Disneyland Resort Update for March 21-28, 2016

by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix, staff writer
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Disneyland Resort Update for March 21–28, 2016

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News and Views

Countdown to the Food & Wine Festival | You've just entered... the Rumor Zone | Constructionland | MouseAdventure Day at the Park |This and that... | Crowd Forecast

[Note: the next two weeks are expected to be the busiest of the Spring Break season, with TouringPlans.com estimating crowds to be 9/10 and 10/10 all week.]

Countdown to the Food & Wine Festival

Disney has released the themes and menus for each of the eight Festival Marketplace booths of the 2016 Food & Wine Festival. Two of the booths (The Vineyard and The Brewhouse) have only wine or beer offerings, but the remaining six locations each have two or three items on their tasting menu. In addition, several DCA restaurants will also offer special menu items during the festival.

Some additional information was released in the Disney Parks Blog posting, including that some of the Festival Marketplace booths will be open Mondays through Thursdays, as well as weekends. The Celebrity Kitchen events are hosted only on Saturdays during the festival, and the beverage seminars are scheduled only for Fridays through Sundays throughout the event. It's encouraging to see that at least some of the food booths will be open during the weekdays, and we're sure the event's production team will look closely at these sales figures when they decide whether or not to expand the offerings next year.

Disney did not release pricing for these menu items, but we will update as soon as the Festival opens on April 1.


A pork belly bao taco will be offered at the LAstyle marketplace booth during the Food & Wine Festival. Photo © Disney.

Festival Marketplace

LAstyle

  • Chilled ahi poke with avocado crème and wakame salad, topped with sesame tuile
  • Pork belly bao taco with pickled vegetables
  • Milk chocolate caramel tart with almond brittle and sea salt

The Vineyard

  • Cabernet flight
  • Chardonnay flight
  • Pinot noir flight
  • Wine and cuvée by the glass

Wine Country

  • Zinfandel-braised wagyu beef with creamy polenta and spring pea puree
  • Roasted yellow beets and purple haze goat cheese with baby greens, green ver jus, sultanas, and cashews
  • Blackberry tart with rosemary vanilla bean crème fraîche and a cabernet wine glaze

¡Viva Fresca!

  • Fried shrimp soft taco with pickled red onion-jalapeno, queso fresco and avocado-lime crèma
  • Anaheim chile and roasted cauliflower furrito with Jack cheese and avocado-lime crèma

Gold Rush

  • Triple cheese mac with smoked chicken featuring fontina, cheddar and gouda cheeses
  • Artichoke chips with spicy aioli
  • Apple bacon whoopie pie with maple cream cheese icing and bacon brittle

The Brewhouse

  • Southern California beer flight
  • Northern California beer flight
  • Craft beers by the glass

The Farm

  • Grilled beef tenderloin slider with chimichurri sauce
  • Golden Thai vegetable curry with jasmine rice
  • Meyer lemon macaron with blackberry marmalade, Meyer lemon cream, and dried bluberry dust

By The Bay

  • White cheddar ale and bacon soup, served in a Boudin sourdough mini-boule
  • Chilled shrimp and snow crab cocktail
  • Coconut tapioca layered with fresh mango and lychee boba, topped with green tea micro sponge and mango-couli sesame tuile


The grilled beef tenderloin slider will be sold at The Farm marketplace stand during the Food & Wine Festival. Photo © Disney.

DCA Restaurants

Carthay Circle Restaurant

  • Specialty menu item and wine pairing every week

Carthay Circle Lounge

  • Carthay cobb salad
  • Caribbean club sandwich

Pacific Wharf Café

  • Dungeness crab corn chowder served in a Boudin sourdough boule

Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill

  • Shredded pork tostadas with grilled pineapple slaw and chipotle crèma

Lucky Fortune Cookery

  • Chicken and vegetable dumplings

Wine Country Trattoria

  • Fresh strawberry and pistachio cream tart, paired with a featured wine

Mendocino Terrace, Sonoma Terrace and Hollywood Backlot Studio Bars

  • Sausage and cheese plate
  • Fruit and cheese plate

Hollywood Backlot Studio Bars

  • Soft twisted pretzel with cheese sauce
  • Fruit and cheese plate
  • Sausage and cheese plate


Several locations will offer this sausage and cheese plate during the Food & Wine Festival. Photo © Disney.

You've just entered... the Rumor Zone

As a matter of practice we don't tend to discuss rumors posted by other sites, but this particular story has gone viral in the Disney community over the past 48 hours and I'm including it here for reasons I'll get to in a moment.

On Saturday, WDWMagic.com member WDW1974 posted the bold claim that Disney is currently planning a Guardians of the Galaxy overlay for the Tower of Terror attractions at both Disney California Adventure and Disney's Hollywood Studios in Florida.

According to his theory, filled in over a few posts, the Florida version may be just a temporary overlay, like the holiday overlays of Haunted Mansion and "it's a small world" at Disneyland. The complicated agreement regarding the use of Marvel characters in the various Disney and Universal parks in Orlando is too convoluted to get into in this article, but the gist is that Disney can't build a Captain America ride in Florida, or even allow a Monorail bearing the images of Marvel characters transit the Epcot loop. As such, and without a large Marvel presence in the pipeline, such an overlay would likely only be used for promotional purposes to generate excitement about Hollywood Studios during a time when so very much of the park is closed due to construction of Star Wars Land.

