This past year has put many Disney projects on hold or behind schedule. Now that the parks are reopening around the globe, guests will get to see and experience some new magical additions! Take a look at what is coming to Disney parks in 2021 and beyond.
At the Disneyland Resort, as cast members are getting back to work to reopen the theme parks and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, Disney is getting ready for another exciting milestone: the opening of Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure park on June 4. Avengers….assemble!
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As we previously announced, Walt Disney World Resort will kick off its 50th anniversary on Oct. 1, 2021. As part of Disney’s multiyear transformation of EPCOT, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure will also debut on that day, while work continues on Harmonious and Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind – just a few of the incredible experiences coming soon!
Today, Shanghai Disney Resort started celebrating its 5th anniversary, and it has reached a major milestone with the topping out of the main attraction in the new “Zootopia” themed land.
Hong Kong Disneyland has unveiled the new Castle of Magical Dreams, part of the kickoff of its 15th anniversary celebration.
At Tokyo Disney Resort, work continues on a large-scale expansion at Tokyo DisneySea, which includes an eighth themed port with new attractions and areas based on “Frozen,” “Tangled” and “Peter Pan.”
At Disneyland Paris, Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel will open soon, with more than 300 pieces of Marvel artwork by artists from around the world. Work continues to bring more Super Heroes to Walt Disney Studios Park with Avengers Campus.
At Disney Cruise Line, Disney’s fifth ship, Disney Wish, will set sail in the summer of 2022. As a first step in Disney Cruise Line’s return to sailing, Disney recently announced a brand-new Disney Magic at Sea staycation for UK residents this summer.
Adventures by Disney announced its first-ever dedicated expedition cruises to Antarctica and the Galapagos Islands, giving guests a unique way to explore some of the world’s most fascinating ecological wonders.
All of this is just the beginning because Disney will continue to bring more innovation and magic to the next generation of experiences. You’ll also start to hear more in the months ahead about how Disney is bringing the digital, virtual and physical worlds together to create new ways to engage with guests – and to take guests and fans to places they’ve never been before.
What attraction or experience are you most looking forward to this year? If you’d like help planning your next magical Disney trip, contact me today for a free, no-obligation vacation quote!