4 Things to Look Forward to at Disneyland

A new annual pass program, a Yosemite-inspired spa, an upscale brunch with princesses, and a Halloween party at Disney California Adventure.
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Aug. 25
The Magic Key program replaces the previous Annual Pass program with a focus on reservation-based admission. Perks include discounts on merchandise, food, and beverage purchases and access to special offerings and items throughout the year. Charter members who sign up for the program within the first 66 days will receive a welcome package in honor of Disneyland’s 66th anniversary this year. Passes go on sale August 25 at 10 a.m. Monthly payment plans are available for California residents. 

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Aug. 26
Prepare for a royal feast later this month with the return of Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures at Napa Rose. This upscale, three-course brunch event at the lauded restaurant includes a three-tier tower of bites, entrees, and themed desserts. There are also fun activities planned for little ones, an opportunity to say hi to some of your favorite princesses, and special keepsakes and photos to take home.

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Sept. 16
Located at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, Tenaya Stone Spa takes inspiration from California’s iconic natural wonders and the indigenous culture of the Yosemite Valley. The 6,000-square-foot, full-service spa offers soothing massages, herbal body treatments, salon services, and special foot treatments after a fun-filled day at the parks. Now accepting advance reservations for upcoming hotel guests with reservations opening up for non-hotel guests later.

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Through October 31
Tickets are still available for Oogie Boogie Bash, Disney’s Halloween party that debuted fall of 2019. The ticketed, after-hours event themed after “The Nightmare Before Christmas” will include villain-themed treat trails, a chance to spot some of your favorite villains, and live entertainment including the “Frightfully Fun Parade” and the family-friendly stage show “Mickey’s Trick and Treat.” Don’t miss the Villains Grove overlay at Redwood Creek Challenge and an opportunity to explore the park at limited capacity.

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