Admission fees and opening hours
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Children aged 311 pay the reduced tariff shown above, while under-3s go free.
Ticket passes, known as "passports", can be purchased in advance highly recommended in order to avoid long queues at the park itself at the Paris Tourist Office and at all Disney shops, or you can buy admission passes and train tickets in Paris at all RER line A and B stations and in major métro stations. You can also buy tickets online at www.disneylandparis.com.
The one-day pass allows you to visit either the main Disneyland Park or the Walt Disney Studios Park. You can't swap between both areas, but if you choose the Walt Disney Studio, you're entitled to move on to the Disneyland Park section (which stays open later) after the Studios close in the evening. Otherwise, you can come and go during the day your wrist is stamped with invisible ink when you leave the park, allowing you to return. If you buy the three-day pass you can move freely between both park areas, and you don't have to use the ticket on three consecutive days.
Opening hours vary depending on the season and whether it's a weekend, but they are roughly: low season daily 10am to 8pm; high season daily 9am to 11pm. Check when you buy your ticket.
Special accommodation and entry packages are available in advance. For details go online or call 00 188.8.131.52.60.81 from the US, tel 0870/606 6800 in the UK, and tel 01.60.30.60.53 in France, or from other countries.
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