Hosts Elisa Rodriguez and Quinn Roseboom bring you this week’s theme park and attraction news. On this week’s episode of The Attractions Show:[Read more…]
Holoride, a high-tech spin-off of German automobile manufacturer Audi, is introducing a new “XR” extended reality entertainment experience that combines virtual reality headsets with real-time driving data to turn a car’s backseat into a mobile theme park.[Read more…]
With today being the official one-month mark for D23 Expo 2019, Disney shared new information on Marvel experiences that fans can enjoy at the convention.[Read more…]
Disney’s Happiest Haunts Tour has returned to the Disneyland Resort, offering Halloween fans a special opportunity to explore the parks’ ghoulish seasonal decor with the help of a VIP guide.
Guests on the Disneyland Resort’s Happiest Haunts Tour learn about the history of Halloween as a whole, while also hearing tales specific to Disney and the Anaheim resort’s annual Halloween Time celebration. The tour begins at Disney California Adventure — which is hosting the new Oogie Boogie Bash — on Buena Vista Street, where the Headless Horseman is glowing in the dark, then continues to Radiator Screams where you meet Mater the Van-pire and the rest of his team. As you walk back to Disneyland park, you get your first candy treat.
At Disneyland park, your first stop is the 16-foot tall Mickey-shaped pumpkin, which makes a perfect picture location. Along Main Street, U.S.A., you’ll explore the displays of one-of-a-kind pumpkins. Next, you will be taken to the iconic Partners Statue, where each of the pumpkins represents a different land. The tour then continues from New Orleans Square to Tomorrowland.
Disney’s Happiest Haunts Tour is offered daily through October 31 in the early evening. It costs $99 per person, and lasts two and a half hours. For exact times and to book your reservation, visit Disneyland.com or call 714-781-8687, and watch this video for a preview of this year’s Halloween celebration at Disneyland:
This Friday the 13th, six Ohio couples will say “Till death do us part” in the presence of friends and fiends as Cedar Point kicks off its 23rd annual HalloWeekends haunted event with a zombie wedding.[Read more…]
The hit Broadway musical version of Disney’s Aladdin is on its way to Orlando’s Dr. Phillips Center early next year, and now is your last chance to purchase presale Priority tickets before they go on sale to the general public.[Read more…]
One of the most iconic attractions in Disney Parks history, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, is celebrating 25 years of thrills and chills.[Read more…]