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Getting to Disneyland:
Transportation Tips

How do you get to Disneyland? Here are 3 ways, and lots of tips:

Disneyland Transportation Tips

1.  Drive

If you are driving to the Happiest Place on Earth, type in your start address below for driving directions to the park. The address (1313 Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92802-2398) has already been plugged in.

2.  Fly

Flying into town? If you're renting a car from the airport, plug in your airport code in the box above.

You can also hire a shuttle to take you from the airport to your hotel. From there, you can get by without a car by using the local bus system, Anaheim Resort Transit (ART). See #3.

3.  Bus (aka the "ART")

The Anaheim Resort Transit (ART) is a fantastic local bus system for getting around Anaheim and beyond. You can take ART from your hotel (or one nearby) to Disneyland and other fun destinations, restaurants and shops. ART has 62 buses that are centered around Disneyland. They recently added even more stops to places like Knott's Berry Farm and Medieval Times. See all the destinations.

  • How much is it? A 1-day pass costs $5/adults, $2 for kids 3-9, 2 and under free. (TIP: For discounted prices, buy 3 or 5-day passes.)
  • When does it run? Buses run every 20 minutes. Start and end times vary by the day but they start as early as 6:20am (!) and end as late as 12:30am on the weekends. They pretty much follow the Disneyland park schedule and will get you there by the time park opens and take you home after closing.
  • How do I buy tickets? Buy tickets online or from one of the many ART Kiosks around Anaheim. ART bus drivers do not sell ART passes but will sell you a one-way fare if you have cash (no change given).
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