However, WDW1974 claims the plan for California is to permanently convert the attraction to a Guardians of the Galaxy theme, and use the newly reimagined ride as the gateway to and icon of a whole collection (they stop short of calling it a land) of Marvel-themed attractions to be built in the last remaining bit of Disneyland's former parking lot. They claim the rides will include a Captain America-themed roller coaster, said to be on hold due to Shanghai-related budget cuts.

Their theory is that the Hollywood Tower Hotel would be restaged as the mansion/museum of The Collector, a character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (portrayed by Benicio del Toro in Guardians of the Galaxy). They had no theory about if/how the elevators would be explained in such a scenario.

The rumored timeline for this project, at least in California? Summer 2017. This would fit in nicely with the opening of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the sequel set to open May 5, 2017.

As this rumor spread around the Disney community this weekend, the reaction was overwhelmingly negative, in a way I haven't seen since Light Magic took to the streets of Main Street, U.S.A. nearly two decades ago. It's the reaction I would expect were Disneyland to announce a Wreck-it Ralph overlay for the Matterhorn Bobsleds: it just doesn't make sense.

In fact, were the rumor posted by any but a handful of people in the Disney fan community it might have been rejected out of hand, because it just seems—well, ridiculous. The Guardians of the Galaxy have no connection to 1930s Hollywood, and it's difficult to imagine how Imagineering is going to craft that story. But WDW1974 has a repuatation for being right a great deal of the time, and appears to have well-placed sources who are willing to talk shop before Disney probably wants them to.

Is this really happening? I can't say for sure, but I'm depressingly certain there's more to this story than just blue sky. DCA's version of the Tower of Terror doesn't hold a candle to the Walt Disney World original, and I would not be too upset if Disney were to just tear it out and build a new Guardians of the Galaxy ride to anchor a new Marvel Land. Forcing an ill-fitting overlay onto the California ride is one story; touching the Florida version, on the other hand, would be a travesty.

Constructionland

It will likely be months before any vertical construction begins in the new Star Wars Land footprint, but work continues on the site and all around the Rivers of America. It will be interesting to look back in a few weeks and compare photos to see how the berm around the park has changed.


Work walls are up around the new Starbucks location under construction in Downtown Disney, giving an idea of the size of the new coffee shop's patio. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.


Brush and small trees are removed from the earthen berm around Disneyland. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.


The Star Wars Land construction site, as seen from the Mickey and Friends parking structure. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.


The white and blue tent is the Fantasyland Theater. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.


From this angle you can see where brush and trees were cleared from the berm. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.


Dirt is piled up just beyond the work wall that blocks Big Thunder Trail. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.


Mounds of dirt from the Big Thunder Ranch are visible from inside Disneyland. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.


Workers are clearing trees and brush from the banks of the Rivers of America. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.


The Rivers of America is partially drained as construction continues. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.

MouseAdventure Day at the Park


MouseAdventure in Wonderland returns for a Day at the Park edition on April 17. Image © Third Gate Games.

Due to high demand for the competitive version that sold out in hours, MouseAdventure is happy to announce a Day at the Park version of the spring MouseAdventure in Wonderland game at Disneyland on April 17. If you missed out on the original registration, or if you're interested in a more low-key version of the traditional event, this is for you.

Day at the Park is also an excellent way for new players to try out the game in a non-competitive environment with plenty of support from the crew and staff. Teams will receive their quests all at once and may proceed to solve them in any order over the course of the day. Your adventure will kick off from Downtown Disney and take place within Disneyland Park.

In order to ensure sufficient staff support for Day at the Park, registration is extremely limited. Make sure to sign up as soon as possible to secure a place for your team. Registration opens at 9:00 a.m. (PDT) on Tuesday, March 22 at www.mouseadventure.com.

Registration for the Day at the Park Division is $110 per team. Each player will need admission to Disneyland Park on Sunday, April 17.

This and that...

...Citing "overwhelming support from fans around the globe," the Disneyland Resort last week announced they had doubled the $1 million donation promised to the Make-A-Wish Foundation as part of the "Share Your Ears" social media campaign. The $2 million donation was presented in a ceremony in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle last Monday.


Thumper is featured on this spring balloon availalble at Disneyland. There's a hidden Mickey in the design if you look carefully (in person—not visible in this photo). Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.

...The Orange County Register reports that Disneyland has added cushions to the seats of the Matterhorn Bobsleds, in an attempt to reduce complaints about the rough ride in the new sleds.

...This is the last week to purchase maps in the 2016 Egg-Stravaganza promotion.

...A souvenir Country Bears sipper jug previously available only at Walt Disney World is now offered at the Hungry Bear Restaurant in Critter Country.

...Disneyland has officially confirmed via its park events calendar that Autopia is reopening on Friday, April 29 following a long refurbishment and rebranding.

...A scheduled refurbishment for the Matterhorn Bobsleds has been extended. The ride will now close April 18–29.


The Easter antenna topper features Mickey Mouse as an Easter bunny, hiding inside a colorful egg. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.

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Wednesday, March 23, 2016 10 / 10
Thursday, March 24, 2016 10 / 10
Friday, March 25, 2016 9 / 10
Saturday, March 26, 2016 9 / 10

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Current Refurbishments and Attraction Closures

Note: Not all attraction closures have been officially confirmed by Disney, and are all subject to change at any time. Refurbishment schedules are estimates only. We recommend checking for updates as you plan your visit. All information is subject to change without notice. To get the most recent updates, visit Disneyland.com—this information is no longer available from the automated phone service.

