Disneyland Reopens Without Rides

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March 29, 2021

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Disneyland is opening its doors for the first time since the pandemic began one year ago. 

“A Touch of Disney” is a dining only, ticketed event. Disneyland Daily blogger Casey Starnes says what to expect.

You’ll be able to walk through, have a bit of character interaction,” she tells the Click. “You’ll be able to dine, and shop.” 

Since there will be no rides available, the $75 ticket offers more than entry.

I know the $75 is throwing some people off,” says Starnes. “Like, what are we paying for? But I do think it’s a good value for a few reasons. One, that includes parking and parking can be pretty expensive. Each guest gets a $25 dining card, and you also get all your photo pass images included.”

The event will be held from March 18 through 21 at Disney California Adventure Park. 

On April 30th, rides and attractions will resume at Disneyland with a limited capacity and a “no screaming” restriction while on rides.

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