Disneyland is currently closed to keep the public’s safety a top priority, but plans are already underway for the park to get some refurbishment love when it reopens.
Project Stardust is still underway! Much like what we’ve seen from the existing plans for Tomorrowland’s entrance, another staple land of the park will be getting it’s hub entrance reworked.
A permit that has been filed with the city of Anaheim seems to indicate that the Frontierland hub entrance will replace the 15-foot-tall faux wooden gates and the 16-foot-long marquee that welcomes guests into the Old West. The project would also see the existing bridge widened to allow for better guest traffic flow.
Work has not begun yet on this new project in accordance with government and health agency direction, but it is estimated that this refurbishment will cost Disney around $200,000.