While many details remain under wraps, here’s what we know about the “first land dedicated to super heroes” at Disneyland Resort, which reopened in late April, after being shuttered for more than 400 days.
The park bills Avengers Campus as a former Stark Industries complex “offered up by Tony Stark as a place to train the next generation of super heroes.”
Guests can learn mystic arts from Doctor Strange, train with Wakanda’s Dora Milaje royal guard, and see beloved Marvel Cinematic Universe characters like Black Widow, Thor and for the first time at Disneyland, Ant-Man and Wasp in person.
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On Web Slingers, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker invites guests to board his latest invention, a vehicle that allows passengers to sling virtual webs from their wrists, through motion-sensor technology. Guests can further enhance their interactivity with a Web Power Band, available for purchase, which unlocks additional customizable features on the attraction.
For a real-life taste of the MCU, guests can try several eateries, including Pym Test Kitchen, which features familiar foods in massive and miniature sizes. The adjacent Pym Tasting Lab offers oversized craft beers as well as cocktails and hard seltzers for grown-ups.
Californians will be the first to try everything out. While Walt Disney World in Florida is open to all, Disneyland is currently limited to in-state residents. Disneyland Resort will reopen to out-of-state guests on June 15.