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Disney® Park Hours
Disneyland® Park: 10 AM to 8 PM
Extra Magic Hours: 8 PM to 10 PM
Walt Disney Studios® Park: 10 AM to 6 PM
Time Difference
Pacific: +9 Hours
Mountain: +8 Hours
Central: +7 Hours
Eastern: +6 Hours

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Registration

About the Race

Kids Races

Disneyland Paris 5k

Disneyland Paris Half Marathon

Challenges

Post Race

Accommodation and Park Tickets

Transportation

Photopass

Spectators

Special Request and Dietary Needs

Most Disney® restaurants offer no-sugar-added, low-fat, low-sodium and vegetarian options (Some of these dietary needs are on demand ). Advance arrangements are not necessary for Guests with lifestyle dietary requests. Guests can discuss any dietary requests with their server upon arrival.

Food Allergies: Disneyland® Paris works with nutrition specialists to provide Guests with allergen-free meals that cover 16 food allergies.

CLICK HERE for a comprehensive list of food allergy considerations.

Breakfast at Your Hotel: All of the Disney® Hotels offer a selection of special breakfast items for some food allergy sufferers at no extra charge. Because these items are not available on the regular buffet, it is important to let a manager know about your special dietary needs so that an appropriate selection of items suited to your allergy can be offered.

Visitors with Disabilities

Disneyland® Paris offers services for people with disabilities so that everyone can live the magic of Disney.

If you have any specific questions about bookings/stays for Guests with disabilities, please notify your sales representative or visit the link below.

CLICK HERE for a comprehensive list of services.

In order to have the animal accepted in the parks and in the hotels, the guests will need to provide the following documents and follow some rules:

  • Pet Health care certificate (all vaccination should be done)
  • Document stating that the animal is an official service animal
  • The animal must be recognizable as a service animal
  • All animals must be attached on a leash or a harness

Also, the majority of attractions in the Disney Parks accept guide and assistance animals (also emotional support animal), with the exception of those in the guide with an icon. Cast Members cannot look after the guest’s guide animal. If the guest wishes to go on an attraction that is unsuitable for the animal, they will have to leave it with their care-giver.

It is recommended to bring a bowl in order that the animals can have regular drinks throughout the day.

Services in the Disney® Parks

In order to get the most of our attractions, please visit City Hall or Studio Services with your companion(s), one of whom must be an adult aged 18 years or over.

To receive a priority card, you must present your disability card or a medical certificate (see conditions on page 3 of the Accessibility Guide available on Disneyland® Paris Official website).