New Year’s Eve and Three Kings Day wrap up Disneyland’s busy holiday season

Written by Andy Castro. Posted in Dateline Disneyland, Disney, Disney Parks, Disneyland Resort, Features

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Published on January 06, 2014 at 6:22 am with 46 Comments

About Andy Castro

Andy is a Southern California native, raised with Disneyland and a life-long fan of Disney theme parks and animation. Andy writes the weekly Dateline Disneyland column, which can be found every Monday on MiceChat.

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  • BrerDan

    Regarding the boulders in Big Thunder Mountain being removed, I’m guessing they;ll replace them with more effective digital projections. The last time I rode Big Thunder, the boulders were already stationary and they had added a minor digital projection a while back. With the “tech” behind the boulders perhaps being a bit dated, and the accident in Paris (about a year ago boulders actually fell on guests, who were injured), I could see them replacing the boulders with enhanced projections. For me, it’s a shame, as I love the old-fashioned approaches to setting a scene, but it makes sense.

  • themur

    We now get to read about rumored changes to rumors…….priceless!

  • Country Bear

    Thanks for the great update Andy.

    As I looked through the list of planned closures and “refurbishments” it seems to me that there are an awful lot of E Tickets on that list at the same time. I am not used to visiting the Disneyland Resort in the spring months, but doesn’t it seem odd that there would be THAT many major attractions closed at the same time? Puts the value of visiting at this time into question as I assume the gate price doesn’t drop for this?

    Just looking for some feedback on that point.


    • Internitty

      I was thinking that too, I wouldn’t go near the resort as a tourist until at least September

  • mickEblu

    I always find it interesting when I see comments that say Disneyland hasn’t added anything new in in a long time. If you look at Disneyland itself then yes, nothing really significant since Indiana Jones. However, I believe you have to look at the resort as a whole and notice they built a brand new park!