PHOTO REPORT: Disneyland Park 4/2/18 (Easter Egg Hunt, Refurbishments, ETC.)

Disneyland is typically the Happiest Place on Earth, but right now it’s the largest construction site on earth. Let’s take a look at the everything around Disneyland this week!

To All Who Come to This Happy Place… Welcome

All of the construction walls on Main Street are finally down as work has been completed on the new trolley tracks.

AP Personalization Hat Embroidery

At most the hat stores around Disneyland, you have the limited time opportunity to get the AP Logo embroidered on the back along with your name in a variety of different colors!

The cost is $7.99.


In the corner of Main Street, between The Mad Hatter Shop and Disney Showcase, you can purchase maps for this year’s Easter Egg hunt.

These are 6 eggs offered as a prize after completing the hunt, you can redeem for one with each map you buy.

Thankfully, it appears that they have enough.

There’s also an AP exclusive pin you can buy.

Oh, It’s a Jolly Holiday

A quick look at some of the current offerings at Jolly Holiday Bakery.


Goodbye Aladdin’s Oasis

Ever since the news arose about Aladdin’s Oasis turning into “The Tropical Hideway”, the Oasis has turned into just a bathroom again. Not much work is visible either.

Looking next to the bathroom, you can look through the walls and see the remains of Aladdin’s Oasis up-close.

Moving through Adventureland, South Seas Traders has been “blessed” with a new item.

South Seas Traders is now selling Mini Babybel cheese, just like many other locations at the U.S. parks.

Later this month, Pirates of the Caribbean will close to remove the original auction scene, replacing it with the new scene that debuted at Walt Disney World to “mixed reviews”, to put it nicely…


Storybookland Canal Boats

For weeks, the canals have been closed for a quick refurb, but finally we see the light again!

Coming from “it’s a small world”, you can see a massive line for the attraction.

Dumbo the Grounded Elephant

Dumbot the Flying Elephant remains closed for the queue construction that will add more shade.

Casey Jr. is back up and running with construction walls next to the entrance.

Casey Jr. comin’ down the tracks!

Drought Mountain

Splash Mountain is undergoing its annual refurbishment still.

Thew attraction will return on April 16th!

The track on the big drop was completely replaced this year.

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