Disney’s latest Disneyland Resort expansion will be themed around the Disney brand and its famous characters, and the theme park will be called Disneys Disney-inspired.
The theme park, the company announced on Thursday, will open this summer in Anaheim, California, with more than 300 attractions set to be added by the end of 2019.
“We are incredibly excited to launch Disney-Inspired at Disneyland Resort this summer,” said Mark Di Stefano, Disney’s chief operating officer, in a statement.
“Our guests will be the first to experience the world-class attraction, park and world-renowned characters of the Disney Company, and this is truly an unprecedented opportunity to make Disneyland Resort a Disneyland Resort for everyone.”
Guests will get the chance to take part in a themed ride for free at Disneys new park.
A park-themed ride will be a new attraction at the Disneyland Resort, but Di Stefanao said it will be similar to the attraction the park currently offers in the form of the “Disney-inspired” ride.
The ride, which will take guests on a “Disney Inspired” journey through Disney Land, will include the famous “Mickey Mouse” and “Cinderella” characters, along with a selection of new rides.
The attraction will also have a collection of Disney characters, including “Minnie Mouse” from “Frozen,” “Snow White” from the “Fantasmic!” film, and “Pinky and the Brain” from Toy Story.
The Disney-themed park will debut this summer.
Disney said that the park will include rides from Disney Studios, Disney Imagineering, Pixar Animation Studios, and Disney Imagineer Studios.
The park’s new park will feature Disney attractions, including a brand-new attraction called “Maggie Mouse & Friends,” which will be based on the classic cartoon show “Faggots and Lovers,” and new attractions such as a “Microwave Magic” ride, a “Big Thunder Mountain Railroad” ride and an attraction inspired by the “Muppet Show” called “The Magical Parade.”
Guests who stay at Disney’s new “Disney Inspired” park will also be able to enjoy exclusive dining options at Disney Restaurants in California, and they’ll be able watch Disney movies and TV shows in the new “Dining with Mickey” restaurant, Di Stefanios said.
“Disney is the most valuable company in the world.
It is our goal to be the best place to work in the country,” he added.
“The Disney Inspired Resort will bring Disney to millions of families worldwide, including Disney World and Disney Vacation Club members.”
Disneyland Resort and California Adventure Resort will also offer the same Disney theme park experience as well as “a variety of other experiences” including a “special movie night” at Disneyland’s Main Street Theater and “movie night” experiences at Disney Springs and Disneyland Villas.
Disney is working on “multiple new rides” at the park, including new rides that will feature rides from the theme parks and Disney theme parks.
Guests can register for these rides by visiting Disney.com/disneypark or calling 1-877-DISNEY-RIDES.
The new ride will take fans to the park and will be part of the attraction’s “Dancing With the Stars” theme park attraction.
It will be “a brand-first, Pixar-inspired, Disney-focused ride” that will debut in 2019.
It includes characters from the popular Pixar animation film “Finding Nemo,” “Aladdin,” and “Monsters University.”
Di Stefannaos said that guests will get to experience “a wide variety of exciting, thrilling, fun, and interactive experiences” during the ride, including, “a world premiere of ‘Mickey & Friends’ on the Disneyland Railroad,” a “dancing performance of ‘The Magical Parlor'” by Disney Villas and a “walk through” of the park.
The Mickey & Friends ride will feature an updated version of the famous Mickey Mouse ride that features Mickey and friends dancing on a train.
Disney’s “Mickeys” ride has been a staple at Disneyland for years, and guests have enjoyed it on the new ride for years.
Disney debuted “Michelangelo’s Star Gate” attraction in 2015, and it has been featured in “Finding Dory” and in “Toy Story” and other Disney attractions.
“Michella’s” attraction debuted in 2017, and has been the park’s signature attraction ever since.
Disney will continue to feature the attraction at Disneyland, and Di Stefannos said the new park and the “Michelin’s Star” attraction will both have the attraction.
“This is the ultimate Disneyland Resort experience for our guests, who will enjoy the new Mickey &Friends ride at the Walt Disney World Resort,” he said.