Guests with tickets to visit Shanghai Disneyland on July 25 and/or July 26, 2021 may choose to visit the park on any other day within the next six months (by January 25, 2022 inclusive with respect to park tickets for July 25, 2021; and by January 26, 2022 inclusive with respect to park tickets for July 26, 2021). Your tickets can be redeemed at the park entrance turnstiles with the original Government Identity Card or Travel Document that was used to purchase your tickets for July 25 and/or July 26, 2021 on the day of your next visit, and reservation will not be required*.
If you cannot visit the park in the next six months, you can obtain a refund. For guests who have purchased their tickets through the Shanghai Disney Resort Official Website, App, WeChat Account or the Resort Reservation Center, you can contact the Shanghai Disney Resort Reservation Center on: 400-180-0000 (Chinese Mainland) or +86-21-3158-0000 (Other Countries/Regions) or via email at shdr.yuding@disney.com to request a refund. You will obtain the refund through the original purchase channel within 45 working days. For guests who have purchased tickets through other official channels, please contact the original ticket purchase channel to request a refund.

*In accordance with existing Shanghai Disneyland attendance management policies, if a date is forecast to be a ‘high attendance day’ based on government guidelines on maximum capacity and should require such action, Shanghai Disneyland reserves the right to block out all guests holding General Admission tickets, including guests extending their tickets due to Typhoon In-Fa, on that date. Communications will be made accordingly in a timely manner.
For Park Tickets for July 25-26, 2021 - August 05, 2021
Guests with tickets to visit Shanghai Disneyland on July 25 and/or July 26, 2021 may choose to visit the park on any other day within the next six months (by January 25, 2022 inclusive with respect to park tickets for July 25, 2021; and by January 26, 2022 inclusive with respect to park tickets for July 26, 2021). Your tickets can be redeemed at the park entrance turnstiles with the original Government Identity Card or Travel Document that was used to purchase your tickets for July 25 and/or July 26, 2021 on the day of your next visit, and reservation will not be required*.
If you cannot visit the park in the next six months, you can obtain a refund. For guests who have purchased their tickets through the Shanghai Disney Resort Official Website, App, WeChat Account or the Resort Reservation Center, you can contact the Shanghai Disney Resort Reservation Center on: 400-180-0000 (Chinese Mainland) or +86-21-3158-0000 (Other Countries/Regions) or via email at shdr.yuding@disney.com to request a refund. You will obtain the refund through the original purchase channel within 45 working days. For guests who have purchased tickets through other official channels, please contact the original ticket purchase channel to request a refund.

*In accordance with existing Shanghai Disneyland attendance management policies, if a date is forecast to be a ‘high attendance day’ based on government guidelines on maximum capacity and should require such action, Shanghai Disneyland reserves the right to block out all guests holding General Admission tickets, including guests extending their tickets due to Typhoon In-Fa, on that date. Communications will be made accordingly in a timely manner.
Pricing Rate Adjustment for Shanghai Disneyland Admission Effective January 9, 2022. See details
Welcome to Shanghai Disney Resort Official Website! Our Privacy Policy has been updated. Please read it carefully.

Shanghai Disneyland Transitioned to a New Reservation Phase Starting August 24, 2020
Shanghai Disney Resort is currently in a reservation phase that requires all guests, including Shanghai Disneyland Annual Pass holders and infants under 3 years old or under 1.0 meter in height, to make a reservation by submitting their visitation date and personal information to obtain a Shanghai Disneyland Reservation QR Code prior to their arrival at the park’s Main Entrance (Please note, Crystal Annual Pass holders must make a reservation in accordance with the Crystal Annual Pass Reservation Rules and Procedures). Click here for more details.
Shanghai Disney Resort is operating normally with enhanced health and safety measures in place. However, if you have purchased a dated ticket or have booked a room at one of the resort hotels, and your plans have changed due to the latest COVID-19 situation, please contact your original ticket purchase channel to arrange ticket changes or refund, or send your enquiries via email to shdr.yuding@disney.com or shdr.yuding07@disney.com, and you will be contacted by a representative from the resort to provide necessary support.
Public Notice - August 05, 2021
Pricing Rate Adjustment for Shanghai Disneyland Admission Effective January 9, 2022. See details
Welcome to Shanghai Disney Resort Official Website! Our Privacy Policy has been updated. Please read it carefully.

