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October 18, 2021
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Year Round Holiday Shop For Main Street USA

Disneyland fans who love Christmastime at the Anaheim theme park will be able to get their dose of garland, ornaments and nutcrackers 365 days a year once a new year-round holiday shop opens on Main Street U.S.A. The new Plaza Point store will take over the former Main Street Photo Supply Co. location on Disneyland 's entry promenade. Plaza Point will sell Christmas merchandise year-round with Halloween and Lunar New Year overlays along with Easter, Hanukkah, spring and fall

Attendance Bounces Back To Nearly 8 Percent Of 2019 Levels Report Says

Disneyland attendance has climbed steadily from 25% of 2019 levels when the Anaheim theme park reopened in late April after an extended coronavirus closure to nearly 85% by the end of the summer, according to a new report from a data analytics company. Disneyland saw visits rebound during the summer of 2021 and climb close to pre-pandemic 2019 levels, according to a report from, a firm that tracks foot traffic at theme parks, retailers and restaurants. Disneyland and

Disneyland Drops From 2nd To 11th In Worldwide Attendance Rankings Report Shows

Disneyland toppled from the second spot in the worldwide attendance rankings in 2019 and fell out of the global top 10 in 2020 as theme parks around the globe faced widely differing reopening restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, based on data from a new report. Global theme park attendance declined 67% at the 25 most-visited theme parks from 2019 to 2020, according to a new report from the Themed Entertainment Association and AECOM. The COVID-19 pandemic forced theme

Candlelight Processional Returning To Disneyland This Holiday Season Permits Show

Disneyland will bring back the annual Candlelight Processional that fills the Anaheim theme park each winter with seasonal songs after being forced to cancel the Christmas tradition in 2020 for the first time in decades because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to city permits. Disneyland filed a permit with Anaheim received on Tuesday, Sept. 28 for the installation of the Candlelight Processional at the Main Street U.S.A. train station, according to city records. The city permit calls for

Too Many People The Restaurant That Was Scrapped Because It Would Be Too Popular

Not everything Walt Disney dreamed up was popular with his Imagineers, the team of creators who make new Disneyland attractions. And not everything Disney wanted to make was possible to execute, like the restaurant he wanted to build for his wife, Lillian. Crump, the Imagineer who dreamed up the Museum of the Weird - a project Disney championed that was killed because other Imagineers thought it was too scary - and worked on iconic projects like the Haunted Mansion and It's a Small

It Will Not Be Easy For Disneyland To Transcend The Rigid Hierarchies Of Its Founding

Disney theme parks have made recent headlines because officials have moved to update the content and imagery of attractions, while relaxing restrictions on employees ' appearances. This is all part of the company 's broader push toward diversity and inclusion. Right-wing fans of Disney entertainment have pushed back, saying that Disney theme parks are being politicized and are surrendering to “wokeness” and “political correctness.” But such complaints ignore the ideological - and

Blue Bayou Will Soon Offer An Exclusive Dining Experience

Earlier this month, Disney announced that a special Christmas Party would finally be coming to Disneyland Resort. The hard-ticketed event is called Merriest Nites, and it will take place for 5 select nights between November and December. Merriest Nites will feature a ton of fun experiences, including six different Christmas parties, as well as specialty food, drinks, and merchandise. Now, Disney has revealed that the popular restaurant Blue Bayou will also be offering a special dining

When Will Disneyland Bring Back Fantasmic And World Of Color

The famed “kiss goodnight” that the “Fantasmic” and “World of Color” nighttime spectaculars reliably delivered on a nightly basis at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure continue to remain dark and are not expected to return until 2022. “Fantasmic” and “World of Color” went into hibernation during the 13-month coronavirus closures of the Anaheim theme parks and have shown few signs of life in the nearly five months since Disneyland and DCA reopened in late April. The

Roger Rabbit Attraction Expected To Stay Open As Disney Updates Scenes

Disney is in the process of updating Roger Rabbit 's Car Toon Spin, a popular attraction in Mickey 's ToonTown in Disneyland Park. But during the ride reimagining, will the attraction have to close for refurbishment? We have the scoop! Disney has been gradually updating several attractions at the theme parks. We saw Redd the Pirate given a fresh new story in a scene in Pirates of the Caribbean a few years ago, and we know that changes are underway for Splash Mountain, which will be

Painting Done New Orleans Square Spot Inches Closer To Opening

As the saying goes, “the only constant in life is change”, and that is true everywhere, especially at Disney Parks. Disneyland is always changing, growing, and adapting to bring the best experiences it can to Guests visiting its multiple resorts. One of those changes is happening in New Orleans Square at Disneyland and Disney is keeping Guests on their toes to figure out what is coming. Inside the Magic visited Disneyland recently and saw that major progress was being made to the work

Is Jessica Rabbit Getting A Politically Correct Makeover

Jessica Rabbit - the famous red-headed character from “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” - will be getting a new role at Roger Rabbit 's Car Toon Spin ride, according to reports. In the ride - which opened in 1994 in Mickey 's Toontown - Rabbit had been spotted in the ride 's first scene, sitting in the trunk of a car tied up. However, recent social media posts show the scene has been removed. That 's because Walt Disney Imagineering is changing Jessica Rabbit 's role on the ride, according to

Toontown Ride More Relevant With Jessica Rabbit As Central Character

Walt Disney Imagineering is rebooting another Disneyland attraction with a female lead character and revamped backstory to make it “more relevant” as the Anaheim theme park continues to update rides that have become culturally outdated. Roger Rabbit 's Car Toon Spin at Disneyland is getting a new plot twist that throws Jessica Rabbit into the lead role as a private eye determined to stamp out a Toontown crime wave. Some scenes in Roger Rabbit 's Car Toon Spin featuring

Star Wars Space Coffee Most Unusual Drink Is One Of Its All Time Best

Some people go to Disneyland because, no matter how much time passes or how many tweaks might happen to rides over the years, things will be fundamentally the same every time they return. There will always be a Disneyland Railroad blasting its whistle and always a castle, all rosy and pink, rising over Main Street. Some people go for the exact opposite reason: because no matter how many times they 've been, there will always be something new to experience in the parks. I 'm one of those

For The First Time Disneyland To Host Separate Ticket After Hours Christmas Holiday Event For 165 Dollars

For the first time in its history, Disneyland Resort will follow its sister property in Florida and host a limited capacity, separate ticket Christmas season after-hours event this winter. For $165 per person, visitors to the Disney Merriest Nites at Disneyland can enjoy a special performance of a Christmas Fantasy Parade, enjoy a new "Frozen"- themed party in Fantasyland, and revel in the holiday festivities with Mickey Mouse in a Victorian-themed party on Main Street, U.S.A.

Disneyland Removes Jessica Rabbit From Part Of Roger Rabbits Car Toon Spin

A figure of Jessica Rabbit has been pulled from part of the popular Roger Rabbit 's Car Toon Spin attraction in Disneyland's Toontown. The change was first reported by Disneyland News Today. The dark ride, based on the 1988 film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," lets riders hop into taxi cabs for a swirling trip through the movie's main plot points. Both the ride and the elaborate queue feature Jessica Rabbit, the comically curvaceous love interest, several times. The missing

15 Best Restaurants

Uninitiated park goers might think that Disneyland is all about the iconic attractions and Mickey Mouse, but true fans know that the food is half of the fun of spending a day at the "Happiest Place on Earth." Whether you're a fan of classic snacks like churros and pretzels or you prefer the new treats popping up at Avengers Campus and Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, no Disney day is complete without a trip to your favorite on-site eatery. First-time visitors might be overwhelmed with the

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