Disneyland- Mainstreet Station
  • On May 23, 2022
    Mary from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Would like to plan a 2 day trip to the parks for myself and my son. I do not drive I'm deaf but he still deserves the experience. Do you have packages that include bus travel hotels and park tickets?

    Hey there, Mary! Thanks so much for stopping by planDisney with your great question! 

    I'm so excited to hear you are thinking about planning a trip to Disneyland Resort with your son! Disneyland Resort does offer packages that bundle a Disneyland Resort Hotel or Good Neighbor Hotel along with tickets, but there aren't any packages that include transportation. I am not sure where you live in California, so it's hard for me to help with specifics. There may be travel agents that could arrange a package with transportation. I'm located in San Diego, and I know a lot of people who take the train to Anaheim and there is a transit bus that will take you directly to Disneyland Resort. 

    Since you are a California resident, you may want to look into the California Resident Ticket Offer that was just announced yesterday. These are 3-day tickets, but depending on the days you are looking at they may be a better deal. They are for one park per day, but you can upgrade them to Park Hopper if you want that option.  

    Mary, as someone with a deaf parent, I wanted to look into what services Disneyland Resort had that may be helpful to you. They do have both handheld captioning and video captioning devices that can help you enjoy many attractions along with your son. The Disneyland Handheld Device for captioning is a handheld device that displays text for attractions and performances for moving attractions. You can get one of these devices from Guest Relations at either park for a flat deposit that will be returned when you return the device at the end of the day. Video captioning is available at select preshow areas of attractions, and you can ask a Cast Member at these attractions for assistance.

    There is also availability for sign language interpreters at specific live performances on certain days. At Disneyland Park, the days are Mondays and Saturdays and at Disney California Adventure Park the days are Sundays and Fridays. If you are coming on a day that doesn't have planned interpreters, you can request one if you do so at least 14 days in advance and they may be able to accommodate you. Guest Relations will have a schedule of performances that have interpreters for you for that day.

    I hope this information is helpful so you can start planning a trip to Disneyland Resort that will be equally magical for both you and your son. Please feel free to reach out to us again if you have any other questions along the way. It was a pleasure to answer your question!

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Meet the Panelist: Carrie, California

Well hello friend! I'm Carrie, a work-from-home mama and military wife who currently calls sunny San Diego home. We love that we are close enough to Disneyland Resort to make a last-minute trip to see the Mouse quite frequently. You'll find us in the parks braving drops and coasters to work up our appetite to take as many snack breaks as we can fit in! I love helping my friends plan memorable trips to Disneyland Resort and can't wait to help you too! Learn More About Carrie

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