The Disney company dominates the world of movies right now, which it has done for many years with its incredible animated features. Even though cinema is Disney's prime business, the theme parks are also a huge part of its brand.
Found all around the world, Disney theme parks are some of the most visited every year with each one having their own unique charm, rides, and themed lands, many people make it their goal to visit every single one.
For those looking to do just that, or someone deciding to choose one, the cost is going to become a big factor. Within this list, we will rank every Disney theme park by how expensive they are to visit.
10 Tokyo Disneyland/DisneySea
The two cheapest Disney theme parks to visit can be found in Tokyo, Japan, with day tickets to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea costing $68 for a one day ticket to each park.
Of course, there are two theme parks here though and anyone visiting Tokyo would likely want to attend both of them, which would increase the cost, but just choosing one would keep things at a reasonable price.
Tokyo DisneySea is considered by many to be the most beautiful theme park in the Disney company, with the popular Journey To The Center Of The Earth ride being one of the very best in the world.
9 Hong Kong Disneyland
To find the second cheapest Disney theme park you have to travel to Hong Kong Disneyland, where the day admission will set you back just $75. Furthermore, this is a pretty different park from many of the others.
With the rolling hills in the background, the views inside this theme park are absolutely stunning, although they aren't the main reasons people tend to visit. Thankfully, the rides inside the park are also a whole lot of fun.
Hong Kong Disneyland is home to some fantastic Marvel additions, with rides based upon both Iron Man and Ant-Man & The Wasp, making it a must-visit park for fans of the MCU.
8 Shanghai Disneyland
Shanghai Disneyland is the newest theme park on this list, and it is an incredible one that costs $80 for a one-day entry pass during high season, allowing visitors to experience all of the incredible offerings inside.
With the largest and most detailed castle ever made and some superb themed areas, this park is beautiful. However, it also offers some fantastic unique attractions that cannot be found at any other Disney park, making this a resort many fans are desperate to visit.
Whether it is the thrilling TRON or the Roaring Rapids, there are plenty of standout attractions here, while the park still has the classic Disney charm that you would expect to see.
7 Disneyland Paris/Walt Disney Studios Park (Paris)
The only Disney theme parks in Europe can be located in Paris, France, with Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios Park costing $96 per day (separately) to visit, with each park being very different.
Walt Disney Studios Park is one that might not be worth that price right now, as Disney is currently expanding the park, which means there are only limited offerings at the moment.
However, Disneyland Paris is a beautiful park with some fantastic areas that are well worth a visit. From the dragon under the castle to the intense version of Space Mountain, this French park is a treat for everyone.
6 Animal Kingdom (Orlando)
There is a reason that Orlando is classed as Walt Disney World, with four theme parks, two water parks, and Disney Springs' huge shopping and dining area, there really is something for everyone.
One of the theme parks in Orlando is the Animal Kingdom, which combines animals with thrills in what is one of the best theme parks in the world and is home to one of the most expensive rides ever built in Expedition Everest.
The Animal Kingdom allows guests to go on a real-life safari, travel back to the age of the dinosaur and enter the world of Pandora, where mountains float above your head and you can ride on the back of a Banshee, all for the price of $114 on a day pass.
5 Hollywood Studios (Orlando)
Hollywood Studios has often been considered the worst of the four parks in Walt Disney World, however, the company has invested considerably with two massive expansions.
The theme park has just added a dedicated to land to Toy Story and Star Wars, which allows guests to actually fly the Millennium Falcon, while the park is also home to the famous Tower of Terror and the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster.
This is very much a thrill based theme park, costing $114 for a day pass and it is worth every dollar, especially for the evening show, Fantasmic, that will leave guests stunned and amazed as they journey through Mickey Mouse's dreams and nightmares.
4 EPCOT (Orlando)
Much like the other parks in Walt Disney World (that aren't the Magic Kingdom), EPCOT costs $114 to visit for the day and is a stunning park that is unlike anything else in the world.
While there are plenty of rides, this park is really about learning, with a whole section called World Showcase allowing guests to travel the world and experience different countries in a unique way.
EPCOT is also often home to different festivals, which is why it is ranked higher than the previous theme parks, as these can often get very expensive with different food and drink options being widely available.
3 California Adventure (California)
While the three extra theme parks in Walt Disney World all cost $114, the second gate in California is actually slightly more expensive, with a day ticket to California Adventure setting a visitor back $117.
The park is an incredible one that is packed with fantastic thrills, including the Guardians Of The Galaxy ride and the Incredibles' rollercoaster, while there is also the incredibly detailed Cars Land.
This park is one that enthusiasts love visiting, with some of the greatest rides that Disney has ever created being located here, making it more than worth the price of admission.
2 Magic Kingdom (Orlando)
The Magic Kingdom in Orlando is the most visited theme park on Earth, with this being the place that most people think of when they talk about the Happiest Place On Earth.
With several different themed lands all surrounding the iconic Cinderella's Castle, the Magic Kingdom really has something for everyone. Whether it is the thrill of Big Thunder Mountain or the charming joy of a trip on the Jungle Cruise.
A single-day ticket to the park costs $124 on peak days, especially in the summertime, but it is certainly worth the cost as very few people will leave this park without having an amazing day.
1 Disneyland (California)
When it comes to the most expensive Disney theme park, you have to look to the original in California, which was the only theme park that Walt Disney himself actually got to see completed.
Disneyland was Walt's dream, bringing the young and the young at heart together with a very family-friendly feel that has created some iconic rides such as Space Mountain or It's A Small World.
A day ticket to Disneyland costs $124 on a peak day, which is the same as the Magic Kingdom in Orlando. Although this park is far smaller in size, it more than makes up for that by jam-packing tons of rides inside.