Instantly transport to a world of wonder and enchantment at Disneyland Paris. Housing over 50 rides and attractions, the park offers thrilling experiences for both young and old alike. Click pictures with your favourite Disney characters, enjoy breathtaking shows, spend a night at the magical themed hotels and even dive into the massive collection of more than 50 restaurants for an unforgettable experience in the fantasy land. 

Highlights

Catch magic come to life at Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park. Home to a variety of thrill-seeking rides and attractions, exciting shows and parades along with, incredible fantasy-themed dining and hotel experiences - Disneyland Paris becomes the perfect choice for your ultimate family vacation! 

  • Catch Disney's nighttime spectacular featuring fireworks, water fountains, lasers and lots more at Disneyland Illuminations.

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Things To Do Disneyland Paris

Know Before You Visit

Find out everything you need to know to plan your visit to the magical world of Disneyland Paris.

Disneyland Paris Facilites
  • Automated External Defibrillators are accessible throughout Disneyland Paris for guests to use when faced with a medical emergency. 
  • Have a fairytale marriage proposal, engagement or a birthday party by organising your event with the Disneyland Paris crew.
  • Download the official Disneyland Paris App to stay updated with the wait times for attractions, check showtimes, table booking and lots more. 
  • Look for the Disney Check on children’s menus in Disneyland Paris for nutritious meal options at the restaurants. 
  • First Aid Centers have been made available throughout the parks. 
  • Avail free WiFi connection and make the most out of your experience at Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris Accessibility
  • Visitors can use the Accessibility Guide and Accessibility Map to get overall information about services and attractions. 
  • Disneyland Paris provides two types of Access Card. Priority Card and Easy Access Card that allow disabled guests to access certain attractions via specially-adapted entrances.
  • Manual wheelchairs are available for rent at the pushchair and wheelchair hire point, situated at the main entrance of every Disney Park.
  • All toilets have accessible areas for visitors with reduced mobility. 
  • All of the Disneyland Paris shopping outlets are wheelchair accessible.
  • All of the Disneyland Paris table-service restaurants are accessible for visitors with reduced mobility. 
  • Disneyland Paris hotel provides various types of rooms that are adapted to meet the needs of those in wheelchairs.
  • It is mandatory to book tickets online before arriving at Disneyland Paris.
  • Guests aged 11 and above and Cast members are required to wear a face mask at all times except when eating.
  • Temperature checks will be conducted for guests before entering the park.
  • Guests who have any COVID-19 symptoms or fever above 38 degrees are advised to stay at home.
  • Capacity has been limited to avoid overcrowding at the venue.
  • Social distancing must be followed throughout the resort in queues, ride vehicles, shops, hotels, restaurants and other facilities.
  • Signage has been displayed across all points to ensure physical distancing is maintained. 
  • More than 2,000 sanitising and hand washing stations have been installed throughout the park for guests to avail. 
  • All areas within Disneyland Paris will be rigorously cleaned and disinfected.
  • In order to abide by the social distancing protocol, few rides and attractions may remain temporarily unavailable until further notice.
  • Upon your arrival at a Disneyland Paris restaurant, you will be asked to fill in a form with your personal information for contact tracing if required.
  • Contactless payment is preferred over cash.
  • Fitting rooms are closed. However, you will have up to 30 days following a purchase to ask for an exchange or reimbursement.
Disneyland Paris Visitor Tips

Make the most out of your visit to Disneyland Paris with these helpful guidelines:

  • Use various ways to save time like choose off-peak time, get online bookings for tickets, buy VIP fast pass to avoid long queues etc.
  • In light of COVID-19, it is mandatory to book your tickets online before arriving at the venue. This way you can reserve your slot in advance and enter on the selected day without any hassle.
  • Wear comfortable casual clothes and shoes to help you walk around happily. Dressing up like characters is a fun idea to catch the attention of the characters in the parade.
  • Get an up-to-date timetable and programme for the day. It’s really important as timings keep changing and knowing the show timings will help you plan your time.
  • Carrying some packed food is a good idea as a handy and economical option.
  • There is a massive rush to leave at closing time so leaving about 25 minutes into the firework display is a good time to leave to avoid the crowds.
Disneyland Paris Park Rules
  • All illicit or hazardous substances, alcoholic beverages, glass bottles and dangerous objects are prohibited.
  • Handheld camera/cell phone extension poles, such as selfie stick is not allowed into the venue. 
  • Recreational devices such as drones and remote control toys are not allowed at Disneyland Park. 
  • Large and cumbersome packages, suitcases and bags, along with any container, exceeding 55cm x 40cm x 25cm will not be permitted inside the Park. 
  • For safety reasons, pushchairs and small trolleys/wagons should be left outside all attractions.
  • Use of rollerblades, bicycles, scooters or any other recreational means of transport, whether fitted with an engine or not, is not allowed unless medically necessary.
  • Guests are required to dress appropriately. Top and bottom garments, as well as footwear, are to be worn.
  • Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult for ticket purchase and entry to the Parks. 
  • Animals are not allowed inside the Parks, except for assistance animals.
  • If you intend to leave a Park and return to it, or the other Park, on the same day, please verify the procedure and necessary documents/handstamps with the staff before exiting.
  • Theme Parks covered and uncovered areas are non-smoking, except for designated outdoor areas specially created and equipped for smokers. This also applies to electronic cigarettes.

