Fireworks are back to Disneyland, and this is the right time to go there with your family and friends.
Like other theme parks, California theme parks had to sit out in 2020 due to COVID-19 closures. People were missing everything on Independence Day, especially fireworks. The good news is that the big players are back in a big way this 4th of July.
Celebrate Independence Day at Disneyland
Disneyland is one of those theme parks where you can celebrate Independence Day with patriotic music, fireworks spectaculars, and American food. The festivities at Universal Studios Hollywood, Disneyland, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Knott’s Berry Farm, Legoland California, SeaWorld San Diego, California’s Great America, and Six Flags the Discovery Kingdom include the price of admission.
To enter Disneyland, you and your family need valid tickets and a theme park reservation for the same day. The State of California says that guests should be vaccinated. If you are unvaccinated, you will be required to wear a face mask.
The Types of Tickets You Can Buy
If you have made your mind to visit Disneyland this Independence Day, you can buy two types of tickets, depending on how you want to enjoy the park and fireworks. The first one is 1 Park Per Day Ticket. This will allow you to spend the day in either Disney California Adventure Park or Disneyland Park. The second one is named Park Hopper Ticket. If you buy this type of ticket, you will be allowed to spend time in both parks. In fact, you can move between the parks on the same day with your family.
As far as I know, the cost of a 1-day ticket depends on the day you visit. On average, you will spend $235 to $415 for an adult and $220 to $395 for a kid.
Lots of Entertainment at Disneyland
Disneyland will salute the stars and stripes on the 4th of July with a fireworks show set to the sound of patriotic music. It will bring back fireworks this summer and there will be celebrations after the nighttime shows.
I am excited to go there because Mickey’s Mix Magic will be presented at Disneyland beginning on July 4 with video projections, fireworks, lasers, and colorful lighting on the facades of Main Street U.S.A., It’s a Small World and Sleeping Beauty Castle.
You will be glad to know that Disneyland has decided to extend the hours to 10 p.m. Fireworks shows will hit the skies above Sleeping Beauty Castle from 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.