— DISNEYLAND has unveiled plans for a new theme park in California’s Disneyland park that will focus on the theme park’s newest attractions and the theme parks most beloved characters.
The theme park is scheduled to open in 2019 and will be owned by The Walt de Laufenberg Company, a subsidiary of Walt Disney Co., which operates theme parks in Walt Disney Springs and Epcot.
The new park will have four theme parks, including an indoor park, outdoor park, water park and water theme.
Disneyland will be the first theme park that incorporates the newest additions in the parks’ entertainment offerings, including Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Magic Kingdom, according to a statement from Disney Parks.
The new park, called The Disney Experience, will feature a new ride, themed rides, interactive attractions, a large interactive stage and other interactive features, including a large “live” theater.
The park will be located at Disneyland Park and will have a capacity of over 500,000 guests, according the statement.
The Walt Disney Parks and Resorts will partner with The Walt De Laufenburg Company on the project and the new park is expected to open to guests in 2020.
The park will include a dining room, lounge, movie theater and entertainment areas.
The announcement comes after the Walt Disney Company announced that it is closing a major project in Hollywood that included a massive new building to house the Walt de Laufenberg Center for The Walt’s Walt Disney Family.
The company is currently looking to expand The Waltde Laufenheim Center for the Walt’s Disney Family, and is currently in the planning stages for a larger project to expand into the Hollywood Studios.