A Touch of Disney will offer some of the world-famous food and drinks from around the Disneyland Resort, plus a chance to see Disney characters, shop for the latest Disney merchandise, and pop in at unique photo locations.
Guests will be able to eat churros, Dole Whips, the Monte Cristo sandwich plus new items. There will also be special treats, plant-based menu items, and new twists on classic favorites from around the Resort.
Mickey Mouse and his pals will be available for guests to see with s curated soundtrack of reimagined Disney songs. The soundtrack will be broadcast throughout the park, setting the stage for A Touch of Disney as a radio announcer shares jingles and reminders about many can’t-miss experiences.
A Touch of Disney is priced at the introductory $75 ticket which includes admission, parking for the experience at Mickey & Friends parking structure, unlimited downloads of Disney PhotoPass photos taken during the day of the experience, and a $25 A Touch of Disney dining card valid towards the purchase of food and non-alcoholic beverages.
Beginning March 4, guests will be able to purchase a ticket for A Touch of Disney for select days from March 18 through April 5, 2021. Tickets for this experience will then be released for dates on a rolling basis until the experience ends. Tickets must be purchased in advance and online at Disneyland.com for a specific date. Ticket prices are subject to change.
This limited-capacity experience will be offered Thursdays through Mondays, from noon to 8 p.m. Attractions remain closed for now.
Close to 1,000 cast members will return to work as a result of this experience, plus the recent reopening of outdoor dining on Buena Vista Street.
Disneyland Resort Legacy Passholders will enjoy a special opportunity at A Touch of Disney, with details to come on the Disneyland Legacy Passholder Facebook page.
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