ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Avengers, reassemble!
Disneyland said Thursday that its new Avengers Campus will debut on June 4, nearly a year after originally planned.
The new section of the Anaheim Park that merges Marvel heroes into the Magic Kingdom had been set to open last July, but was upended by the long pandemic closure.
The park itself is scheduled to reopen April 30, with coronavirus restrictions in place, after a shutdown of more than a year.
The Avengers Campus includes a Spider-Man attraction that allows riders to sling webs with their bare hands, and gives guests a chance to team up with Marvel heroes like Iron Man, Doctor Strange, Ant-Man and The Wasp.
A new reservation system will be in place when Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park reopen later this month. Guests ages 3 and older must obtain a reservation in advance to enter either theme park, in addition to having a ticket.
Guests can expect most rides and eateries to be open at both Anaheim theme parks.