Disneyland

  • Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln – closed through April 1 for refurbishment.
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad – closed April 11–14 for refurbishment.
  • Matterhorn Bobsleds – closed April 18–29 for refurbishment.
  • Jungle Cruise – closed to remove the Jingle Cruise overlay, and for extensive refurbishment. Reopening date not official, but expected to be after May 1.
  • Autopia – closed for extensive refurbishment. Reopening date not official, but expected to be April 28.
  • Disneyland Monorail – closes April 11 for refurbishment. Reopening date not official, but expected to be May 19.
  • Disneyland Railroad – closed for Star Wars Land-related construction around the Rivers of America. Expected to reopen spring 2017.
  • Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes – closed for Star Wars Land-related construction around the Rivers of America. Expected to reopen spring 2017.
  • Fantasmic! – on hiatus for Star Wars Land-related construction around the Rivers of America. Expected to return summer 2017.
  • Pirates Lair on Tom Sawyer Island – closed for Star Wars Land-related construction around the Rivers of America. Expected to reopen spring 2017.
  • Sailing Ship Columbia – closed for Star Wars Land-related construction around the Rivers of America. Expected to reopen spring 2017.
  • Mark Twain Riverboat – closed for Star Wars Land-related construction around the Rivers of America. Expected to reopen spring 2017.
  • Starcade – closed indefinitely.

Disney California Adventure

  • It's Tough to be a Bug! – closed. The theater is hosting host a sneak preview of the upcoming Disney film The Jungle Book.
  • Muppet*Vision 3D – closed indefinitely due to the Frozen Fun overlay.
  • Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular – closed. Frozen Live at the Hyperion opens May 27.
  • Grizzly River Run – closed April 18 – May 18 for refurbishment.
  • Silly Symphony Swings – closes April 11 for refurbishment. Reopening date not official, but expected to be June 10.

Disneyland Resort

  • Starbucks #2 – A second Starbucks location in Downtown Disney is now under construction, and expected to open summer 2016.

Resort Events

Check here to see if a large convention, competition, or park event might fall during your next trip to the Disneyland Resort. If you know of any in-park events, official or unofficial, that should be listed here, please send us an e-mail (link).

2016

  • Disneyland Resort Diamond Celebration – through September 5
  • MouseAdventure – Sunday, April 10. This event is sold out; sign up for the MouseAdventure Newsletter for more information about future events.
  • 2016 Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend – May 5–8. The 5K, 10K, and Pixie Dust Challenge events are sold out, but the half-marathon event is still available. Details on the runDisney website. Volunteer Registration now open.
  • Dapper Days at the Parks (unofficial event) – Sunday, May 1. More information at the event website. This popular event grows larger each year, so it's worth making note of the date if you plan to visit the park during this weekend.
  • Grad Nite events – This party for high school seniors graduating in 2016 will be held on these dates: May 13, 14, 18, 20, 21, 23, 25, 31; June 1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 15, 17. The 2016 event includes admission to Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park during regular operating hours, and a private party in Disney California Adventure park from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
  • Season of the Force – no end date announced.
  • 2016 Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend – September 1–4. Registration is still open for the Dumbo Double Dare and Disneyland Half Marathon races. Volunteer Registration opens May 24, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. PDT. Details on the runDisney website.
  • Gay Days Anaheim (unofficial event) – September 30 – October 2. More information at the event website.
  • 2016 CHOC Walk in the Park – Sunday, October 30 at the Disneyland Resort. Registration will open in May. MousePlanet readers, friends, and family are invited to register with Team MousePlanet and walk with our group. More information on the event website.
  • Dapper Day Fall Soiree (unofficial event) – Sunday, November 6. More information at the event website. This popular event grows larger each year, so it's worth making note of the date if you plan to visit the park during this weekend.
  • 2016 Super Heroes Half Marathon Weekend – November 10–13. Early registration for annual passhlders and Disney Vacation Club members opens April 5. Registration opens April 12. Volunteer Registration opens July 19, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. (PDT).

2017

  • 2017 Star Wars Half Marathon Weekend – January 12–15, 2017. Registration opens June 14, 2016.
  • "Use It or Lose It" weekend – January 28–29, 2017. Our designation for the final weekend of January, which marks the deadline for cast members, community groups, and Club 33 members to use their remaining complementary admission tickets from the 2016 allocation.
  • 2017 Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend – May 11–14, 2017. Registration opens September 20, 2016.

We also recommend checking the convention calendar at the Anaheim/Orange County Visitor and Convention Bureau website. When looking at that site, remember to note both the number of people and the number of rooms resulting from each convention. A gathering of 25,000 people booking few room nights (indicating most will be driving in to the area for their meeting) can impact traffic around the resort much more than a crowd of 25,000 staying in area hotels. Of course, that second group is going to make finding a hotel room more difficult (and possibly more expensive), so it's best to book your own room as early as possible if you see that a big convention is in town during your trip.

Non-Disney Resort Events

Notable events at parks and attractions around Southern California. If you know of an event that should be listed here, please send us an e-mail (link).

  • Knott's Berry Farm Boysenberry Festival – March 19 – April 3
  • Knott's Berry Farm Ghost Town 75th Anniversary – March 19 September 5
  • Universal Studios The Wizarding World of Harry Potter grand opening April 7, 2016

School Holidays

Notable school holidays that may impact park attendance. If you know of any other holidays that should be listed here, please send us an e-mail (link).

