Today is the 18th Anniversary of Disney California Adventure so we figured we'd update our look at one of the more interesting and different parks in the Disney family. We've added more updated pics and videos for you all to enjoy!!
We'll start our look at one of the AP Preview days they held before the park was open, aka, one of the very few days the park was busy during it's first few years.
You've come a long-long way baby.
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We hope you enjoyed this look back at Disney California Adventure. We'll be adding more pics and videos through the years!!
It's time for another update from Walt Disney World where there seems to be a major project going on at every park. Well, 3 out of 4. =)
Today we're taking a look at Disney's Hollywood Studios as they are beginning the celebration of their 30th year. This update features a look at Star Wars Land and the all new Incredibles area.
Written by Renée Girard
It’s a good day when you snag a Slinky Dog Dash FP when you wake up. Still bringing in the crowds with a 110 minute wait.
A peek at the current Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge construction.
The 30th anniversary banners for Disney’s Hollywood Studios are appearing throughout the park.
I’m pretty psyched that Num Num Cookie has made its way to the east coast.
The new Incredibles area has made good use of the former Pixar Place at DHS.
The Edna Mode experience and Super Shindig are some of the great character interactions you can find at the Incredible Celebration.
The news reporter and other actors appearing as citizens of the city of Municiberg are very entertaining.
The artwork along the walls for An Incredible Celebration are definitely appealing to those looking for those Instagram-worthy photos.
Always awesome to see the March of the First Order along the streets of DHS.
It's January, so that means that the new prices are out for Disneyland.
And they've gone up ... A LOT.
The most telling thing to us that the park is actively trying to reduce the amount of "daily" or "weekly" visitors is the fact that there is no longer any add-on parking available for new passes, only for renewals.
This means that if you don't already have parking, you will have to pay $25 to park every time you visit the park.
We'll share some more thoughts on this later in the day.
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