Includes Must-Visit California Theme Parks
- Disneyland Park and Disneyland California Adventure.
- SeaWorld San Diego.
- LEGOLAND California.
- San Diego Zoo or San Diego Zoo Safari Park (with an optional add-on)
- SeaWorld San Diego.
Also know, are Disneyland and California Adventure connected?
Where is Disney California Adventure Park located in relation to Disneyland Park? A. Disney California Adventure Park is within short walking distance to Disneyland Park. The Main Entrances for both Disney California Adventure Park and Disneyland Park face each other.
Keeping this in view, can you do both Disneyland parks in 1 day?
Yes. It is possible to visit both Disneyland Resort theme parks in one day using either a Park Hopper Ticket or Magic Key pass. A Park Hopper Ticket allows Guests to visit more than one park per day.
Can you go to multiple Disney parks in one day?
You can now visit more than one park each day! However, you are not required to make an additional Park Pass reservation to visit a second (or third) park. You just need a valid Park Hopper ticket. So go ahead and make your Park Pass reservation for EPCOT on your desired day.
With a Park Hopper ticket, you’ll be able to visit the other park after 1 PM. And if you wish, you’re welcome to hop back and forth throughout the day, Darrell. Simply present your ticket barcode for a Cast Member to scan at the entry turnstile, and then you’ll be on your way to enjoy the park!
The answer is yes. If your starting park is Disneyland Park, for example, and you hop to Disney California Adventure after 1pm, you may go back to the Disneyland any time after.
Universal Studios Hollywood: General Admission ranges from $105-$116, depending on the day. Disneyland: General Admission ranges from $97-$124, depending on the day.
Cons: Prices vary on how much traffic you hit and what the current demand is like. Without traffic, the cost of Uber from Disneyland to Universal Studios last I checked starts around $90 each way for UberX and go up from there.
Hoppers definitely give you more flexibility. I would definitely do Park Hoppers also – gives you much more freedom and flexibility to spend your time where you really want to spend it. I’ve been to Disneyland several times with my family and having the Park Hopper Pass was definitely worth it.
Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando offer free shuttle services between their resorts and affiliated theme parks, but you may have to transfer from one to the other. Usually, routes run every 20 to 30 minutes, departing from the entrance of every Disney and Universal property.
A day at Disneyland (and Disney California Adventure) is actually slightly cheaper than Universal Studios Hollywood, the most expensive theme park when you factor in tickets, parking, food and hotel.