2016

  • Spring Break(s) – March 14 – April 8. Most local schools are closed one week during this period. Expect the majority of school closures—and crowds—the weeks immediately before and after Easter Sunday, March 27.
  • Local School Holiday – Monday, March 28. Most local schools not already on Spring Break will be closed for Cesar Chavez Day.
  • Nevada Day (observed) – Friday, October 28. A school holiday for our neighbors to the northeast creates a 3-day weekend and usually adds to the Halloween weekend crowds. Some Nevada schools take the entire week off as a Fall Break.
  • Utah Education Association convention (UEA, a.k.a. "Utah Escapes to Anaheim") – October 20–21. Expect holiday-level crowds October 19–24 as Utah students and families take advantage of a Fall Break scheduled around an annual state education convention. Not all Utah schools close for UEA, but the impact on the resort is significant enough to mention.
  • Thanksgiving Break – November 21–25. Many local schools close for the entire week of Thanksgiving.
  • Winter Break – December 19, 2016 – January 6, 2017. Most schools close only two of these three weeks, but some districts close all three weeks due to the Saturday Christmas.

Merchandise Events

Date Event
March 2–27

Egg-stravaganza 2016

Egg-stravaganza returns for the fourth time March 2 through 27. New for 2016, the egg hunt has expanded to Downtown Disney, in addition to hunts inside both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. A dozen oversized eggs decorated with images of Disney characters will be placed around each of the three hunt locations. Egg hunters first purchase a special map and stickers to help locate these eggs, and then place the stickers in the corresponding spots on the map.

The maps are $5.95 plus tax (a $1 increase from 2015), and no discounts apply. Maps are sold at the following locations:

  • Disneyland – Disneyana, Disney Showcase, "it's a small world" Toy Shop, Little Green Men Store Command, Piece of Eight, Pioneer Mercantile, Stromboli's Cart.
  • Disney California Adventure Elias & Co., Humphrey’s Service & Supplies, Off the Page, Oswald's, Sarge's Surplus Hut, Treasures in Paradise.
  • Downtown Disney Anna & Elsa's Boutique, D Street, Disney Pin Traders, WonderGround Gallery, World of Disney.
  • Disneyland Resort Hotels Acorns Gifts & Goods (Grand Californian Hotel), Mickey in Paradise (Paradise Pier Hotel), Fantasia Shop (Disneyland Hotel)

Once complete, participants return the map to a redemption location to claim their prize—one of six different two-inch-tall "eggs" featuring all-new character designs for the 2016 promotion. Redemption centers are located at Elias & Company at Disney California Adventure, Disney Showcase in Disneyland, and World of Disney in Downtown Disney.

If you are only in it for the eggs, you don't need to complete the egg hunt to claim your prize—just buy your map at a redemption center and receive your egg. New this year, Disney allows egg hunters to choose which of the six egg designs they would like as their gift – Mickey, Minnie, Stitch, Cheshire Cat, Woody or Jessie. You can collect all six, while supplies last.

March 21
(Mon)
World of Disney – Artist Showcase with Precious Moments representatives Noon–10 p.m.
March 22
(Tue)
World of Disney – Artist Showcase with Precious Moments representatives Noon–10 p.m.
March 23
(Wed)
World of Disney – Artist Showcase with Precious Moments representatives Noon–10 p.m.
March 24
(Thur)
World of Disney – Artist Showcase with Precious Moments representatives Noon–10 p.m.
March 25
(Fri)
World of Disney – Artist Showcase with Linda Rick Noon–10 p.m.
March 26
(Sat)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Drake Brodahl. 5–9 p.m.

World of Disney – Artist Showcase with Linda Rick Noon–10 p.m.

March 27
(Sun)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Drake Brodahl. 5–9 p.m.

World of Disney – Artist Showcase with Linda Rick Noon–10 p.m.

April 2
(Sat)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Ann Shen. 2–5 p.m.

April 3
(Sun)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Ann Shen. 2–5 p.m.

April 8
(Fri)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Jeff Granito 6–10 p.m.

April 9
(Sat)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Jeff Granito 6–10 p.m.

April 15
(Fri)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Jeff Granito 6–10 p.m.

April 16
(Sat)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Jeff Granito 6–10 p.m.

April 22
(Fri)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Jeff Granito 6–10 p.m.

April 23
(Sat)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Ann Shen. 2–5 p.m.

April 24
(Sun)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Ann Shen. 2–5 p.m.

April 29
(Fri)

WonderGround Gallery – Artist Showcase with Jeff Granito 6–10 p.m.

April 30
(Sat)

WonderGround Gallery

May 1
(Sun)

WonderGround Gallery


Current Discounts & Promotions

Disneyland prices as of February 28, 2016

Note: MousePlanet does not edit past Updates to reflect price increases; for up-to-date prices, check the most recent Disneyland Resort Update. Several current promotions offer discounted admission to the Disneyland Resort. For your convenience, we have grouped the discount offers based on the number of days the tickets are valid. Check out the category that best matches the amount of time you plan to spend at the resort, and pick the offer that works best for you. And keep those tips coming—let us know if you find a better or different offer, so we can share it with other readers!

