We’re back (decked out all in aqua), DFB friends! We’re here with another What’s New at Disneyland (yay)!
We’ve got of construction, merch, and LOTS of eats and treats updates to give you, so let’s flurry on in!
We’ve been watching and waiting… And, now the Magic Way Pedestrian Bridge is FINALLY open in Disneyland!
The direct walkway to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure is meant to provide guests with a safer way to cross the busy intersections nearby and improve traffic circulation in the area.
The landscaping outside the Pixar Pals Parking Structure has also been completed as well! We’re lovin’ the look of all those trees and the Pixar Ball-colored tile!!
As we walked through Downtown, we spotted some new adorable packaging at Marceline’s Confectionery! You can grab packages of the English Toffee…
… Chocolate Clusters…
… Or Brittle for $14.49!
Inside the World of Disney, we found the Haunted Mansion Loungefly Wristlet for $40…
… The Launchpad McQuack Shirt for $34.99…
… And the Scrooge McDuck Tank for $34.99!! DUCK TALES, WOO-OO!
… And at Trader Sam’s! We’re ready to dig in to all that Polynesian-inspired goodness!
Sleeping Beauty, who? We’re talkin’ about Elsa and Anna right now with all the Arendelle Aqua painting the Land blue!! Over at the Jolly Holiday Bakery, the Arendelle Aqua Macaron has sweetened up guests’ tastebuds!
The macaron has a buttercream, blueberry and cream filling that is smooth and yummy for $5.99 before the Annual Passholder discount.
Since you’re already close to Sleeping Beauty Castle, you can try the Arendelle Aqua Churro at the Churro Cart!
The churro is coated in blue sugar and has a hint of cotton candy flavor for $5.25. (And, it didn’t stain our mouths or hands!!)
On Main Street, U.S.A., the Popcorn Cart has popped up with an Arendelle Aqua Popcorn Bucket!
The icy aqua bucket is shaped like everyone’s favorite kind of balloon and has Mickey’s face on the front! HOW CUTE!! You can grab your own for $15 with tax!
The Mickey-shaped shortbread cookie is filled with mixed berry jam and is topped with white chocolate drizzle for $5.99 before the Annual Passholder discount. But, be careful! This one’s just a little bit fragile. LOOK at that shimmery swirl in the middle!!!!
We’re leaving Arendelle behind and heading to Halloween Town, you guys! The Pumpkin King himself has arrived and is ready to cause plenty of mischief near The Nightmare Before Christmas: Haunted Holiday with the Jack Skellington Sipper!
He can carry around 8 0z of soda, measures 2 feet long, and multiple parts of his body MOVE!! He might be eerie, but he’s AMAZING!!
Speaking of Oogie Boogie, you take a spooky photo with him at the exclusive Annual Passholder photo-op over at Star Wars Launch Bay in Tomorrowland through September 30th!
If you’ve got that Annual Pass, be sure to also snag the Annual Passholder Halloween Magnet! Two Annual Passholder Pins will also be available on September 15th and September 22nd.
Disney California Adventure
Halloween Time just keeps on spooking in California Adventure! You can grab the Candy Corn Cotton Candy for $6 (and feel super cute holding it tbh)…
This chocolate cupcake is topped with cookies and cream buttercream frosting and an adorably derpy little face (but we still love him) for $5.99.
The dark chocolate cake pop contains a sugar candy roll-up on the inside and is covered with purple icing and candy pearls on top. Don’t worry — this won’t poison you like the Evil Queen’s apple in Snow White, but it is a tasty treat for $5.49.
Well, well, well… What have we here? An Oogie Boogie Cake Pop that will have you calling for Lock, Shock, and Barrel? Count us in!
Although he might just be a classic vanilla cake pop, he’s got us wanting to sing the Boogie Song with just one taste for $5.49!
If you’re looking for the full list of Halloween Time treats, be sure to take a look at our exclusive printable guide to both the Disneyland parks with all the spooky eats you could possibly want!
Oh, and one last teensy thing… We have another Arendelle Aqua dessert in California Adventure at Trolley Treats (#sorrynotsorry)! The Arendelle Aqua Cake Pop is casting an icy sweetness over the bakery case.
The vanilla cake pop is covered in white chocolate icing with a hint of blueberry flavor. Honestly, we just want to let it go and have another Arendelle Aqua treat for $4.99 before the Annual Passholder discount.
Well, that’s all for this What’s New at Disneyland! We’ll catch ya next time for more food, merch, and construction updates!
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