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  • On Dec 9, 2023
    Gowthami from NC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are a family of 3 planning to visit Disneyland. Our plan is we all will to go to 2 theme parks together. Husband & kid will go to 1 theme park while I rest on one day and Kid & vice-versa. Is this possible?

    Hello there Gowthami,

    Welcome to planDisney and thanks so much for your question! I'm happy to hear that your family's trip to the Disneyland Resort is coming up in just a few short days - how exciting!

    It sounds like you're planning to visit the parks for 2 days with your family of 3. On the first day, your husband will visit with your kiddo while you stay behind, and then on the second day, you will visit with your kiddo while your husband stays behind. Am I understanding that correctly? 

    If so, you'll want to make sure that your child has a 2-day park ticket and that both you and your husband have 1-day park tickets as well as theme park reservations for each person for the day(s) that they're planning to visit. You quickly and easily make (or confirm) your theme park reservations on the My Plans hub on the Disneyland Resort website. Just hover over the blue "Theme Park Reservations" button in the top section of the page, select "Make Theme Park Reservations," and follow the prompts.

    One additional note is that 1-day park tickets follow a tiered system based on the day you're planning to use them. Essentially, the higher the tier number, the more expensive the ticket - and these higher-tiered days are usually busier than the lower-tiered days. It looks like you indicated that you'll be visiting on December 22nd, which would be eligible for a tier 4 ticket, but December 23rd will need a tier 6 ticket. If you're planning on visiting on those dates then you'll want to ensure you have the correct tickets for the dates of your visit!

    Conversely, you could also consider calling a Cast Member at the Tickets line to upgrade your tickets to 2-day tickets. When I visit with my family (we have two little ones) my wife and I will often leave the park with at least one of our kids in the afternoon for a nice, mid-day nap, so it's perfectly acceptable to pop in, and out of the park throughout the day.

    If you and your husband had 2-day tickets then you'd at least have the flexibility to rest for most of the day and then meet up together for dinner and an evening at the parks or whatever worked best with your plans for the day.

    The Disneyland Resort is such a fun place to visit with kids, and it's truly wonderful to see the joy they have when in the parks. I do hope that your family has an incredible time during your vacation! Thanks again for your question, Gowthami.

    Have a Magical Day,
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Meet the Panelist: Greg, Arizona

Hello there! Greg here from sunny Arizona. I'm a husband, dad to two kiddos under five, and an avid fan of all things Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars. I've been visiting the Disneyland Resort since I was 5 and have loved making all new magical memories as a family of 4. I enjoy helping friends get the most out of their trip to the Disneyland Resort, and I am excited to help you plan your most magical vacation ever! Learn More About Greg

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