Concept art gives first look at Spider-Man attraction coming to Disney California Adventure

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In a New York Times report on The Walt Disney Company’s spending on theme parks, new concept art was revealed of the Spider-Man attraction coming to Disney California Adventure park in 2020.

First announced during D23 Expo 2017, few details about the immersive Super Hero-themed land coming to Disney California Adventure have been revealed. But today, we have our first look at the land’s Spider-Man themed attraction.

In the concept art below, fans can see the attraction’s building sitting in front of Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout! at Disney California Adventure. In the image, an Avengers logo can be seen to the right at what appears to be the entrance to the themed area. Spider-Man can also be seen in the image swinging from attraction buildings surrounding the new ride.

Currently, guests at Disney California Adventure are only able to meet Spider-Man in person, but with this new attraction, visitors will be able to experience the world of the web-slinging superhero in an all-new way. In what way is currently unknown, as no other details on this attraction have been revealed.

During the original announcement of the new land, it was only stated that the Guardians of the Galaxy would be joined by not only Spider-Man, but also the Avengers, in what Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products, Bob Chapek, said will be “a completely immersive superhero universe at Disney California Adventure… These new stories will build on the success of Guardians of the Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout! and create a place where you can team up with your favorite heroes like never before.”

To see the official announcement from Chapek, be sure to see our video from the D23 Expo 2017 below.

WATCH – MARVEL LAND WITH SPIDER-MAN AND AVENGERS ANNOUNCEMENT: 

This Spider-Man attraction, which will be found in the “completely immersive superhero universe at Disney California Adventure,” isn’t expected to open until 2020.

What are your thoughts about this new concept art showing the upcoming Spider-Man attraction? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: New York Times, Marvel 

  1. Adam

    Remember the video of the robot acrobat the Imagineers posted? How cool if Spidey flipped across those buildings in a show?!

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