"A Touch of Disney" Disneyland Resort Legacy Passholder Exclusive Magnet and Button

PHOTOS: Disneyland Resort Legacy Passholder Corner Offers Exclusive Magnets, Buttons During “A Touch of Disney” at Disney California Adventure

We visited Disney California Adventure today on the first day of the sold out “A Touch of Disney” ticketed event. As we previously reported, Disneyland Legacy Passholders can visit the Passholder Corner for a unique photo opportunity. Legacy Passholders can also grab a free magnet and button while supplies last.


The Legacy Passholder Corner is located in Paradise Gardens. The area is behind a few tall shrubs, but still clearly identifiable from the main walkway.


Signs and directional arrows guide Legacy Passholders to the entrance.


Inside, four large posters detail Disney California Adventure’s 20-year history. Physical distancing markers lead the way to the photo opportunity.


Each poster draws attention to landmark attractions. Dates are included for major events.

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The final poster features Guardians of the Galaxy — Mission: BREAKOUT!


A colorful “Disney California Adventure Celebrating 20 Years” backdrop anchors the photo-op that includes Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, and Pluto.


Disneyland Legacy Passholders receive a magnet and a button when visiting the area. Guests must present their pass as well as photo identification.


The Passholder Corner is open until 6:00 PM daily, so don’t wait too long to grab your exclusive Legacy Passholder goodies.

What do you think of this new area just for Disneyland Resort Legacy Passholders? Will you be using your pass to snag a magnet and a button? Share your plans with us in the comments.

  1. And all the Legacy Passholder has to do is spend $100 and be lucky enough to score a ticket to get their “free” special merchandise. Di$ney has never seen AP’s as more than an ATM, secure in the knowledge that Di$ney could hand single sheets of Bob Chapek’s unused toilet paper and AP’s would pay hundreds of dollars and stand in line for hours to get this “special AP only merchandise”.

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