Avengers Grounds is a Marvel Cinematic Universe–themed area situated at Disney California Experience and created for Walt Disney Studios Park at Disneyland Paris and Hong Kong Disneyland. The Marvel-themed regions or “grounds” will be developed simultaneously at the three parks and enlivened by the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Be that as it may, they will instead happen in the “Marvel Theme Park Universe,” an alternate universe parallel to it inside the Marvel Multiverse, in which the Blip and related resulting occasions presented in Avengers: Infinity War didn’t happen. They are designed by Walt Disney Imagineering, as a team with Marvel Studios and Marvel Themed Entertainment. These three parks all facilitated a Marvel-themed rare occasion previously, which affirmed the interest in joining Marvel characters in the parks. In light of three different continents, the Marvel-themed regions will be characterized as the “Superhero grounds” of their particular region, shaping visitors to become heroes. Every region will generally include various arrangements of attractions and amusement while being firmly interconnected with one another by sharing a typical story. So a visitor named Mike and his 8-year-old son, James, this week got an opportunity to go to the recently opened Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure Park! So Considering taking your children there? Here’s a look from a parent’s perspective on what you and your family can anticipate: First, we should examine the most hummed about the piece of the grounds — the new fascination WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Experience. Sounds interesting? Let us hop along the ride to get the experience of this newly open Marvel Theme Park Universe in Disneyland Paris and Hong Kong Disneyland.
Hi, I’m Mike and this is my 8-year-old son, James. This week we got a chance to check out the newly opened Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure Park!
First, let’s discuss the most buzzed about part of the campus — the new attraction WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure.
The 3D, interactive ride starts with a hologram of Tom Holland (aka Peter Parker/Spider-Man) showing off his latest invention — the Spider-Bot — which quickly multiplies at an alarming rate and wreaks havoc on the campus:
FYI, you can’t bring a stroller into the ride, but the good news is there’s a stroller parking area right in front of the entrance:
The other ride on the Avengers Campus is Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout!, which has been there since 2017 (and previously was The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror):
At the center of the campus is the Avengers Headquarters, complete with an impressive plane on the roof. There’s almost always a superhero patrolling the balcony and interacting with park guests below:
Another performance happens at the Ancient Sanctum (next to Avengers Headquarters), where Doctor Strange shows off his powers in a very kid-friendly performance:
The superheroes don’t just stay up on the balcony or perform — they also interact with park visitors and take photos:
We were also able to get up close and personal with Thor, Spider-Man, and Black Panther:
Now about the food — we ate at Pym Test Kitchen where, inspired by Ant-Man, the food items have either been enlarged or shrunk beyond their normal scale:
Another fun option for kids at the Pym Test Kitchen is the PB&J Flavor Lab — featuring peanut butter and jelly in a little Petri dish where kids get to build their own sandwich:
As is to be expected when Disney opens a new land, there’s a lot of cool merchandise that comes with it:
But — no surprise, I suppose — he really loved the dessert, a “bite-size” candy bar that was blown up to epic proportions:
The other item is a WEB Power Band, which allows guests to enhance their experience on the WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure ride by unlocking multi-fire webs those without one can’t:
Avengers Campus authoritatively opened on June 4 at Disney California Experience Park! So We hope that you surely visit this fantastic Disneyland’s Avengers Campus whenever you get a chance, just like Mike and his 8-year-old son, James, did. We hope that you must have enjoyed the park virtually for now. So do visit it soon if you are a true Marvel fan. Till then, keep on reading Animated Times, your one-stop destination, on getting a closer look into the entertainment industry, upcoming movies, and TV Series or celebrity gossips, and much more stuff; we have got you all covered. So continue reading animated times, guys, for more.