Updated January 22, 2020
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“Magic Happens” Parade: Debuts 2.28.2020
- Haunted Mansion Holiday – closes 1.21.2020; reopens as Haunted Mansion Spring 2020 (info here)
- “it’s a small world Holiday” closes 1.7.2020; reopens as “it’s a small world” TBD (typically 2-3 weeks after close)
- Mark Twain Riverboat – reopens 1.31.2020
- Sailing Ship Columbia – closes 2.3.2020; reopens 3.7.2020
- Snow White’s Scary Adventures – closes 1.7.2020; reopen TBD
- King Arthur Carrousel – reopen TBD
- Indiana Jones – a lengthy refurbishment is expected in 2020; as soon as Disney provides dates, I’ll add them here
- Grizzly River Run – reopen 2.13.2020
- Jessie’s Critter Carousel – closes 2.24.2020
- Red Car Trolley – reopening 2020
- Carthay Circle Restaurant and Lounge – closes 1.6.2020; reopens 1.31.2020
***Downtown Disney Parking has been relocated to the Simba Lot, which is near Paradise Pier Hotel. Info here.
- Jamba Juice – transitioning later 2019 to Jamba; more here
- Asian Street Eats – open!; more here
- AMC Theatres – now open at the Anaheim GardenWalk; info here
- Rainforest Cafe – closed permanently
- ESPN Zone – closed permanently
- Earl of Sandwich – reopened fall of 2018
- Alamo Car Rental – closed (moved into Paradise Pier Hotel)
- Starbucks West Side Location – reopened!
- Disney Vacation Rentals and Walt Disney Travel – closed (will operate elsewhere on site)
DISNEYLAND RESORT HOTELS
Monorail Slide at the Disneyland Hotel – reopen late Spring 2020
Redwood Pool and Slide at the Grand Californian Hotel -reopen 2.1.2020
Disneyland Resort Express ends its service on 1.6.2020. Super shuttle ends its service on 12.31.2019.
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I keep this page updated as often as possible. To find out details on your specific trip, visit the Disneyland website directly and change the dates on the calendar to match your timing.
When looking at your dates on the Disneyland website, keep in mind the (typically used) following terminology:
- “Empty Schedule” means that Disney hasn’t added times yet. Don’t panic.
- “Schedule unavailable” means that this attraction, show or dining location is likely under refurbishment.