Can I visit both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park in one day?
Theme Parks – Frequently Asked Questions
Park Hopper Ticket
A Park Hopper Ticket allows Guests to visit more than one park per day. Guests must make a theme park reservation for the first park they plan to visit. After entering that first park, Guests will be able to visit the next park starting at 1:00 PM and go between the parks until each park's regularly scheduled closure.
The ability to visit a park is subject to the park's capacity limitations. At this time, a park reservation is not required after the first park. However, reservation requirements are subject to change.
Magic Key Pass
To visit multiple theme parks on the same day, Magic Key holders must make a theme park reservation for either park. Magic Key holders who have a park reservation for either park must enter the first park as designated in their park reservation prior to visiting the other park—they may cross over and switch between parks on the same day beginning at 1:00 PM.
At this time, a park reservation is not required for the second park after visiting the first park. However, reservation requirements are subject to change. The ability to visit the other park will be subject to that park's capacity limitations.
Visit More Than One Day
Since there is so much to see and do at the Disneyland Resort, we recommend planning a multi-day visit. There are many multi-day ticket options that allow you to explore both parks at a more relaxed pace.
Choose how you want to spend each day of your Disneyland Resort experience and purchase the ideal theme park tickets for you.
Please Check Our Disneyland Resort Rules
We regularly update our Disneyland Resort Rules to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. We ask that you review our Disneyland Resort Rules before your visit to avoid any delays or disruptions.