Shanghai Disneyland celebrates fourth anniversary
Four years ago today, Shanghai Disneyland opened to guests—and just over one month ago, the park reopened after being closed due to COVID-19.
Over the past three months, guests have returned to Disneytown and capacity is being gradually increased throughout the resort. There has also been a steady increase in guests staying at Shanghai Disneyland Hotel, and Toy Story Hotel has reopened as well.
Inside Shanghai Disneyland, the park’s theater shows have returned—”Eye of the Storm: Captain Jack’s Stunt Spectacular” and “Frozen: A Sing-Along Celebration.” In addition, a colorful new seasonal show called “Disney Color-Fest” has opened.
While guests are remembering and experiencing everything they love all over again, new experiences are also offering new things to love, like the new store, Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Trading Post in Adventure Isle. A new Friend of Duffy has also made his debut at the park—‘Olu Mel!
June also marks Donald Duck’s birthday, and to celebrate, everyone’s favorite duck is taking over the resort with staycation and birthday offerings, new merchandise, food and beverages and more.
To learn more about Shanghai Disney Resort, visit ShanghaiDisneyResort.com/en. Check out our YouTube playlist of all our videos from the Disney Park here.