11 delicious vegan foods you can order at Disneyland

Dole Whip, at Frontierland in Magic Kingdom and Disney's Polynesian Resort

Amongst the thousands of turkey leg and churro stands at Disneyland are hidden vegan gems waiting to be discovered. Although seemingly impossible, the most magical place on Earth got a whole lot better with the introduction and continued vegan additions to the park.

Both Disneyland and Disney World are home to dozens of delicious vegan options, from the famed Mickey Mouse pretzels on Main Street to hearty Vegetable Jambalaya in New Orleans Square, there’s no lack of vegan options in any corner of the park.


Disney parks: Every upcoming ride, hotel and attraction

Walt Disney once said, “Disneyland will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world.” More than 60 years after his beloved park first opened, Disney’s words still reverberate.

Much of the original park remains intact, and many of its opening day attractions still delight visitors. But Disneyland has evolved considerably since Disney, who passed away in 1966, last walked its storied streets. And planned for summer 2019, the park will welcome its most ambitious new land to date, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.



This tiny town is the site of Disney’s ‘lost’ park

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You may have paid to see gussied-up variations of the quaint town of Marceline, Missouri. The community of about 2,500, two hours northeast of metro Kansas City, was the hometown and emotional lodestone of Walt Disney.

His boyhood remembrances of Marceline influenced such films as the 1949 live-action/cartoon “So Dear to My Heart” and “Lady and the Tramp” (1955). When Disneyland opened in 1955, visitors entered the Southern California theme park through Main Street USA, an idealized rendition of downtown Marceline’s Kansas Avenue of the early 1900s.

Such Main Streets are at the gates of most Disney theme parks.

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Disney World’s “Star Wars” Hotel Will Be Out of This World

Star Wars Hotel concept art showing a family in a room with bunk beds and a space window.

A galaxy “far, far away” is getting closer. Disney (NYSE:DIS) is offering up new details for the Star Wars-themed hotel that will raise the bar at Disney World in terms of lodging immersion. We still don’t have an opening date, as that remains a couple of years away. However, with Disney clearing so much land to expand the parking lot of Disney’s Hollywood Studios ahead of next year’s debut of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the global theme park leader confirmed on Wednesday that the hotel will be going up adjacent to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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