Yesterday was a big day for Disneyland as tickets and reservations for Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure were available to purchase and reserve.
As Guests continue looking for park reservations — in fact, the opening day for Disneyland Park is completely booked at this time — it may be hard to keep up with the current park availability. That is why we put together an article highlighting everything you need to know and the current availability of Disneyland theme park reservations (as of this article’s publication just after 10 a.m. PST).
Disneyland theme park reservations
As Guests prepare for their Disneyland return, they are required to purchase a valid ticket as well as get a theme park reservation to visit either Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure, which is very similar to the Disney Park Pass system in Walt Disney World. However, Disneyland is operating a bit differently, so here is what you need to know before purchasing a Disneyland Resort theme park ticket and booking a theme park reservation.
Reservations are separated by one park per day tickets and Park Hopper tickets. If you have a one park per day ticket, those reservations fill up depending on the park you reserve. On the other hand, if you have a Park Hopper ticket, those reservations fill up depending on which park you make a reservation for as your first park of the day.
Disneyland’s official website reminds Guests that before purchasing a theme park ticket they should check the calendar, dates, and which theme parks are available. Furthermore, it is recommended to choose your theme parks immediately after your ticket purchase to secure a spot in your desired theme park. Remember that you can always cancel a reservation and rebook it.
Current Disneyland theme park availability
Here at Inside the Magic, we have broken down which parks and days are available in the next few months to give you an idea of which theme parks are available at this time, the day after ticket sales and theme park reservations opened to the general public.
For the long-awaited reopening of Disneyland Park, the opening date is unavailable for both one park per day ticket holders and Park Hopper tickets, but at this time, Disney California Adventure Park is still available on April 30 for both one park per day ticket holders and Park Hopper Guests.
During the month of May, one park per day ticket purchasers still have an opportunity to visit Disneyland and Disney California Adventure parks on the following days:
- May 3-6
- May 10-14
- May 17
- May 20
- May 21
- May 23- 28
- May 31.
For Disney California Adventure, all dates are currently available as seen in the screenshot below.
For those who are purchasing Park Hopper tickets, you can make a reservation for either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure on the following dates:
- May 3-7
- May 9-14
- May 16-21
- May 23-28
- May 30-31.
For Guests who are planning to visit June, the current Disneyland Resort theme park reservation calendar shows that both parks are still available for one park per day ticket holders on the following dates:
- June 1-3
- June 7-11
- June 13-28
On June 5 and June 12, there are no reservations available for either park, but Disneyland Park is still up for grabs on June 4 and June 6. As we reported, June 4 is fully booked for Disney California Adventure Park as that is the opening day of Avengers Campus.
Park Hopper ticket Guests can plan for both Disney parks on the following dates:
- June 1-3
- June 6-11
- June 13-28.
For June 5 only Disneyland Park is available and on June 12, only Disney California Adventure is available.
For the most up-to-date information, be sure to visit Disneyland’s calendar here.
Disneyland’s official website reminds Guests:
Guests with a Park Hopper ticket will select the first theme park they wish to visit to begin their day; then they can visit the other park later that day after 1:00 PM.
Multi-day tickets require a theme park reservation for each valid day of your ticket. Please be sure your multi-day ticket is valid on the days you wish to visit as park entry requires both a theme park reservation and a valid theme park ticket. Please check the expiration rules of your ticket.
Are you planning your trip to Disneyland in the next three months? Let us know in the comments below!