Category Archives: Disneyland
Weâ€™ve talked about some of the new, exciting attractions and experiences coming to Disneyâ€™s California Adventure park here on the Disney Parks Blog. There are so many fun changes ahead â€“ how can you keep track? Hereâ€™s a 4-minute video to get you started and to help give you an overview. As youâ€™ll see, these changes are bringing more Disney into the park and will give you even more to do. Weâ€™ll be posting many videos in the coming months to keep you in the loop, and you can always check www.DisneysCaliforniaAdventure.com if youâ€™re looking for more information about a specific attraction you see in the video below.
Picture from travelerfolio.com
Today we have an update. â€œHoney, I Shrunk the Audience,â€ the show currently in Tomorrowland, will close January 4 so work can begin in the theater to prepare for the Captainâ€™s return.
Check back on the Disney Parks Blog for additional updates.
Some great footage from CoolDisneylandvideos
For more information check out one of my favorite websites Yesterland. They have some great classic Disney photos, and the most comprehensive coverage of Rocket Rods and every other classic Disney ride and attraction.
A new Express Ticket Purchase entrance turnstile has opened at Disneyland, allowing guests to purchase theme park tickets right at the gate and avoid making an additional stop at the ticket booths.
Visitors simply swipe their credit card and get a ticket printed out for them at the gate.
Tickets available at the Express Ticket Purchase line are the one-day Disneyland ticket for adults ($72), children ($62) and seniors; the one-day Park Hopper ticket for adults ($97) and children ($87); and the two-day Park Hopper ticket for adults ($151) and children ($131).
â€œWe began testing this new service during the holiday season, and the feedback from guests has been very positive,â€ said Disneyland Resort spokeswomen Betsy Sanchez. â€œWeâ€™re going to evaluate it at the end of the test and see how it works for our future plans.â€