Holidays and Staycations

Disneyland Paris

In partnership with Disney, the charity offers children with cancer, aged three to eighteen, and their immediate family, the opportunity of a three-day or four break at Disneyland Resort Paris. An opportunity for the whole family to sample the special magic that only Disney can make.

Accommodation will be on-site at, for example, Disney's Newport Bay Club, where rooms are in nautical blue and white and have an en-suite bathroom, telephone, television with international channels, radio, air conditioning, minibar and safe and where, they say, if you listen closely, you can hear the sea.

On arrival you will receive a complimentary welcome pack that includes information and guides about the Disneyland Paris Resort. You will also receive complimentary passes that will allow you unlimited admission to both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park for the whole family. The ill child will receive a very special "Genie Lanyard" allowing priority access to rides and attractions inside the parks.

If you wish the charity will assist with information and guidance to enable you to organise your travel arrangements and specialist travel insurance. (Appropriate travel insurance is essential in order to travel on the Disneyland Paris Experience.)

This programme is offered on a one off basis through the Citizenship Department at Disneyland Paris and is subject to availability.

To find out more about visiting Disneyland Paris, please contact the Charity, details of which are given at the bottom of the page.