This first section is a list of discounts on ticket-only purchases. Though it has become more common in recent years, Disneyland tickets are rarely offered at deep discounts unless you are a resident of Southern California or Northern Mexico. For residents outside that area, the best discounts available tend to be simple advance purchase discounts. If you know of any additional discounts, offers, promotions, or contests that should be listed in this section, drop us a line. Note, we are no longer listing offers from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau, as their convenience fee negates any savings.

Don't get scammed! Never buy tickets from an unofficial or secondary outlet, such as through eBay or Craigslist. Never rent or purchase tickets from people approaching you outside the gates stating they have remaining days or leftover tickets. This practice is against the terms of use for Disneyland admission, and may result in denial of entry. It is also common for criminals to shoplift inactivated Disney theme park tickets from supermarkets to resell them. There is no way to determine if these tickets are valid until you try to use them to enter the parks. Only purchase Disney theme park tickets directly from Disney, an authorized seller, or travel agency.

Ticket Prices and Promotions

One Day Tickets
Ticket & Season
Adult one-park
Adult Park Hopper
Child one-park
Child Park Hopper
One Day – Value
$95
$155
$89
$149
One Day – Regular
$105
$160
$99
$154
One Day – Peak
$119
$169
$113
$163

Check the Disneyland website to see what type of ticket you need for the day you plan to visit. Seasonal pricing applies only to one-day tickets.

No discounts currently available to the general public. Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any discounts are available through them.

Two Day Tickets
  • Two Day, One Park per Day Ticket – Regularly $195/$183
  • Two Day Park Hopper – Regularly $235/$223

2-Day So Cal Resident 1-Park Per Day Ticket ($149) – offers residents of Southern California and Northern Baja California admission to either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure on one day, and then a second visit to either park on another day on or before May 26, 2016.

You can use both days of this ticket at the same theme park, or visit one park one day and the other park on the second day, but you cannot use it to enter both parks on the same day. The ticket is $149 for ages 3 and up, a $20 jump from the 2014 offer. You can also upgrade the ticket to a park-hopper, which allows entry to both parks each day, for an additional $40, a savings of up to $36 compared to the box office price of a two-day park-hopper ticket.

2-Day So Cal Resident Park Hopper Ticket ($189) – offers residents of Southern California and Northern Baja California admission to Disneyland and/or Disney California Adventure on two separate days on or before June 6, 2014.

Get full details, terms and conditions of the 2016 So Cal Resident offer


No discounts currently available to the general public. Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any discounts are available through them.

Three Day Tickets

  • Three Day, One Park per Day Ticket – Regularly $255/$243
  • Three Day Park Hopper – Regularly $295/$283

3-Day So Cal Resident 1-Park Per Day Ticket ($179) – offers residents of Southern California and Northern Baja California admission to either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure on one day, and then two more visits to either park on or before May 26, 2016.

You can use each day of this ticket at the same theme park, or visit one park one day and the other park on the next day, but you cannot use it to enter both parks on the same day. When purchased in advance, this ticket comes with one Magic Morning entry; tickets sold at the Disneyland Resort ticket booths do not include this benefit.

3-Day So Cal Resident Park Hopper Ticket ($219) – offers residents of Southern California and Northern Baja California admission to Disneyland and/or Disney California Adventure on three separate days on or before May 26, 2016.

When purchased in advance, this ticket comes with one Magic Morning entry; tickets sold at the Disneyland Resort ticket booths do not include this benefit.

Get full details, terms and conditions of the 2016 So Cal Resident offer


No discounts currently available to the general public. Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any discounts are available through them.

Military

2016 Disney Military Promotional 3 – Day Park Hopper Ticket ($143)

Through December 16, 2016, active and retired U.S. military personnel (including active and retired members of the United States Coast Guard, National Guard and Reservists) or their spouses can purchase the Disney Military Promotional 3-Day Park Hopper Tickets for $143 each [an increase of $11 from the 2014-2015 offer].

Disneyland tickets may be used January 3, 2016, through December 19, 2016, except that the tickets may not be used March 20 through April 1, 2016.

Active and retired U.S. military personnel can purchase Disney Military Promotional Tickets for themselves and up to five additional family members or friends. No more than six Disney Military Promotional Tickets may be purchased by any eligible member of the U.S. military (or spouse) pursuant to this offer. All tickets and options are non-transferable and must be used by December 19, 2016.

For complete information regarding Disney Military Promotional 3-Day Park Hopper Tickets and discounted resort rates, military personnel may visit the Disneyland Resort website, or participating U.S. military base ticket offices.

Four Day Tickets

  • Four Day, One Park per Day Ticket – Regularly $280/$265
  • Four Day Park Hopper – Regularly $320/$305
  • Adults at Kids' Prices Four Day Park Hopper Bonus Ticket – $285

A discounted ticket available through MousePlanet travel partner Get Away Travel. Offer valid for travel through November 2015.

Bonus Tickets include one Magic Morning early entry which allows access to select areas of Disneyland Park one hour before the park opens to the general public. (subject to change without notice) Ticket expires 13 days after first use. See Get Away Travel website for offer details and restrictions.


No discounts currently available to the general public. Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any discounts are available through them.

Five Day Tickets

  • Five Day, One Park per Day Ticket – Regularly $295/$280
  • Five Day Park Hopper – Regularly $335/$320
  • Adults at Kids' Prices Five Day Park Hopper Bonus Ticket – $299

A discounted ticket available through MousePlanet travel partner Get Away Travel. Offer valid for travel through November 2015.