Address: Boulevard de Parc, 77700 Coupvray, France
Parking: The park offers car parking services within the premise. The rates will vary depending on the vehicle. Parking is free for Disney Hotel Guests with the Easy Pass supplied by the Hotel.
Getting There:

  • Train: The RER route has trains running every 15 minutes. You can also take TGV trains from the airport for a faster option.
  • Bus: Express buses depart from Gare du Nord, Opera, and Chatelet bus stations. They leave thrice a day and takes just over 2 hours to make the trip. You can also opt for Magical Shuttle buses that can take you to Disneyland from Orly Airport and Charle de Gaulle Airport. 
  • Car: Head for the motorway with the ‘Paris’ marker, if you are driving from the South. From the North, take ‘Metz / Nancy’ on the A4 or A104 (la Francilienne) motorway.
Disneyland Paris Food & Drinks
  • Head down to Annette’s Diner to experience the golden age of rock’n’roll while gorging on some classic American cheeseburgers and shakes! 
  • Head down to Billy Bob's Country Western Saloon to enjoy delicious cocktails and live concerts for a relaxing evening at the park! 
  • Make your way to Ben & Jerry's to pick your favourite ice cream or a refreshing drink whilst enjoying a view of the lake. 
  • At Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, not only do you get to enjoy a hearty Tex-Mex meal but you also get to enjoy an incredible show with some special guests! 
  • Grab a quick bite from Café Hyperion - a futuristic home of the airship Hyperion whilst watching a movie or catching a live show. 
  • Kick your hunger out of the Park at Casey's Corner to enjoy hearty hotdogs, fries and chilling soft drinks - all set in a baseball-themed diner. 
Disneyland Paris Accomodation
  • Discover the Disneyland Hotel - a Victorian-inspired resort to experience one of the finest hospitality services along with gaining additional benefits in the Disney Parks. 
  • If you want to gain "the big apple" experience - Disney's Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel is the way to go! Spend your weekend in a contemporary New York setting to admire over 300 pieces of Marvel artwork as well as to enjoy top-notch service at this masterpiece resort. 
  • Disney's Newport Bay Club takes you back in time to immerse in a 4-star hotel experience displayed in a charming 1900 coastal mansion setting. Gain extra magic offers along with a free shuttle service to the park! 
  • Step away from the hustle and bustle of the city to recharge your batteries at Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch. Whether you're looking for some adventure or self-pampering - this hotel is the perfect escape route to the core of nature. 
Disneyland Paris Shopping

Here are of the places you can shop from when visiting Disneyland Paris:

  • Choose to recreate your favourite Disney scene at home or build new adventures by visiting the LEGO Store in Disneyland Paris. 
  • Explore Boardwalk Candy Palace- the ultimate fantasy sweet shop to find tasty delights suitable for both kids and kids at heart.
  • Don't miss out on the World of Disney to discover exclusive merchandise, including accessories, costumes, collectables and lots more - all set in one of the biggest stores at Disneyland Paris. 
  • For all true Disney fans out there, Disney Gallery is the place for you. Explore unique artwork, collectables, designer soft toys and lots more inspired by the world of Disney, for visitors to discover. 
  • Head down to Merlin l'Enchanteur to get hold of some of the most fantastical items in Disneyland including, shiny crystal, unique glass displays and sparkling jewellery.

FAQs

What is Disneyland Paris? 

Disneyland Paris is an entertainment resort that houses over 50 rides and attractions in two iconic theme parks: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park along with a wide range of shows, events, themed hotels, dining and shopping experiences catering to all age groups!  

Q. When will Disneyland Paris reopen?

Disneyland Paris will reopen its doors on April 2, 2021.

Is it safe to visit Disneyland Paris post-COVID-19?

Disneyland Paris has taken up the necessary measures to ensure public safety at all times. This includes mandatory temperature checks at all times, usage of signs and floors markers to follow social distancing protocol, rigorous cleaning regulations and more.

Where is Disneyland Paris located? 

Disneyland Paris is situated about 20 miles (32km) to the east of the centre of Paris. The most popular commute is through train and bus. 

What is the best month to visit Disneyland Paris?

The best time to visit Disneyland from around mid-January to mid-May, and September due to the pleasant weather. Visit Disneyland Parks during the weekdays especially Tuesday to Thursday to avoid long queues and crowds. 

How long does it take to cover Disneyland Paris?

Considering the size of the venue, it is recommended to stay three full days to cover both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park as it is almost impossible to cover both parks in one day. 

What age is free at Disneyland Paris?

Children under age 3 can enter Disneyland Paris for free. 

Can you take food into Disney Paris?

Yes, guests are allowed to carry a few snacks and some bottles of water into the park. However, group picnics that require specific equipment (cool box, tables, and containers) are not allowed inside the parks.