Views of the Disneyland theme park, still closed due to COVID-19 on July 11, 2020 in Anaheim, California.
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It’s been more than a year since Disney’s two California theme parks were forced to shutter due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, the company’s theme park division hasn’t been standing idly by waiting to reopen.
From refurbishing the iconic carousel to putting the final paintbrush strokes on Avengers Campus, Josh D’Amaro and Disney’s parks, consumer products and experience division has been keeping busy.
As it looks to reopen Disneyland and California Adventure on April 30, the company shared a number of updates with media and…