Shanghai Disneyland Transitioned to a New Reservation Phase Starting August 24, 2020
Shanghai Disney Resort is currently in a reservation phase that requires all guests, including Shanghai Disneyland Annual Pass holders and infants under 3 years old or under 1.0 meter in height, to make a reservation by submitting their visitation date and personal information to obtain a Shanghai Disneyland Reservation QR Code prior to their arrival at the park’s Main Entrance (Please note, Crystal Annual Pass holders must make a reservation in accordance with the Crystal Annual Pass Reservation Rules and Procedures). Click here for more details.
Shanghai Disney Resort is operating normally with enhanced health and safety measures in place. However, if you have purchased a dated ticket or have booked a room at one of the resort hotels, and your plans have changed due to the latest COVID-19 situation, please contact your original ticket purchase channel to arrange ticket changes or refund, or send your enquiries via email to shdr.yuding@disney.com or shdr.yuding07@disney.com, and you will be contacted by a representative from the resort to provide necessary support.

Selfie Spot with Jack Sparrow at the Sparrow’s Nest

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Shanghai Disneyland

Treasure Cove

Valid Park Admission Required

Age Interest

All Ages

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Accessibility

  • May Remain in Wheelchair

Interests

Outdoor Entertainment

Dare to become a pirate in this port town overflowing with notorious Caribbean pirates, and be sure to say “Ahoy Matey” if you run into the one-and-only Captain Jack Sparrow!

(Selfie Spots with Disney Characters are currently in trial operations. Please follow onsite Cast Members’ instructions during this experience. To provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all guests, the use of selfie sticks is not allowed in Shanghai Disneyland.)

*Characters appear occasionally throughout the day.

Encounter Pirates & Seadogs

Catch a glimpse of Captain Jack Sparrow—a captain who can always be trusted to not be trusted. You’ll come across him and his rowdy crew of scoundrels at this action-filled pirate haven overflowing with fun adventures and blood-curdling danger.

Captain Jack Sparrow is the cleverest pirate in the Caribbean, but also an honest man. He sails his ship, The Black Pearl, seeking treasure. Jack loves the freedom his ship gives him and is always looking for what lies beyond the horizon.

History of Pirates of the Caribbean

Follow the successful path Pirates of the Caribbean has taken since it was introduced to the public in 1967.

Walt Disney and his Imagineers—a team specializing in imaginative engineering—decided to turn an idea they had for a pirate wax museum into an attraction using their latest innovation called Audio-Animatronics technology. So, on April 19, 1967, Pirates of the Caribbean opened in New Orleans Square at Disneyland Park in California. It was the last attraction that Walt oversaw being created, and unfortunately he didn’t live long enough to see its completion. But he would have been proud and amazed by its extraordinary success.

Pirates of the Caribbean—featuring multiple Audio-Animatronic pirates, animals and birds—was immediately popular. So, a slightly modified take was created for Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, which opened on December 15, 1973. Again, public demand grew. Versions of it soon opened at Tokyo Disneyland in 1983 and Disneyland Paris in 1992.

Next, in 2003, a blockbuster film franchise was born with the release of the first Pirates of the Caribbean film—starring Johnny Depp in the role of Captain Jack Sparrow! Three other films soon followed, with a fifth film set for release in 2017.

And now at last, Guests can experience an entire land devoted to pirates at Shanghai Disneyland—the first pirate-themed land in a Disney Resort anywhere in the world!

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