Disneyland California is the only major Disney theme park to not reopen after all the parks were closed due to the pandemic currently affecting the world.
Shanghai Disney and Hong Kong Disney were the first parks to close back in January, Tokyo Disney Resort closed in February followed in March by Disneyland Paris, Walt Disney World and Disneyland California.
All the the Disney theme parks have reopened to guests with the exception of Disneyland. So why does Disneyland still remain closed? Continue reading
Disney has reduced the price of its large soft toys by up to 50%. Bargains include fan favourites such as Olaf from Frozen 2.
The half price sale (click here) is on a selection of large plush toys, with each character being reduced from £40 to £20. For an additional £2.95 you can add personalisation to Mickey or Minnie.
Disney has released details of their UK & Ireland Early Booker promotion for Spring and Summer 2021 Stays at Walt Disney World.
The London Resort, one of the most ambitious projects in Europe, today released some of the results and feedback from its public consultation. The consultation revealed in detail how this largely brownfield, former industrial site, will be transformed into one of the most exciting destinations in the world.
The London Resort will be the first European development of its kind to be built from scratch since the opening of Disneyland Paris in 1992. It will eventually be a two-park resort – the first ‘gate’ will open in 2024 and the second within five years (2029) and it is expected that around 70% of attractions will be undercover Continue reading
Universal Orlando has released some official details for their new rollercoaster currently under construction at their Islands of Adventure theme park.
VelociCoaster Artist Impression © Universal Orlando
Opening in Summer 2021 at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Jurassic World VelociCoaster Brings to Life the Edge-of-Your-Seat Excitement of Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s Epic Film Franchise in an Extreme Roller Coaster Experience.
Florida’s fastest and tallest launch coaster – along with a pack of fierce Velociraptors – will be unleashed at Universal Orlando Resort in 2021 with the debut of Jurassic World VelociCoaster. Concepted and designed by the award-winning Universal Creative team in partnership with acclaimed filmmakers from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment, this new species of roller coaster touts a series of intense maneuvers that will send guests catapulting up to 70 mph and more than 150 feet in the air with the swiftest of prehistoric predators. Continue reading