Whether you’re riding a tram, whizzing by on the Disneyland Monorail or simply walking, navigating the Disneyland Resort is easy and fun. The Disneyland Resort area is organized so that entrances to theme parks, the Downtown Disney Shopping district, parking, and surrounding hotels are short distances apart. Regardless of whether you’re staying at a Disneyland Resort Hotel, a Good Neighbor Hotel, or coming from outside the surrounding area, you’re sure to find that getting around the Disneyland Resort is a very simple task.
Disneyland Resort parking lot trams shuttle Guests to Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park from the Mickey & Friends Parking. Trams continue to operate approximately one hour after the last theme park closes.
Complimentary bus transportation is available to and from Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure Park and the Toy Story Parking Area. Buses operate until approximately one hour after the last theme park closes.
The Downtown Disney District Monorail Station offers convenient transportation directly into the Tomorrowland area of Disneyland Park. During a scenic ride through the sky, you’ll pass over Fantasyland in Disneyland Park as well as Hollywood Land, Buena Vista Street and Grizzly Peak Airfield in Disney California Adventure Park. The Disneyland Monorail is accessible by Guests with valid admission to Disneyland Park, which must be activated before boarding, and a Disneyland Park Pass Reservation.
Thanks to the compact footprint, guests can conveniently walk between both parks, Downtown Disney, and the 3 on-site Disneyland resorts (Disneyland Hotel, Paradise Pier, and Grand Californian). The Grand Californian has an entrance directly into Disney’s California Adventure. Guests may find that many of the local Good Neighbor hotels are also within reasonable walking distance
**Many Good Neighbor Hotels also offer shuttle service. You can board a hotel shuttle or a public bus at the East Shuttle Area—located between the theme parks, near Harbor Boulevard.