Disneyland Reporter Conner Purzycki brings us back out to the Disneyland Resort in his latest photo report. Today, we check in on Star Wars Land, the “desecration” of the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and a number of smaller projects taking place around the resort.
Star Wars Land
Work on the Star Wars themed land for Disneyland Park rolls on (as it will be a few years).
This looks familiar…
The tunnel above is likely the one that will greet guests at the entrance to the land. An X-Wing and assorted items will greet guests just outside on the passage from Critter Country and Frontierland.
Welcome to Disneyland
The cannon in Town Square is moving into a planter to make more walking space for guests, something much needed during parade and fireworks time.
Here is the new pedestal that the cannon will call home.
Work on the Market House facade has wrapped up.
The sidewalk work on Main Street has already wrapped up.
While the Diamond Celebration ended over a month ago, the castle decorations will remain until November.
The facades behind the New Orleans Square train station are being touched up.
Mickey’s Toontown is getting some TLC (and I don’t mean tables, ladders, and chairs).
Roger Rabbit’s Cartoon Spin is open while the facade is being fixed up.
Rogue One – A Star Wars Story Merchandise
This and That
The Crush sipper cup is now available on the West Coast at Award Weiners.
The Doctor Strange preview will be opening soon, but Disney is already stating that a Beauty and the Beast preview will occupy the space in the Spring.
AP Days are rolling on through the Fall.
The Tower of Terror Enters Its Twilight
Scaffolding is now going up around the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. Odds are that it won’t even look like the attraction by the time in closes in January.
The attraction is being replaced by Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission Breakout, opening Summer 2017.
Quicksilver is now closed as well… WILL THIS BE THE SPRINKLES LOCATION???