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The first phase of Disneyland’s theme park layout will be unveiled next week, the park’s new owner announced Wednesday.
The park is scheduled to open to the public on April 25, 2019, but the full-scale layout has not yet been finalized.
The layout, which will span the entire park, will be built around a central plaza that will offer a wide variety of rides, rides and attractions.
It will feature three stages, which include rides from a “Grand Californian” theme park, themed rides from an amusement park theme park and an amusement boat ride.
The first stage will be the Main Street Main Street attraction, which includes rides from both the park and a “Disneyland Railroad” ride.
Disneyland will also include two rides, “The Dream” and “The Magic Carpet,” both of which are themed to Disney World theme parks.
Disneyland’s Main Street will be located next to the main Main Street entrance and will feature a full-service restaurant and a retail plaza, according to a press release from Disneyland.
The “Dream” attraction, based on the popular movie, is part of the new Main Street and will include a large stage with a video screen, a stage and a giant video screen.
Disneyland also announced it will be adding new attractions to Main Street during the park season.
The new “The Adventure of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” a video game, will debut in 2019 and will be an attraction in the park, while “Dinoland,” a new ride that will be part of Disneyland Main Street, will open in 2019.
“Dinkopolis” will be a new attraction, featuring a mini-golf course and an arcade, that will debut next year.
“The Great Pacific War” will open at a later date, and “Downtown Disney,” which will feature new rides and rides themed to Walt Disney World, will have a new look.
“Sister Night,” a nighttime ride, will not debut in the new layout, according the press release.
Disneyland announced a new entertainment lineup in 2017, including a new theme park at Disneyland and the new “Star Wars” ride at Disneyland Resort.