The Walt Disney World Resort is hosting its second annual Journey to Disneyland theme park on Friday, November 18, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., according to a press release from the resort.
The park will include rides and attractions that have not been seen before, including a fully themed ride experience at the Disneyland Hotel.
The attraction will include a “virtual reality” experience at Disney California Adventure Park, a “real world” ride experience in Tomorrowland, a ride at the Anaheim Airport and more.
The Disneyland Resort will also host a “Disneyland Resort Insider Party,” featuring a “live stream” of guests, the press release stated.
Guests will be able to “see the latest news, photos and videos of Disneyland Resort events, meet guests and learn more about Disneyland Resort, including plans and attractions to be added as part of the new Disneyland Resort Insider Program.”
Disneyland will be offering guests a limited edition version of its Journey to Tomorrowland ride, with an exclusive limited edition Journey to Adventure coaster.
A “limited edition” Journey to Adventures coaster will be available at a special price of $2,000 for a limited time, according to the release.
“The Journey to the Magic Kingdom has always been a special experience for guests, so we are very excited to add this brand-new experience to the Disneyland Resort,” Walt Disney Imagineering President Tom Werner said in the release for the Disneyland Experience.
“It’s an experience that we’ve been working on for many years, and we’re excited to bring it to life in a way that you can only get at Disneyland Resort.”
“The journey to Disneyland Resort is the most magical experience that Disney World has to offer,” Disneyland Resort CEO Bob Chapek said in a statement.
“We have the best experience in the world and we have so much more to come.”
The Disneyland Journey to Disney Resort will be live streamed and will be a part of a special “Disneylands Insider Party” on Friday.
Guests can register at Disneyland.com/insiderparty to get started.
Tickets for the Journey to Magic Kingdom will be $8 for adults, $6 for children 12 and under, $3 for children 5 and under and $2 for youth 12 and over.
Guests who purchase tickets will be entered into a draw to win a trip to Disneyland.
The “Insider Party” will be held at Disneyland’s Fantasyland Theme Park.
The Journey To Tomorrowland will open to guests on Friday at 9:30 a.d. and will open again to guests at 11:59 p.f.m.:The Journey, which will be an extended version of the Journey from Tomorrowland to Epcot, will begin with a nighttime ride at Disneyland and Epcot’s Tomorrowland Resort.
The ride will continue for the entire day.
After the nighttime ride, guests will head to the Tomorrowland Tomorrowland Hotel.
There, they will join a “ride with Mickey and Minnie” to experience the nighttime rides, including the “Magic Morning” ride.
At 10:00 a.g., the ride will be transformed into a live-action ride, and guests will be greeted by the “Escape from Tomorrowlands” ride, complete with an animated movie poster.
At 12:30 p.g. guests will experience the “Nightmare on Epcot” ride and meet Mickey and the gang.
At 2:00 p.t. guests can watch the movie “A Star Is Born” and meet the film’s director, Walt Disney Animation Studios CEO Bob Iger.
At 3:00 pm, the ride begins its next stage, where guests will see the “Journey to Tomorrowlands.”
The Journey will then end, and the Tomorrowlands Tomorrowland Restaurant will open, offering guests the chance to enjoy a pre-game dinner, pre-show show and pre-tour attraction, including Mickey’s castle and fireworks.
The Tomorrowland Tavern will also be open for guests.
Guests may use the dining room area to order drinks.
At 11:00am, the “Welcome to Tomorrow” attraction will begin.
At 1:00pm, the Welcome to Tomorrow attraction will close.
Guests then will be taken to the “Entertainment at Tomorrowland” attraction, which includes live music, themed food and a photo booth.
At 6:00p.m, guests can return to the hotel to watch the nighttime attractions.
The Walt Disney California Fantasyland Resort will host a special celebration, “The Magic Morning,” on Friday to honor the “Million-Dollar Day” that commemorates the opening of Disneyland’s new Magic Kingdom Theme Park on July 5, 2019.
Guests have the opportunity to meet Disney Imagineers, get their own personalized Magic Morning photo, take part in a “Magic Show,” enjoy a guided tour of the park and meet with guests.
The event will take place at Magic Kingdom Park and will