Calling all Disneyland fans! The time has come, and beginning tomorrow, October 15, you’ll again be able to board the monorail and whoosh off to your next destination!
The classic monorail system is reopening to Guests as a part of the phased reopening of the Happiest Place on Earth and will return to daily operation beginning tomorrow morning.
The Disneyland Monorail has been a staple in the park for more than 60 years, as it first debuted in 1959. At that time, the Disneyland Monorail was the only daily operating monorail in the entire western hemisphere!
If you’re new to Disneyland, or if you’ve never ridden aboard the monorail, there are a couple of things to know. First, there are two different spots where Guests can board the monorail. There is a monorail station at the Downtown Disney District, and there is another in Tomorrowland. If you’re a Guest staying at one of Disneyland’s three hotels, you can use the monorail for transportation to and from Disneyland Park without having to access the main entrance and stand in line to be admitted.
Just be sure you have your valid ticket and your theme park reservation ready to show, as this will ensure you are granted entrance into the park from the monorail. This is important even if you board at Downtown Disney to head into the park.
Heading to Disneyland soon? If you need details about the Disneyland Monorail service, you’ll want to access the Disneyland app, or you can visit Disneyland.com. It’s important to note that for this attraction, you will need to don a face covering, as the monorail is an enclosed vehicle.
Still need more info about updates during the phased reopening of Disneyland? You can visit Disneyland.com/updates to get the latest news and information regarding the reopening, Disneyland’s response to the pandemic, and ways Disneyland is improving safety and working to protect Guests during this unprecedented time.