Since we are on the east coast we usually focus more on Walt Disney World, but I do try to make sure we represent Disneyland as much as possible. Sadly, the rides and theme park areas are mostly closed, but we do have some news about the Downtown Disney District.
Those that want to see more Star Wars, get ready because the new Star Wars Trading post will be opening on February 19th. It has replaced the Rainforest Cafe. The WonderGround Gallery will also re-open the same day!
Legacy Passholders can get in early by reserving a spot in the preview event going on from February 16-18.
“If you’re a Legacy Passholder, you’ll have an opportunity to make a reservation for a special preview event of the Star Wars Trading Post from Feb. 16 – Feb. 18. Check here on Feb. 9 for more information. The opportunity will be subject to availability, capacity, restrictions and change or cancellation without notice.”
“Star Wars Trading Post becomes your go-to place for all things Star Wars. The design is inspired by a hidden jungle Resistance base and the merchandise offers something for every traveler on their galactic journey – with new collections and even a Paddy Frog light-up sipper!”
They are going to put out their new Streetwear collection based on “The Mandalorian” character Grogu. It’s also currently available on ShopDisney.
There will also be a new gift card based on the Batuuan Spira that can be used “..at participating locations throughout the Disneyland Resort.”
*The Batuuan Spira Gift Card can be purchased for $4.99 plus tax in addition to the chosen activation amount (minimum activation of $100). It is not eligible for discounts, is nonrefundable, and may not be redeemed for cash, except as required by law. Visit DisneyGiftCard.com for complete terms and conditions.
Make sure to head over to the Downtown Disney District to check it out!
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Source: Disney Parks Blog
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