Anaheim, California 2021-10-14 13:54:45 –
Disneyland Monorail will reopen this week to commemorate the long-awaited revival of classic attractions following a year-long closure. Resort announced Thursday.
Since its debut at Disneyland Resort in 1959, the beloved attraction has been a staple of theme park enthusiasts, but has not been operated during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It will change on Friday and daily service will resume for the first time in over a year and a half.
Disney’s “Sky Highway” Bubbling passengers around Anaheim Resort, it’s part of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park, about 2 1/2 miles, a 13-minute ride that provides fans with unique aerial photography.
Visitors can take the train in two places. One is inside Disneyland in Tomorrowland and the other is outside the Downtown Disney District. In the latter case, you will need to present a valid theme park ticket and reservation to board. The point is that it functions as an entrance to Disneyland.
The train operating schedule has not yet been announced, but will be posted on both the Disneyland website and the Disneyland app once the attraction is officially reopened.
The revival of the monorail marks a new step in the gradual reopening of the resort. Both Disney theme parks have been closed for over a year due to a pandemic and finally welcomed guests this April.
But the park Some changes have been made Since its resumption, it has implemented several new health and safety measures, including the abolition of Fastpass.
Disney also most recently announced a Magic Key to replace the old annual passport program.
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