If it's been a while since you last visited a Disney theme park, chances are that things have changed drastically. Even since 2018, Disney destinations in the US have undergone major alterations and renovations.
In March media giant Disney enchanted investors and fans when it announced that its long-awaited theme park lands based on sci-fi movie series Star Wars would open months earlier than expected. It took
Let's be honest: Disney vacations with your family can get pretty expensive pretty quickly. From adding on extras like the Disney Dining Plan, buying souvenirs for your kiddos, and planning out activities
Disneyland announced Thursday that the second attraction at its new Star Wars land won’t open until Jan. 17 — after the peak winter holiday season. The Anaheim theme park had previously said the Rise the
Halloween is MUCH closer than you think — at Disneyland, that is! The parks will celebrate the spooky season from Sept. 6 through Oct. 31, 2019, and we promise, you won't want to miss this year's celebrations.
For months, Disneyland officials prepared for the large crowds that would descend with the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, the largest and most anticipated single-themed addition in the park's history.