In the event of inclement weather during your visit to the Disneyland® Resort, most of our attractions and our indoor shows will continue to operate. Attractions and other locations that are outdoors may temporarily close until the inclement weather passes for the safety and comfort of our Guests and Cast.
Enjoy a splash from the past at 2 retro-themed pools and 2 waterslides that celebrate the imagination and legacy of Disneyland Park.
From January 7 to May 2019, the Disneyland Hotel pool area will undergo refurbishments in an ongoing effort to improve our Guest experience.
From January 7 to March 2019, the D-Ticket Pool, Mickey Spa, Minnie Spa, Monorail Pool and waterslides will be unavailable. Hotel Guests are invited to enjoy the E-Ticket Pool and will also have access to the California Streamin’ waterslide at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel.
After March 2019, the D-Ticket Pool and Mickey Spa will once again be available to Guests, but the Monorail Pool, waterslides and Minnie Spa will remain unavailable until May 2019.
Poolside cabana rentals will be limited for the duration of the pool refurbishment.
To minimize any disruptions, work will be limited to between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM. Please call (714) 956-6425 to learn more about these refurbishments. Guests under 18 must have parent or guardian permission to call. All construction and reopening dates are subject to change.
Go for a dip at this pool that pays tribute to the park’s early days with decorative signs resembling the theme park tickets of yesteryear. Located at the north end of the courtyard plaza, the sprawling, 4,800-square-foot E-Ticket Pool is perfect for a relaxing morning or afternoon swim just before time spent in the parks or at the Downtown Disney District.
Pool hours, slide operating times and lifeguard availability vary by pool and weather conditions, and are subject to change.
Soak up some thrills at our 2 winding waterslides that feature replicas of the original Mark 1 Monorail trains. Make a big splash from the approximate 25-foot-high, 180-foot-long Red Monorail slide or enjoy a more relaxing splashdown atop the 13-foot-high, 80-foot-long Yellow Monorail slide.
A 2-lane mini slide designed for smaller children also spills out into a small pool, while pop jets, fountains and a surging waterfall add to the fun. This nostalgic water play area is topped by a “Disneyland” sign reminiscent of the park’s classic years.
Located nearby, the refreshing D-Ticket pool is an ideal place for Guests looking to swim laps.
For a more serene aquatic experience, lounge the day away in the bubbling Mickey or Minnie Spa whirlpool, or sunbathe from the comfort of a private, poolside cabana for an added fee. At select times, enjoy food and beverage service at the pools from nearby Trader Sam’s – Enchanted Tiki Bar and Tangaroa Terrace – Casual Island Dining.