Everyone loves Disneyland.
It doesn’t matter if you are a child, an adult or an old grandparent. The magical theme park was after all created for everybody. Unfortunately, a trip to these whimsical playgrounds is far from affordable. We have researched, compiled and compared the most updated prices for a general admission one-day ticket to the 5 Disneylands across the world.
Here is your reference for How Much It Costs To Visit The 5 Various Disneylands Across The World. Time to save up!
#1 DISNEYLAND PARK
Disneyland Park—located in Anaheim, California—is the only theme park in the world that was built and designed under Walt Disney’s supervision.
Opened on 17 July 1955, this Disneyland is more than half a century old! One-day general admission ticket prices differ from day to day; a value ticket start from US$95, a regular ticket starts from US$105 and a ticket during peak period starts from US$119.
#2 DISNEYLAND PARIS
A MAGIC FLEXI ticket to Disneyland Paris Theme Park is priced at €75 / US$83.65 per adult and €67 / US$74.70 per child. These tickets are flexible; they are valid for a visit in the year following the day after it has been purchased online.
Bear in mind that the tickets are not valid on the day of online purchase.
#3 DISNEYLAND SHANGHAI
A general admission (height above 1.4m and below 65 years old) ticket to the newly opened Disneyland Shanghai during regular period and peak period are ¥370 / US$55.45 and ¥499 / US$74.80 respectively.
Infants (height below 1m) enter Disneyland Shanghai for free.
#4 DISNEYLAND TOKYO
Disneyland Tokyo’s one-day passport price is inclusive of access to the park as well as its attractions entertainment onsite. Adults (ages 18 and above) have to pay ¥7,400 / US$72.85 per person, juniors (ages 12 – 17) pay ¥6,400 / US$63 per pax while children (ages 4 – 11) will pay ¥4,800 / US$47.25 each.
#5 HONG KONG DISNEYLAND
Hong Kong Disneyland’s General Admission (ages 12 – 64) is priced at HK$539 / US$69.50 per ticket. Children (ages 3 – 11) pay HK$385 / US$49.65 per pax while seniors (ages 65 and above) will pay HK$100 / US $12.90 per person.