Disney's Blue Sky Cellar Unveils Park Updates to Guests

The Blue Sky Cellar will give Disney California Adventure Park guests an exclusive sneak peek to new and up-coming park enhancements and updates this year. Starting January 28 the Blue Sky Cellar will feature never before seen footage along with new concept art and models for The Little Mermaid attraction.

Additionally, the Blue Sky Cellar screening room will feature a new, birdseye view painting of Disney Califorinia Adventure with projected animation as well as an updated film featuring Disney Imagineers and behind-the-scenes footage of model-making, sculpting and "blue-sky" meetings.

Other highlights include:

  • Sketches and layout diagrams for the new attraction, along with three-dimensional models and other art-work, all crafted by Disney Imagineers, the creative minds befind the design and construction of Disney theme parks and attractions.
  • A preview of Goofy's Sky School attraction and the new Paradise Pier dining locations that will open later this year.
  • All-new attraction posters for California Screamin' Mickey's Fun Wheel and Silly Symphony Swings -- designed in the style of traditional Disney theme park attraction posters which have appeared at the entrance to Disneyland for more than 50 years.
  • Concept art for the new park entrance, the Buena Vista Street entry plaza, and the Red Car Trolleys which will transport guests from the park entrance through Hollywood Land to the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.

The "coming soon" area of Blue Sky Cellar continues to look further ahead into 2012 with Cars Land, the 12-acre expansion of the Park that will bring to life the town of Radiator Springs from the Disney-Pixar animated film Cars. The new addition will include three new attractions for families and kids of all ages.

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