Theme Park Tickets
Disneyland Paris only offers tickets covering one, or three
days admission, along with two varieties of Annual Passport providing
multiple park entry days.
With the opening of the new Walt Disney Studios theme park, the
ticketing options have been extended to include a three day hopper
pass that allows guests to move between the two parks on the same
day, though at the moment the hopper option is only available
on three-day passes.
The reason for not offering more than three-days individual passports
is that the Annual passport for Disneyland Paris is so cheap that
it's better value to buy an annual passport than buy four days
worth of individual passports.
Exit and re-entry to the park is possible on the same day via
a handstamp, available at the exit to the park. Note that you'll
still need to show your original admission ticket as well as the
handstamp to gain re-entry to the park.
1 DAY THEME PARK ENTRANCE TICKET
The 1 Day Theme Park Entrance Ticket provides admission to either
the Walt Disney Studios® Park or the Disneyland® Park;
the 1 Day Ticket is not specific to any one Theme Park.
If you spend the day in the the Walt Disney Studios® Park,
your 1 day ticket also entitles you to the “Disneyland®
Park Evening Access” which allows you to enter the Disneyland®
Park 3 hours prior to its closing (ie. From 5pm when the Disneyland®
Park closes at 8pm and from 8pm when the Disneyland® Park
closes at 11pm). The 1 Day ticket must be used within 3 years
from date of purchase.
3 DAY THEME PARKS “HOPPER” ENTRANCE TICKET
The 3 day “Hopper” Entrance Ticket is the ideal
way to fully experience the magic of the WaltDisney Studios®
Park and the Disneyland® Park as it allows total freedom of
movement between the 2 Theme Parks as often as you wish during
the 3 days.
Where to buy tickets
The main ticket booths and entrance turnstiles are located on
the ground floor level, directly underneath the pink and white
You may purchase one, two and three day passes at your local
(European) Disney Store before leaving home, which might avoid
some queuing. In France, you can purchase passports from the Paris
Tourist Office on the Champs Elysées, Virgin Megastores,
FNAC stores, Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris, the
American Express Travel Office at the Disneyland Hotel, selected
RATP Métro/RER train ticket windows in Paris, Airport Tourism
offices (Charles-de-Gaulle and Orly) and by Minitel on 3615 Disneyland.
Other possible passport sources include European travel agents,
ticket agencies, ferries, major railway stations and some Thomas
Cook Bureau de Change offices. In the Netherlands, passports can
be purchased at 'de Grens Wissel Kantoren'.
April-November, plus Christmas fortnight
November-April, excluding Christmas fortnight
Low Season: 6 Jan 2003 - 4 Apr 2003 (excluding Xmas
High Season: 6 Jul 2002 - 5 Jan 2003, plus Christmas/New
Children are classed as aged 3-11, under 3 are free. 10% Magic
Kingdom Club discount applies on all of the above prices (American,
Japanese and Gold Card memberships only).
The Annual Passport now comes in two flavours, the Classic
or the Fantasia.
The Classic Annual Passport was formerly known as the
standard Annual Passport. This variety has a number of restrictions
covering its use, notably it's not valid during some busy weekend
and local holiday dates, although it does now include a subscription
to the newsletter "Le Club Plus" although this is only
available to French residents.
The Fantasia Annual Passport was formerly known as the
Annual Plus Passport and is valid every day for a full 12 months
starting from the first day of use. The Fantasia pass additionally
provides other benefits including free parking, free stroller/wheelchair/locker
rental, 10% off all resort food and merchandise purchases (including
French Disney Stores), 10% hotel room discount during off-peak
periods, 5% room discount during peak periods (max three rooms;
may be reduced to 8% and 3% for credit card payments), 10% discount
off Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show (max 8 people), free entrance
to Hurricanes Club, plus other special offers.
Note that these offers can't be used in conjunction with the
Disney Magic Kingdom Club card,
Annual Passports may be purchased from the Guest Relations office
to the far right of the entrance turnstile area. when purchasing
Annual Passports guests need to have their photograph taken for
identification, so during busy periods it's a good idea to book
an appointment in advance.