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Avengers Campus set to open at Disneyland Resort

ANAHEIM — Avengers Campus, dedicated to Disney’s most popular superheroes, will open July 18, 2020 at Disneyland Resort, inside Disney California Adventure Park.

According to Disney, this new family-friendly attraction will allow guests to team up with the Avengers and their allies to live out their superhero dreams in a fully immersive land that mixes innovative technology and fun for all ages.


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Visitors will have the chance to witness Spider-Man’s gravity-defying acrobatic feats and put their web-slinging skills to the test during a 3D adventure, train with Black Panther and Wakanda’s elite guards, the Dora Milaje, and team up to save The Guardians of the Galaxy from The Collector’s Fortress.

While exploring Avengers Campus, guests may encounter Iron Man in his new armour, the Mark 80, revealed for the first time at a Disney park. Ant-Man and The Wasp appear for the first time at the Disneyland Resort and Doctor Strange will train recruits in the ways of the mystic arts at an ancient Sanctum. The villain Taskmaster also debuts at Avengers Campus, and Black Widow, Black Panther, Thor, The Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America and Captain Marvel are among those joining the action.

Culinary attractions include Pym Test Kitchen, which will showcase normal foods at unusual scales, including shareable bites, inventive-sized entrees and tiny treats. Just as Ant-Man and The Wasp used ‘Pym Particles’ to grow and shrink just about anything, the Pym Test Kitchen applies this innovative science to the food creation. As guests watch the Pym food scientists at work in the kitchen lab, they will see a conveyor belt transport a regular-sized pretzel into a quantum tunnel – and it comes out big.

“When we set out to create these extraordinary superhero experiences across the globe, we designed a new Spider-Man attraction for Disney California Adventure park in an immersive land with amazing character experiences,” said Scot Drake, portfolio creative executive for Walt Disney Imagineering. “We also crafted an original story that ties all the experiences together in ways that are authentic to these characters. We worked side-by-side with teams that brought the Avengers films and comics to life to create a place that champions the next generation of heroes.”

For more information go to Disneyland.com/AvengersCampus.

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