New Attractions Coming to Disney Parks Around the World… and What You Need to Know About Them!

Fans of Disney Parks around the world know that there’s always something new on the theme park horizon. Here we’ve gathered some of the most exciting upcoming attractions finding homes in Disney parks all over the planet!

Walt Disney World

Magic Kingdom’s Tron Coaster

This attraction is beloved at Shanghai Disneyland, and it’s making its way to Tomorrowland! Expect wild thrills and lots of flashy neon lighting to create a futuristic vibe!

Hollywood Studios’ Galaxy’s Edge

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is a highly anticipated expansion of Disney World’s third park, bringing two new rides and an immersive experience sure to stun fans of the franchise. Among the expected experiences is an opportunity for guests to pilot the famed Millennium Falcon!

In addition to Galaxy’s Edge, Disney World is constructing an immersive Star Wars-themed hotel.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge model at Walt Disney Presents…

Hollywood Studios’ Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway

This family-friendly ride replaces the Great Movie Ride at Hollywood Studios and brings to life the fun and colorful world of Mickey and Minnie Mouse!

Epcot’s Ratatouille

This ride being constructed at the back of the France Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase is an exciting addition straight out of Disneyland Paris!

Epcot’s Guardians of the Galaxy

Visitors to Walt Disney World have likely spied the enormous ride building currently under construction in Epcot’s Future World on the site of the old Ellen’s Energy Adventure. The Guardians of the Galaxy ride is billed as an exciting coaster — one of the largest enclosed coasters in the world! (Don’t miss the sneak peek we recently got of testing the new coaster’s ride vehicle!)

Guardians of the Galaxy Ride Building Construction Progress

Disneyland Resort

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

The west coast version of Galaxy’s Edge, like the east coast version, brings a brand new immersive experience to the parks. Disneyland’s Galaxy also includes the Millennium Falcon-centered ride.

Marvel Super Hero Land

This new land is slated to open in 2020 and will bring to life the superhero world of Marvel with character meets, attractions, shopping, and more!

Hong Kong Disneyland

Updated Castle

Scheduled for completion 2019, the larger, updated castle will feature various architectural styles meant to celebrate several princesses — including Mulan, Moana, Tiana, Ariel, and more!

Marvel Land

Hong Kong Disneyland is getting a whole new land themed around Marvel that will include an Iron Man-themed experience that has already opened and a second attraction incorporating Ant Man, The Wasp, and others. The Marvel-themed area is aiming for a 2023 opening.

Frozen Land

This new land will celebrate the wonder of Arendelle and the characters of Frozen. Due to open in 2020, the icy land will include attractions, dining, and shopping.

Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo DisneySea

Soaring: Fantastic Flight

This Soarin’-esque attraction will carry guests around the world via hang glider. Scents and sounds will enhance the experience, just as the U.S. versions do.

There you have it: some of the exciting new attractions and lands coming to the world’s Disney Parks! The future is bright no matter where you are in the Disney universe!

What are you most excited to experience! Drop us a line to let us know!

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Sarah has built a career in communications and marketing that started when she was the editor of her high school newspaper. She has written for since 2018, and enjoys sharing Disney news and updates with the AllEars community. She's been a Disney fan ever since her first visit to Walt Disney World when she was 5, and has been known to arrange trips around visiting a Disney park!

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One Reply to “New Attractions Coming to Disney Parks Around the World… and What You Need to Know About Them!”

  1. At WDW it looks like just more coasters and simulator rides. Perhaps it’s time to change the name to WDW’s Six Flags Over Orlando. Especially disappointing at EPCOT where the original philosophy was an educational experience not one cartoon thrill ride after another. For crying out loud Disney, add a few new countries before you build another Disney cartoon coaster. You don’t have to build every attraction for all of the millennials with their ADHD