MagicBand+ Coming the California's Disneyland Resort
The MagicBand+ is finally coming to the West Coast. Disney has announced that starting this fall patrons will be able to purchase and use MagicBand+ at California parks.The MagicBand+ was already available for us at the Florida theme parks. The updated wearable bracelet-like contraption became available on the East Coast over the summer. The MagicBand+ is touted as having several smart features which include led lights, haptic vibrations, and gesture recognition. The band is also said to come to life during certain theme park events. The rechargeable band will be pairable with smart phones. Most importantly, perhaps, the band will connect wearers to theme park tickets, photo pass information, and their lightning lane passes. Doing away with the need for other types of tickets, like plastic cards. The hope is that the band will provide the user with a more immersive and convenient theme park experience. #Disneyland
Captain America Spots Peggy Carter at Disneyland
Disney normally frowns on adults who wear costumes to their theme parks, lest they be confused for official cast members. But that didn't happen to cosplayer marvel.mermaid! For a trip to Disneyland in California, she dressed up as Peggy Carter, a prominent military scientist during World War II who fell in love with super soldier Steve Rogers, also known as Captain America.
Disney Parks, Resorts, and Cruises in the United States to Bring Back Meet-and-Greet of Characters
As early as April 18,character greetings will return to Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts, as well as aboard Disney Cruise Line. Very soon, guests will once again be able to hug Mickey Mouse, get an autograph from Mulan, and share a laugh with Goofy. Following two years of strict health and safety protocols, declining cases and refined guidance have provided opportunities to bring back some of the much missed activities, like character greetings and dining experiences. The reopening will be enacted in phases throughout the spring and early summer.This milestone continues the recent, powerful momentum of returning entertainment across the Disney parks and resorts. Disney parks have welcomed back shows such as “Mickey’s Magical Friendship Faire” and “Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular,” along with the Disney “Festival of Fantasy” Parade and new experiences like “Disney Adventure Friends Cavalcade”, with many others to come.#Disney #Disneyland #cruise
Mistakes Parents Make at Disney Resorts
A trip to Disneyland or Disney World is a once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimage for many families with young children. You want to give them a good time and memories that will last forever. But sometimes parents leave children with a sour taste in their mouths when they remember that family trip. Abelina Sabrina was a cast member for Disney, which means she worked at a Disney theme park. Here she cautions parents about things she's seen that can ruin those memories. Sabrina's stories range from clear cases of abuse to tips you'll want to remember for your own trip.There's a one-minute skippable ad in the middle.
Mickey's Toon Town, at Disneyland in California, is Scheduled to be Transformed in 2023
Despite the challenging times that we all have been experiencing lately, Josh D'Amaro, the Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products, announced that there is still magic. This is because, in early 2023, we are all invited to witness the enchanting reimagining of Mickey's Toontown in Disneyland park. Their new attraction, Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway also welcomes us with magic and excitement.Disneyland park wants to cater to a variety of ages, hence they are focused on building new play experiences, a symphony of sights, sounds, and sensations, and open grassy play spaces which can be enjoyed by both children and adults. They continue to prove that it is possible to combine art, nature, and technology with grand imagination and a little bit of magic.Image credit: Disney Parks Blog#Disney #Disneypark #Disneyland #Mickey #Toontown
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