Bonus Tickets include one Magic Morning early entry which allows access to select areas of Disneyland Park one hour before the park opens to the general public. (subject to change without notice) Ticket expires 13 days after first use. See Get Away Travel website for offer details and restrictions.

Five Days for the price of Four Park Hopper Bonus Ticket – $300/$285

A discounted ticket available through MousePlanet travel partner Get Away Travel. The first day of use must occur on or before December 31, 2015.

Bonus Tickets include one Magic Morning early entry which allows access to select areas of Disneyland Park one hour before the park opens to the general public. (subject to change without notice) Ticket expires 13 days after first use. See Get Away Travel website for offer details and restrictions.


No discounts currently available to the general public. Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any discounts are available through them.

Six Day or longer tickets No longer offered by Disneyland; some travel providers may offer tickets for 6 days or longer as part of a package to international customers; residents of Canada, Australia, or the U.K. should check with local travel agencies to see what options may be available.
Disneyland Resort Annual Passports

California residents can take advantage of the monthly payment plan when purchasing any but the Premier Annual Passport.

  • Premier Annual Passport ($1,439) – valid at both Disneyland Resort and Florida's Walt Disney World Resort; includes parking and digital PhotoPass downloads. No blockout dates.
  • Disney Signature Plus Pass ($1,049) – includes discounts, parking, and digital PhotoPass downloads. No blockout dates.
  • Disney Signature Pass ($849) – includes discounts, parking, and digital PhotoPass downloads. Some blockout dates, including December holidays and other peak days.
  • Disney Deluxe Pass ($599) – includes some discounts. Some blockout dates, including December holidays and other peak days.
  • Southern California Annual Passport ($439) – renewal only, unavailable for new purchase
  • Southern California Select Annual Passport ($329) – includes some discounts. Some blockout dates.
  • Parking Add On ($199) – add-on to Deluxe, SoCal and SoCal Select passes. Renewal only, not currently available for new purchase

Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any other discounts are available through them.

Southern California CityPASS

 

2016 Southern California CityPASS ($329/$294) – includes a 3-Day Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Bonus Ticket (including one early-entry day), a one-day admission to Sea World San Diego, and a one-day admission to LEGOLAND California. The CityPASS expires 14 days after first use at any location, and the first use must occur by December 31, 2016. Purchase CityPASS through the Disneyland website or on-site at the ticket booths of Disneyland Resort or the other theme parks included in the pass. You can also purchase directly from the CityPASS website, though a shipping charge may apply depending on how quickly you need the ticket.

When you purchase the CityPASS, you have the option of adding a one-day admission to either San Diego Zoo or San Diego Safari Park for an extra $38/$30. This upgraded pass is only available for purchase directly from the CityPASS website.

You can also upgrade your CityPASS to add more days at participating locations:

  • Add a 2nd day at LEGOLAND for $20. Purchase this upgrade at LEGOLAND on the day you use your CityPASS.
  • Add LEGOLAND Water Park for $30 for ages 3+ and $5 for ages 2 and under. Purchase this upgrade at LEGOLAND on the day you use your CityPASS.
  • Upgrade your Disneyland ticket to another ticket or annual passport of equal or greater value. For 2016 Southern California CityPASS, a credit of $275 for ages 10+ and $264 for ages 3-9 will be applied toward another ticket of equal or greater value. Purchase the upgrade at Disneyland before the end of your third visit.

Prices listed above are valid until December 31, 2016


Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any other discounts are available through them.

Disneyland Resort & Universal Studios Combo Pass
  • 2-day Disneyland Resort + 2-Day Universal Studios Combo Pass – $300/$281
  • 3-day Disneyland Resort + 2-Day Universal Studios Combo Pass – $342/$335

A special combo ticket available exclusively through MousePlanet travel partner Get Away Travel. The bundle includes either a 2-day or 3-day Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Ticket, plus a 2nd Day Free Universal Studios Hollywood Ticket.

Additional Discounts

Did we miss an offer? If you know of an authorized discount on Disneyland Resort tickets, standing offers for Annual Passholders from non-Disney vendors, or other promotions which might interest our readers, please drop us a note!

Discounts for:

Everyone

Purchase with Purchase offers – Disneyland Resort shops frequently offer a reduced–price souvenir (often a tote bag, watch, or blanket) with a qualifying minimum purchase. These are offered at Disney-operated stores only, and selection may vary by location.

Recently, Disney has begun allowing customers to purchase more than one of the offers in a qualifying transaction, so if you spend $40 or more you can buy both items currently available if you wish. If you're a passholder, the minimum purchase is calculated after your discount, and your discount does not apply to the promotional item. Current offers:

  • Disneyland Cooler Tote for $19.95 with a purchase of $25 or more.
  • Disneyland Throw Blanket for $19.95 with a purchase of $40 or more.

Landry's Select Club – members of the Landry's Select Club get priority seating at the Rainforest Cafe when available (which makes a huge difference on busy days). This club replaces the former Rainforest Cafe Safari Club, and runs on a point-based system that gives you a $25 gift certificate after you spend $250. Membership now costs $25, but comes with a $25 birthday reward. We recommend that you prepurchase your membership before your visit so you can take advantage of the priority seating benefit.


