Handbags by Dooney & Bourke have been a favorite stylish accessory for guests visiting Disney Parks for years.
This summer, iconic Disneyland park attractions make their return with the reopening of “Fantasmic!,” the Rivers of America attractions and the Disneyland Railroad. We know these classic attractions – many of which have delighted guests since the park’s opening day – are very special to Disneyland park fans, and we are excited to celebrate their return.
A few weeks ago, we shared details about the new guest rooms at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa at the Disneyland Resort. The resort is currently undergoing an exciting hotel-wide renovation—the most extensive refurbishment since the hotel’s 2001 opening. Guests have already been enjoying some of the updates—with many new guest rooms already available and the redesigned pool area now open for summer fun! Let’s take a look at some of the details found at our refreshed pool deck.
Are you eager to be in the grandstands when Lighting McQueen and company hit the racetrack again in the upcoming Disney•Pixar movie, “Cars 3”? Well, before “Cars 3” arrives in theaters in 3D on June 16, Disneyland Resort guests can thrill to the “Road to the Races” tour, making a pit stop in the Downtown Disney District on Monday and Tuesday, June 12 and 13.
Middle and High school bands as well as school choirs have always been a part of the history of Disney Parks. With Festival Disney wrapping up its 13th annual event, that tradition continues as the Disney Performing Arts program prepares to plays host to thousands of choirs, bands and orchestras at next year’s annual event.
When the iconic Disneyland Railroad and the Rivers of America attractions return to Disneyland park this summer, guests will discover new magic aboard these classic experiences. As we first shared last year, and seen in the artist’s rendering below (courtesy of Walt Disney Imagineering), the gorgeous new north bank of the Rivers of America will feature a beautiful new waterfront and an elevated trestle over which the iconic Disneyland Railroad will travel.
Last week, some lucky Disneyland park guests got more than they bargained for when they set sail aboard the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction – which recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. As their boats floated through the pirate-pillaged village, they discovered that one of them – Captain Jack Sparrow – was actually the real-life star of Disney’s iconic “Pirates of the Caribbean” films, Johnny Depp!
As you make your way down the bustling stretch of Main Street, U.S.A., at Disneyland park you’ll find the 20th Century Music Company in a charming, Victorian storefront.