VIDEO: Check in on Disneyland during a transitional period while the park’s Star Wars expansion construction progresses

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It’s undeniably a transitional period for Disneyland. The busy summer season looms just around the corner (and several rides have re-opened after long refurbishments) but the park’s long-term construction projects are really just getting under way, and a good number of attractions will remain unavailable until they are completed.

I thought this would make for a good time to take a video tour around the park, check out the status of certain areas, and look into how the Star Wars expansion is coming along.

WATCH:

While there have been no target dates announced for the completion of the new Rivers of America, the re-opening of the Disneyland Railroad, or the highly-anticipated Star Wars area, I’ll be keeping an eye out for any significant changes as 2016 goes on.

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So keep checking back at Inside the Magic for future updates!

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    Thanks for this. Very interesting. We’re toying with planning a weekend trip later this year and I was wondering about the current state of things.

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      Eveline Messina

      I too am coming to Disney World and would like to know if Star Wars and the Rivers of America will be opened May 25 of this year?

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    Linda Keener

    I will be visiting Disneyland Park on May 25 & 26. Please tell me what areas are closed in both parks during these days

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    Rene Leija

    This was very interesting. It’s weird to see the back half of the river drained and how shallow it really is (or at least looks).

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      Mike Celestino

      I should have noted in the video that the river has been filled in with dirt since it was drained. It was much deeper than this before.

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    Larry

    It’s heartbreaking to see what’s being done to the Rivers of America.

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    Matt

    What construction company has the contract for Star Wars Land or is everything done in house at Disney??

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