Tiana and little girl at DLR
  • On Jul 8, 2023
    Cindy from WA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Do they not put out a refurbishment list for rides a couple months ahead of time anymore?

    Hi there, Cindy!

    Thanks for bringing your question to us! I love to plan our visits pretty far in advance, so I totally understand wondering what rides might be getting a little pixie dust during your trip. I'm happy to help!

    While there isn't a consolidated list on the Disneyland website, you can find refurbishment information in a few different places:

    • The information page for an attraction usually states if there is a current closure and provides a possible reopening date. For example, Alice in Wonderland is being refurbished from July 5 to July 20, as you can see under the ride photo on the attraction page.
    • The Daily Events Schedule has a list of rides that are being refurbished on a specific date. Just scroll down and click "Closed for Refurbishment" to expand the menu and see the attractions and other activities that are scheduled to be unavailable on that date. If you see an attraction listed here and you're curious about the dates of the refurbishment you should visit the page for that specific attraction. Park hours are usually published a month or two in advance, so you'll be able to see planned refurbishments before you arrive.
    • For really big projects you can find updates on the Disney Parks Blog! For example, we know that Tiana's Bayou Adventure is coming sometime in 2024, and the blog has been sharing fun details all year long. By your arrival date, you should also be able to visit San Fransokyo Square at Disney California Adventure Park as well! This project is currently in progress, but I am so excited about the recent sneak peeks shared on the Disney Parks Blog. A Baymax Macaron? Yes, please!
    It's also good to remember that attractions and shows are always subject to availability. Sometimes things might not be available without much notice, so it's good to be flexible!

    Once you're at the park the best way to check the current status of an attraction or show is to use the Disneyland Mobile App. By exploring the app you'll be able to see wait times, character availability, performance times for shows, and lots more helpful information! There's even a feature to chat with a Cast Member in the app if you have a question you need help with.

    Cindy, I'm sorry I couldn't get you a list, but I hope these tips and links help you find the right information when the time comes! If you have more questions as you prepare for your trip you're welcome to send me a note and I'll be happy to fly back over to help.

    Keep moving forward!

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