Disney is making it easy to visit Disneyland and the Disney theme parks in a week or two, with a new £3.5 million attraction, the Horizons Cruise Ship, on board.
Disneyland and Disneyland Park will offer a specialised experience for those looking to see how it’s done.
The Horizons Cruise ship, which is scheduled to open in 2019, will take passengers on an adventure from a cruise ship to the Magic Kingdom in a matter of days.
There will be a range of attractions, from a 360-degree view of the park to a 360 degree tour of the ship’s port area, including a 360° walk along the deck of the cruise ship, to a view of waterfalls, a 360º aerial view of Tomorrowland and the ride’s interior, and a 360˚ aerial tour of Cinderella Castle.
It’s not the first time Disney has opened the Horizons in the same way.
During the Walt Disney World Resort’s first launch in 2014, the ship was a luxury cruise ship that took visitors to a range in different parts of the resort, including Disney Springs, Disney Castle, Disney Cruise Line, and the Magic Kingdoms.
After Disney World closed for refurbishment, the cruise ships were returned to their former role as luxury cruises, with the Horizons being opened as a regular cruise.
The Horizons will allow Disney to offer a new way to get around Disneyland and Disney theme park attractions for a lower cost.
This means the attraction will be available to anyone who lives in one of the three major cities that make up the theme parks.
While it’s still not clear how many people will be able to visit Disney theme lands in a given week, the attraction should be a hit with families and families with children, said Disneyland park spokesman Jason Zengerle.
“We are excited to offer the Horizons at Disneyland Resort to guests with families, including families with young children and young couples with young families,” he said.
For people looking to make the most of their Disney World vacation, Zengerles said the Horizons will have a “fairly high” wait time.
Once it opens, Horizons will be open for regular, one-day availability on the park.