- some Eurostar trains operate directly from London to Disneyland, Paris. The station at Marne-la-Vallee/Chessy is just a 2 minute walk from the park entrance.

RER- from central Paris you can take the RER A train from Nation Station to the theme park in just 35 minutes.

Car- the A4 motorway takes you directly to Disneyland, Paris. Use exit number 14 for the park. There is free parking available.

FAQ

What seasonal and special events are held at Disneyland, Paris?
The two biggest events during the year are Halloween and Christmas. At Disneyland, Paris the Christmas fun begins in November and continues into the early part of the New Year.
How much does it cost to visit Disneyland, Paris?
Booking a package online gives you several options and with that numerous prices. You can book a single day’s entry (£43 in low season when booked online). Packages are available that include your travel costs, accommodation, meals, meals with Disney characters, shows and even birthday parties.
Are guided tours available?
Yes, you can pre-book this service before your arrival so that you can discover the history behind the park as you are taken around. You can also book a VIP guide so that you get priority on your restaurant reservations, seating for shows and whatever assistance you may need.
Are pushchairs and wheelchairs available inside the theme park?
Yes, you can hire pushchairs, strollers and wheelchairs from the rental shop just inside the entrance at Town Square Terrace.
What time can I check into my hotel?
You can check into your hotel at any time on the day of your arrival with the exception of Les Villages Nature Paris where check in is from 10am. Your room will be available from 3pm and if you arrive before your room is ready you can head to the park in the knowledge your bags are safe and secure in the hotels left luggage room.
What is the MagicPass?
When you check into your hotel you (and everyone in your party) is given a MagicPass which allows you entry into every area you have booked. With this pass you do not require tickets, meal vouchers or your credit cards. It is a secure all-in-one-pass.
What time must I check out of the hotel?
You must check out by 11am, if you are then going into the park you can store your luggage in the hotel’s left luggage room.

Must Know

Five Themed Lands
Disneyland, Paris is divided into 5 themed areas where you will find 49 attractions.
Main Street, USA
The theme is 1920s small American town which features a culture centred on baseball and vehicles. Die to the often cold and wet weather in this area of France the walkways are covered to give shelter from the weather when required. The main attraction is the railroad.
Adventureland
This section features Indian and Moroccan influences with attractions from 1001 Arabian Nights and the movie Aladdin. An Asian themed area features mysterious jungles while a Caribbean theme features the ride Pirates of the Caribbean, a Tom Sawyer Island and a Swiss Family Treehouse.
Frontierland
Frontierland is a reminder of the American frontier towns of the Wild West. The theme centres on Big Thunder Mountain and its mining community. Two riverboats circle the river as reminders of Mark Twain with attractions such as the Legends of the Wild West, Pocahontas Indian Village and the Rustler Shooting Gallery.
Fantasyland
This themed area resembles a fairy tale village with the emphasis on the European sources for several of Disney’s classic films. One of the main attractions in this section of the park is a Ferris wheel known as Les Pirouettes du Vieux Moulin. Also here you will see Sleeping Beauty’s Castle and references to Snow White, Dumbo, Peter Pan, Pinocchio and the Sword and the Stone.
Discoveryland
Discoveryland or Tomorrowland as it is now known as features European culture through its thinkers and explorers. Leonardo da Vinci, Jules Verne and H G Wells are all featured in attractions based on Journey to the Centre of the Earth and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
Changes to the park and its image
Since the park first opened in 1992 there have been a number of modifications mostly due to the local climate. Hotels and restaurants were fitted with fireplaces to ease the cold of the Parisian winter. Financially the park did not always meet its expectations and the word Euro was dropped from the title. The name has changed several times, Euro Disney until 1994, then it became Euro Disneyland Paris from may until September 1994. The next change in its title saw the theme park being called Disneyland Paris until 2002 when it changed to its present name of Disneyland Park or Parc Disneyland in French.

Places Nearby

Val d’Europe
The Val d’Europe is a large shopping mall located just minutes away from Disneyland Paris and about 30 minutes journey time from Paris. Within the mall there are 190 shops and 30 restaurants. The mall covers an area of one million square feet after its latest expansion which was completed in 2017. The Val d’Europe is open seven days a week from 10am until 9pm and only closes on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th.
Chateaux de Ferrieres
This castle offers some great views over the surrounding area. The architecture is very impressive as are the interiors. It is a must visit when you are in the area of Marne-le-Vallee. The castle is just a short distance away at Ferrieres en Brie. In addition to the castle you can discover the gardens that lead to a lake and if you are hungry there are two restaurants, the one inside the castle comes highly recommended.
Grand Temple Bouddiste
This temple located in a village close to Marne-le-Vallee is a tranquil and extremely beautiful building to visit. It is not the easiest to find tucked away in an alley (3 Allee Madame de Montespan, Bussy St Georges) and from the outside it is a little unassuming, however once you are inside you will be amazed by the transformation of this buildings splendour. The staff are very friendly and happy to give you a tour.