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64 Things You Don’t Know About Disneyland
In honor of Disneyland’s 64th birthday (which opened on this day in 1955) here is a list of 64 things you didn’t know about Disney’s original theme park from its opening day celebration to the new Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and from the longest-running hit attractions to the ones the park no longer likes to talk about. So, sit back, relax and keep your arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times as we travel through “the happiest place on earth.” Read More>>>

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
As one would expect, Disneyland celebrated the dedication of its new “land” Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in a spectacular way – by inviting George Lucas, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Billy Dee Williams to the party. In a ceremony set to the soaring John Williams score composed especially for the land, global media and invited guests were the very first to see the “fastest hunk of junk” in the galaxy roar to life. Read More>>>

Universal Studios

Jurassic World - The Ride

Jurassic World – The Ride
Sparing vitruary “no expense,” Universal Studios Hollywood has just re-opened the new-and-improved Jurassic World – The Ride. Formerly known as Jurassic Park – The Ride, the new experience aims to be bigger and better with a major overhaul keeping in step with the newer movies. Read More>>>

The Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash!
The theme park has also announced a new project opening next summer: The Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash!, whose title is quite the mouthful. Based on the 2016 animated blockbuster and its sequel coming the theaters on June 7, 2019, Off the Leash will turn park guests into stray puppies looking for a home. Read More>>>

Knott’s Berry Farm

Knotts Berry Farm Peanuts Celebration

Knott’s Peanuts Celebration
When is the best time to visit “California’s original theme park?” If you are a Peanuts fan – it’s now. Charlie Brown and friends have been longtime residents of Knott’s Berry Farm since Camp Snoopy opened in 1983. Since then, the presence of Peanuts have become more plentiful. Running through February 17, 2020, Knott’s is offering a Peanuts Celebration each weekend where guests can step inside the pages of a Charles M. Schulz comic strip and enjoy new character experiences, activities, live entertainment, and deliciously themed-treats. Read More >>>

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