Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway Date Pushed Back and Added at Disneyland

Disney released a few announcements surrounding the much anticipated new ride, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, which is replacing The Great Movie Ride at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World.

The first piece of news is that the opening date for the Hollywood Studios attraction has been pushed back significantly, from Fall of 2019 to Spring of 2020. It is somewhat disappointing that it is getting pushed back but hopefully that means it will be running perfectly in the Spring! I for one am really excited for this ride. I think the park needs more family friendly rides and the technology with this ride should be awesome.

The more surprising news is that they have announced that they will also be opening the ride in Disneyland. They are going to be adding the ride in Mickey’s Toontown. It is scheduled to open in Disneyland sometime in 2022. There has been some behind the scenes construction going on in the Toontown area and now we know why! This should be a great addition to both parks.

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Hello! My name is Cori. I am a huge Disney and Harry Potter Fanatic. I travel to Disney multiple times a year, whether it's Disney world, which I go to the most, Disneyland, a Disney Cruise, or one of the many other wonderful Disney Experiences. I also love to travel to new places and visit Universal every once in awhile to see Harry Potter. I spend a large amount of time researching all things Disney, so I thought it was only fitting that I start a blog to share my thoughts and findings, and I could not be more excited.

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