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Disneyland to have a ‘mini reopening’ in March. Here are the details

Disneyland officials said they will be reopening the theme park in a small way. Here’s what we know

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In this March 13, 2020 file photo, visitors take photos at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., the last day the park was open due to the COVID-19 pandemic

In this March 13, 2020, file photo, visitors take photos at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., the last day the park was open due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Amy Taxin, Associated Press

Disneyland officials said Wednesday that the California theme park will have a mini reopening in March for a limited-capacity event called “A Touch of Disney.”

  • “On March 18, get ready to be delighted with beloved flavors of the Disneyland Resort at the upcoming food and retail experience, ‘A Touch of Disney!’” Disney said on Twitter,

The park will reopen partially from March 18 to April 5 for the event, which will give Disney fans a chance to visit shops and stores, as well as eat at dining locations at Disneyland and California Adventure Park.

  • Some of the food includes churros, the Dole Whip and the Monte Cristo sandwich. The food will be “bite-sized.”
  • Disney characters will also appear at the park.
  • Officials told Deadline the park will play music from a new soundtrack of “reimagined” Disney songs, too.

How to buy tickets

Disney will reveal more details on its Disneyland Legacy Passholder Facebook page March 3. Those details include how to buy tickets and when the tickets will become available.

  • Tickets are slated to cost $75, which gives you admission, PhotoPass downloads and more.
  • An additional $25 will get you a dining card to use toward food.

OK, but what about COVID-19?

Disney Parks said the event “will operate with limited capacity and enhanced health and safety measures in place based on guidance from health authorities, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and appropriate government agencies.”