Timed tickets for the exhibit must be bought in advance and are available now on the Disneyland website. They cost $30 per person for Mondays through Thursdays before 4pm and $38 per person for all other times. (Tickets are not required for ages 3 and under.) The exhibit is open 10am to 9pm daily, starting April 26. Disney has not yet announced an end date, but says that the exhibit will run for a limited time.
The exhibit is in the old ESPNZone space in Downtown Disney, so no theme park admission is required. Tickets to the exhibit also include five hours of free parking in the adjacent Downtown Disney lot.
Disneyland today also released a couple more concept images of the photo opps that will be included in the experience. The whole thing takes about one and a half hours to go through, Disney said, and traces Mickey's career from his black-and-white beginning through his role as Disney's ultimate theme park ambassador today.
Note that selfie sticks are not allowed inside the Downtown Disney security area, and Disney will not be allowing tripods inside the exhibit, either.
So, up to $38 bucks a head to take photos with props and cutouts? For people looking for something that makes their photos stand out to the algorithms that dictate what your friends will or will not see on Instagram or Facebook, the price might be worth the extra visibility. After all, limited time photo opps have been helping drive sales to Disney's after-hours, hard-ticket parties for years.Tweet
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