Timeline for Disney Projects

November 23, 2016, 10:12 AM

If someone would be so kind to make a timeline for when disney park Projects (specifically rides and lands) around the world will be opening by year, I'd appreciate that. Been searching high and low and haven't found much

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Edited: November 23, 2016, 4:19 PM

Hong Kong Disneyland · Iron Man Experience, Jan 2017
Tokyo DisneySea · Nemo and Friends SeaRider, May 2017
Disney's Animal Kingdom · Pandora: The World of Avatar, Summer 2017
Disney California Adventure · Guardians of the Galaxy Mission Breakout, Summer 2017
Hong Kong Disneyland · Adventureland Show Palace, 2018
Hong Kong Disneyland · Marvel Super Hero Attraction for 2018
Shanghai Disneyland · Toy Story Land, 2018
Tokyo DisneySea · Soarin', 2019
Hong Kong Disneyland · Oakens Dancing Sleigh, 2020
Tokyo Disneyland · Beauty and the Beast Ride, 2020
Tokyo Disneyland · Big Hero 6 Ride, 2020
Tokyo Disneyland · Minnie's Design Studio, 2020
Tokyo Disneyland · Tokyo Disneyland Theater, 2020
Hong Kong Disneyland · Marvel Super Hero Attraction for 2023
Disney's Hollywood Studios · Toy Story Land, No date announced (maybe 2019)
Disneyland · Star Wars Land, No date announced (likely 2019)
Disney's Hollywood Studios · Star Wars Land, No date announced (likely 2020)

Anyone else got any adds? (Announced projects only - no "someone wanting hits made this up" rumors.)

November 23, 2016, 6:04 PM

-Disneyland Paris is getting Star Tours: The Adventures Continue and a Hyperspace Mountain overlay of Space Mountain: Mission 2 in March 2017.
-Hong Kong Disneyland is also getting a clone of Frozen Ever After in 2020 as the main attraction in their Frozen area.
-According to most reports, Toy Story Land is likely for 2018 at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Confirmation will probably come at next year's D23.

I think that's about it for missing announced projects. I've got a feeling the list will need to be updated after D23, however.

November 23, 2016, 8:57 PM

Kinda, but not totally related, but what ever happened to the Wreck It Ralph simulator that was supposed to happen in Space Mountain's basement. Employees were even talking about it and I thought it was going to happen. What ever happened?

November 24, 2016, 7:42 AM

Kenny, not confirmed, so it falls under rumor

November 24, 2016, 10:36 AM

Attractions and other in-park employees are the worst sources for information about new attractions. They repeat way too many made-up rumors from outside the company.

November 24, 2016, 2:15 PM

Hong Kong Disneyland inaugurates new castle in 2019.

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