What’s Happening at Disneyland (January 28th, 2008)
“it’s a small world’ is officially closed. The water has been drained and walls are up around the attraction. The Christmas decorations are still up on the façade, and for those who must see Small World to make your Disneyland trip complete, you can stand on the raised area of Small World Mall and see over the boards!
Wait times for Finding Nemo are pretty consistently hanging around 45 minutes.
The Disneyland Dream Suite is now complete. The staircase has been painted blue, signs are up and it looks magnificient!
A new change for SplashMountain – you must now be 60 inches or taller to ride in the front seat of the log.
Paradise Pier is closed. Enter via the path by Ariel’s Grotto to access Screamin’ and King Triton. To access the Sun Wheel and the Maliboomer, take the path by the Zephyr and Orange Stinger. The routes are marked.
Children who have reached their 3rd birthday now pay 1.00 for the ART (Anaheim Rapid Transit) one day passes.
Signs are now up for Pixar Play Parade.
– Disney Clothiers still has refurb walls but is still open for business.
The Junior Chef program has been cancelled with no plans to return.
No Fantasmic! until March 7, 2008.
Disney’s Electrical Parade will be showing on weekends. (Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights)
Work is being done at the Park Vue Inn to add a Cold Stone Creamery.
At California Adventure:
Monster’s, Inc. Mike and Sulley to the Rescue remains closed until February 14th.
Pizza Oom Mow Mow will be closed beginning January 7th.
Gibson Girl Ice Cream
Jungle Cruise (this is to be a lengthy closure – should reopen in March)
Mark Twain Riverboat (will reopen on Friday, February 1st)
Bobsleds (will reopen on Friday, February 1st)
‘it’s a small world’ will be closed beginning January 22nd for a very extensive refurb that will continue into November of this year.