Plans have been announced for the park's 60th anniversary celebration, which started May 15th, 2015. Two new parades and other events, including a 60-hour open period on Memorial Day Weekend, are part of the celebration.
The Disneyland Hotel has completed an extensive refurbishment. The three towers, “Marina”, “Sierra”, and “Bonita” have respectively been renamed “Magic”, “Dream” and “Wonder”. A new suite, based on the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction and movie franchise, has also be added.
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A second Dumbo the Flying Elephant ride within a circus-themed section;
Snow White's Scary Adventures closed on May 31st, 2012 and became Princess Fairytale Hall, opening on Septemeber 18, 2013; Princess Anna and Elsa have moved from the Norway Pavillion at Epcot to this location;
Princess Merida, heroine of the new Disney-Pixar movie Brave, has taken over the garden alongside Cinderella Castle.
Rockin' Ever After, featuring Princess Merida,Dare to Dream, featuring Princesses Rapunzel, Tiana and Cinderella, Let's Celebrate!, featuring a look at winter, Halloween, an "Unbirthday Party", a Princesses ball and other events featuring Princess Tiana from The Princess and the Frog, and Toy Story 3, Princesses and Heroes, Worlds of Fantasy, a show featuring segments based on Cars, The Little Mermaid, The Lion King and Tinker Bell and the Disney Fairies franchise, plus a pre-show based on the Disney Princess franchise, 100 Years of Magic and Treasure Trove are currently on tour worldwide.
The "Disney Dream" and “Disney Fantasy” are both at sea sailing. The two original Disney Cruise Ships, “Disney Wonder” and “Disney Magic” have berths in Long Beach, California for trips to the Mexican Rivera and Vancouver, BC for Alaskan cruises for the Wonder, while the Magic is based in Barcelona, Spain for Mediterranean cruises. Ports have also been established in New York City, outside Houston, Texas and Miami for additional cruises, including a new tour with berths in Bermuda and Puerto Rico.