ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA — Disney fans can once again enjoy a day at the California Disney theme parks.
Following on from previous announcements, Disneyland Resort on Wednesday announced a new exclusive ticket, limited-time food and beverage event called “A Touch of Disney at Disney California Adventure.”
It will be the first time Disney has reopened one of its Anaheim theme parks since the coronavirus pandemic began last March.Disney’s flagship Disneyland remains closed. Walt Disney World in Florida is open to limited capacity.
Disney will reopen all of Disney California Adventure Sands The Ride for a limited number of visitors beginning March 18 from noon to 8 p.m. Subject to health and other safety measures. increase.
Event tickets cost $75 for visitors ages 3 and up. Ticket price includes parking, admission to Disney California Adventure, unlimited photos, and a $25 dining card for food and non-alcoholic beverage purchases.
The event will feature snack-sized portions of famous food and drink from around the Disneyland Resort, including hotels and theme parks.
Fans can eat pineapple doll whip, Monte Cristo sandwiches, sweet and spicy chicken wings from Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar at the Disneyland Hotel, and of course Lamplight’s lobster nachos. Disney California Adventure lounge.
Visitors also walk around listening to a specially curated soundtrack, waving and taking pictures with Mickey and the gang (social distance style).
Tickets for the event go on sale March 4th at Disneyland.com. Only a limited number of tickets can be purchased per day. According to the news release, tickets will be released sequentially until the experience ends.
Tickets must be purchased online with a pre-selected date. Disney does not sell tickets on site.
The event comes at a time when large theme parks such as Disneyland remain closed due to state mandates to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
State orders prevent Disney and other large theme park operators from fully reopening theme parks until their own counties reach the yellow tier. We’ve found ways to get around the ban, like holding events, opening up playgrounds and themed lands, and hosting drive-thru experiences.
Disney opened Buena Vista Street at Disney California Adventure as an extension of Downtown Disney. But that experience ends on March 14th.