What's Happening at Disneyland, January 20, 2008
The Mickey Mouse Floral is now complete and you can see Tinker Bell next to Mickey’s right ear. Special lighting has been added so be sure to view this floral after dark and there is now a light show at the floral.
Wait times for Finding Nemo are pretty consistently hanging around 45 minutes.
Work is continuing on the new Disneyland Dream Suite. The stairwells are no longer covered – but not completely painted. A new elevator up to the Dream Suite has been added.
There are a few areas on Tom Sawyer Island that have caution tape around them or are covered as work continues there. The graveyard (located behind the Fort) has been removed. Some restrooms have been removed from Tom Sawyer Island.
TeaCups are back and look shiny and new!
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.
Main Street – 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! for this week.
Disney’s Electrical Parade will be showing on weekends, and will return Friday January 25th.
Block Party Bash is now officially gone and has been sent to Walt Disney World.
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.
Mission Tortilla Factory will reopen on Saturday, January 26th.
Haunted Mansion will be reopening on Friday January 25th in its normal incarnation. No more Holiday Haunted Mansion until October.
‘it’s a small world’ will be closed beginning January 22nd for a very extensive refurb that will continue into November of this year.