ESPNZone MVP Club – membership in the MVP Club does not offer any discounts on food. However, once a member you can make an online reservation for your party up to three days in advance and will get a 25 percent increase in points purchased when playing games in the Sports Arena (and 40 bonus points at activation). You must register online and your membership card will then be mailed to you within two weeks. The card must then be activated at any ESPNZone by the person who signed up for the card and ID will be required (link).


Character Dining Vouchers – discounted character dining vouchers are available for purchase online, in advance of your trip, through Get Away Travel.

Annual Passholders

Disneyland Resort merchandise – Disneyland extended the 20 percent merchandise discount offered to Premium annual passholders through December 31, 2016. All other passholders receive a 10 percent merchandise discount. Visit the Annual Passholder discount page for specific details and exclusions.

Guided Tours – 15 percent off the regular price of 6 guided tours – Walt in Walt's Footsteps; Cultivating the Magic; Discover the Magic; Happiest Haunts; Welcome to Disneyland; and Holiday Time at Disneyland. Visit the Annual Passholder discount page for specific details and exclusions.

Dining – 10 to 15 percent off at a variety of Disneyland Resort locations, including Disney-owned and independent restaurants. Visit the Annual Passholder discount page for specific details and exclusions.

Disney Visa cardholders

Character Meet-and-Greet at Disney California Adventure – cardholders have access to a private character meet-and-greet photo opportunity at Disney California Adventure, and receive one free 5"x7" photograph per visit.

Star Wars Imperial Meet-and-Greet at Disneyland – cardholders have access to a private character meet-and-greet photo opportunity in the Star Tours Launch Bay in Tomorrowland. Offered daily from 4pm to 8pm. As of 1/23/16, Kylo Ren replaced Darth Vader at this location.


Disneyland Resort merchandise – Cardholders also receive 10 percent off qualifying merchandise purchases of $50 or more from Disney-operated retail stores.


Disneyland Resort dining – 10 percent off at selected Disneyland Resort restaurants, (Big Thunder Ranch, River Belle Terrace, French Market, Cocina Cucamonga, Wine Country Trattoria (lunch), Paradise Garden Grill, The Lounge at Steakhouse 55 (breakfast), Steakhouse 55 (breakfast), PCH Grill (breakfast and dinner), and Storyteller's Café (lunch).


Downtown Disney District dining and merchandise – 10 percent off at Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen (maximum discount of $40, excludes alcohol), Wetzel's Pretzels, Ridemakerz, Alamo Rent a Car, and ESPN Zone. 15 percent off littlemissmatched purchases.


Disneyland Resort Guided Tours – 15 percent off the "Welcome to Disneyland," "A Walk in Walt's Footsteps," "Discover the Magic," and "Cultivating the Magic" guided tours.


See the Disney Visa website for terms and conditions for all of these promotions.

U.S. military

See "2015–2016 Disney Military Promotional 3–Day Park Hopper Ticket" above.

Southern California residents No discounts currently available to the general public. Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any discounts are available through them.
Hotel and travel package offers

Costco Travel Packages – many different travel packages including visits to Disneyland and Disneyland hotels are available through Costco.


Disney's Resort Magic and Good Neighbor Magic Packages – These package includes accommodations in one of the three resort hotels or at one of 40 Good Neighbor hotels, along with theme park admission. The packages also come with a variety of extra inclusions and bonuses, usually a souvenir pin and lanyard, and discount coupons for various Downtown Disney merchants.

Contact Disney Travel at (714) 520-5050, book online through the Disneyland website, or call your favorite travel agent to inquire about these packages.

 

Park Schedule/Blockout Dates

  • DL – Disneyland
  • DCA – Disney California Adventure

Annual Pass blockouts:

  • SL – Southern California Select Annual Pass
  • SC – Southern California Annual Pass
  • DX – Deluxe Annual Pass
  • SG – Signature Annual Pass

Early Admission – full description available on the Disneyland website):

  • MM – Magic Mornings for 3-plus day ticket holders, promotional "bonus" tickets, and Southern California CityPASS
  • EMH – Extra Magic Hour for Disneyland Resort Hotel Guests
  • EA – Early Admission for Annual Passholders (not currently offered)

Disneyland Resort Special Events:

3/20 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/25 3/26

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events:
Egg-stravaganza

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events:
Egg-stravaganza

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events:
Egg-stravaganza

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events:
Egg-stravaganza

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events:
Egg-stravaganza

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC/DX

Events:
Egg-stravaganza

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC/DX

Events:
Egg-stravaganza

3/27 3/28 3/29 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/2

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events:
Egg-stravaganza

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events: None

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events: None

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events: None

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events: None

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC/DX

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

4/3 4/4 4/5 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/9

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-11p
None

DCA: 8a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-11p
None

DCA: 8a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-11p
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-9p
None

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-11p
None

DCA: 8a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-11p
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-9p
None

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-11p
None

DCA: 8a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-9p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC/DX

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

4/10 4/11 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/16

Ticket Season:
Peak

DL: 8a-11p
None

DCA: 8a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
None

DCA: 9a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
EMH/MM

DCA: 9a-9p
None

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
None

DCA: 9a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
EMH/MM

DCA: 9a-9p
None

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Regular

DL: 9a-11p
None

DCA: 9a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Regular

DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 9a-9p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC/DX

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

4/17 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/23

Ticket Season:
Regular

DL: 8a-11p
None

DCA: 8a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
None

DCA: 9a-8p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
EMH/MM

DCA: 9a-8p
None

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
None

DCA: 9a-8p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
EMH/MM

DCA: 9a-8p
None

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Regular

DL: 9a-11p
None

DCA: 9a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Regular

DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-9p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC/DX

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

4/24 4/25 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/29 4/30

Ticket Season:
Regular

DL: 8a-11p
None

DCA: 8a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
None

DCA: 9a-8p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
EMH/MM

DCA: 9a-8p
None

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
None

DCA: 9a-8p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Value

DL: 9a-9p
EMH/MM

DCA: 9a-8p
None

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Regular

DL: 8a-11p
None

DCA: 8a-9p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Ticket Season:
Regular

DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-9p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC/DX

Events:
Food & Wine Fest.

