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  • Disneyland resort aumenta los precios hasta en un 18%

    El complejo de Disneyland subió los precios durante el fin de semana, varios meses antes de que el parque devele una nueva versión de su área con tema de paseo marítimo en el California Adventure Park. Los precios subieron más para los titulares de pases anuales, hasta un 18%. Los boletos diarios...

  • Disneyland resort raises prices as much as 18%

    The Disneyland resort raised prices over the weekend, several months before the park plans to unveil a remake of its boardwalk-themed area at the California Adventure Park. The prices rose the highest for annual pass holders, up as much as 18%. Daily tickets rose nearly 9%. By comparison, the consumer...

  • They're Disneyland superfans. Why a lawsuit is alleging gangster-like tactics against one social club

    They stroll through Disneyland in packs of 20 or more, motley crews that resemble a cross between the Hells Angels motorcycle gang and a grown-up Mickey Mouse Club with their Disney-themed tattoos and their matching denim vests strewn with trading pins and logos. Disneyland social clubs, by most...

  • Disneyland chief Michael Colglazier is promoted to oversee parks in Asia

    Michael Colglazier, who has been president of the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim for the last five years, has been promoted to oversee Walt Disney Co.’s parks in Asia, a strategically vital segment of the company. The promotion is significant because Disney has invested heavily in its Asia parks,...

  • Disneyland installs walls on Main Street as part of refurbishment project

    Disneyland’s famous Main Street is looking more like wall street. During work to replace the tracks for its horse-drawn streetcar, the theme park has installed two stretches of walls along Disneyland’s main thoroughfare to separate visitors and workers. The walls are so prominent that the project...

  • Essential California: Is Disneyland wearing out its welcome in Anaheim?

    Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Monday, Sept. 25, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES Is Disneyland wearing out its welcome in Anaheim? Over the last two decades or so, as Disney’s annual profit has soared, the company has secured subsidies,...

  • Is Disney paying its share in Anaheim?

    A few hours after the gates swing open at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, the cars are still pouring into the massive 10,241-space parking garage. They zoom into the six-story concrete structure, carloads of costumed kids, foreign tourists and graying baby boomers sporting Mickey Mouse...

  • Disneyland fans gripe about Shanghai Disney's free digital Fastpass, which costs $10 in Anaheim

    Visitors to the Shanghai Disney Resort in China will soon get to use a smartphone app to reserve a time to visit their favorite attraction without waiting in a long line — at no additional cost. But some Disney fans are irked because the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim launched a similar app in July...

  • Monsters will overrun Disneyland's Guardians of the Galaxy ride on Halloween nights

    Disneyland’s new Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout attraction is going to get a little creepy this fall. The ride, which opened in May, will unleash monsters and escaped creatures during Halloween time. Monsters After Dark brings a new adventure for characters Rocket and Groot involving...

  • Six Flags Magic Mountain will be open 365 days a year

    Good news for thrill-seekers: Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia and its stomach-churning roller-coaster collection will operate every day of the year, starting Jan. 1. The expansion represents an attempt to transition from a niche regional theme park to a major destination resort like Southern...

  • From the Archives: Walt and the pirates

    In 1966 and 1967, Disneyland added four new attractions: It's a Small World, The Primeval World, New Orleans Square and The Pirates of the Caribbean. The four attractions cost $20 million, or $3 million more than the cost of the original park. In a Los Angeles Times story on the new attractions,...

  • With 'Star Wars' land still two years away, Disney cues Marvel's Guardians

    When the Walt Disney Co. wrote a check for more than $4 billion in 2009 to acquire Marvel Entertainment Inc., Disney fans predicted a massive invasion of superheroes at the company’s Anaheim resort. That seems a step closer to reality with the opening next month of Guardians of the Galaxy — Mission:...

  • Vaccination rate jumps in California after tougher inoculation law

    The vaccination rate for California’s kindergartners soared this fall from the previous year, fueled by a state law that made it significantly tougher for parents to exempt schoolchildren from shots. It was the highest vaccination rate among kindergartners since at least 1998, and comes after a...

  • Electrical Parade gets an extension at Disneyland

    Disney’s Main Street Electrical Parade, the nostalgic extravaganza of lights, dancing and upbeat synthesizer music, has had its nightly gig at Disneyland extended for another two months. Instead of ending June 18, the nighttime parade of 22 floats, dozens of dancers and 600,000 blinking lights...

  • What to expect from Disney’s new ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ ride

    The “Guardians of the Galaxy” ride opening May 27 at Disney California Adventure will replace the venerable Twilight Zone Tower of Terror as the anchor of a new Marvel themed land. The 2004 Tower of Terror indoor elevator drop ride will be re-skinned with a back story loosely based on the original...

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