Visit our Annual Passholders Blockout Dates page to see more dates. You can see future calendar schedules at Disneyland. As always, specifics are subject to change without notice (or occasionally, without us noticing) so when information conflicts between what is presented here and that presented by Disney, it is best to assume Disney's information is correct. Visit the Park Hours section of our Disneyland Park guide for additional details about Magic Morning and Toontown Morning Madness, including available attractions. Entertainment schedule: Go directly to the Disneyland Resort schedule for this week at Disneyland.com here.

 

Comments

  1. By davidgra

    While I love the idea of a Guardians of the Galaxy attraction, I agree that rebranding the Tower of Terror would be a terrible idea. It is one of the most perfectly themed attractions at any Disney park, and there's just no way they could do something that would be anywhere near as good, theming-wise.

    If there were ever a concept for a third gate, it would be a dedicated Marvel park. It's not going to happen anytime soon (thanks to Shanghai, mainly), but it's just too expansive to be relegated to a very small corner of DCA.

  2. By DisneyGator

    A Guardian of the Galaxy Tower of Terror??? Lame. It has the perfect set up as it is. The Twilight Zone theming couldn't be better. #1, taking it down to make a Marvel ride would be completely stupid. #2, changing it to fit a Marvel theme would be even worse! I'm with David - if they want to do Marvel right, open a third gate. I'm still of the belief that's what they should've done with Star Wars Land. Star Wars could be an entire theme park, but no, no, let's shove an extra 10K people into DL.

  3. By Drince88

    If they want to bump up ridership to Tower of Terror in DCA - how about turning on the randomizer? I thought it was designed/built so that they could do that, yet they never have!

  4. By skimbob

    There is a lot of backstage area out that way to put in a Marvel expansion. If they were going to do that I would tear down TOT instead of changing it. I am not a Marvel fan so personally I would not put it in any park but it would probably make sense to put it in DCA since DL will have SWL. Toy Story Land would make more sense out that way tying it in with TSMM but DHS will already have this and we don't need a duplicate. I wouldn't expect a third gate anytime soon since Disney still has a lot of property it would have to buy to make that happen.

  5. By indyjones

    I continue to wonder why the DCA Tower of Terror is not on a randomized program yet. It was built AFTER the Florida version was already doing new, if not totally randomized things, so it has to be able to do so. They must be waiting for a "lull" in park projects when they can use it as something new to draw attendance.
    On your note about "The California version not holding a candle to the Florida version", I have to disagree. While the WOW factor of the horizontal movement in Florida is very cool, especially the first few times, I feel that entire area is wasted. They could do such cool things there yet all you see are some floating eyes and a clock. The California version tells the story much more coherently and I find I don't miss the horizontal portion at all. I DO like some of the things in the drop tower they have out in Florida and again wonder why they are not in the tower here.
    As for a Guardian's overlay it seems random and far-fetched, the ramblings of a Marvel fanboy.

  6. By candles71

    Then there was the CM telling a guest that Star Tours would become Ironman. :/

  7. By xezat

    Honestly since DCA is such a hodgepodge of stuff that's only loosely 30s Hollywood at best (which I would argue has diminished over time even more as the park revamped and replaced stuff), I can sorta see the argument for a Marvel-themed area since it's the last of their recent several-billion dollar properties that doesn't really have a home.

    That being said, despite my own dislike of the DCA Tower of Terror (which is so much inferior to the Florida version), I wouldn't replace it with Marvel-style GotG. An overlay sure, that actually might be fun to have on occasion just for something different. But permanently? Nah. Unless they're going to do away with the retro hollywood theme at DCA completely, Tower of Terror is about as close as you can get to capturing that feel imo.

    What Disney really just needs to do is put out a ton of shell corporations and start buying up land somewhere for a new park if they want one outside of WDW, if they could somehow squire up enough land out in the mid-east US, I have no doubt a park there would lure plenty of people on over; I don't see Cali as an option due to prices/taxes, Oregon/Seattle is just too rainy, and anywhere more inland is kind of barren until you hit about Illinois really. That or they still have tons of acres of unused land in Florida, that could easily host another park too (though that doesn't solve the problem of the no Marvel thing out there, I bet they wish they could just tear up that contract Marvel made in the years before Disney bought em). Make it a combined Star Wars/Marvel one or something, though that's what Hollywood Studios should just turn into by now given how most things there are shuttered.

    tldr; temporary overlay for GotG on Tower of Terror ala Nightmare Before Christmas could be fun, permanent would suck for any version.

  8. By sjhanksaz

    I hope there is no permanent ToT change to Marvel

  9. By MidwayManiac

    Like Walt Disney himself, Rod Serling is an American treasure. Serling's genius is already under appreciated as is. Removing twilight Zone from ToT sure won't help.

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