The most magical races finally return to Disneyland Resort
The most magical races finally return to California! It was recently announced that runDisney will soon return to Disneyland Resort!
Fans of The Walt Disney Company had a weekend full of exciting new announcements as Disney D23 took place in Anaheim, CA. New projects from Marvel and star wars to new lands and attractions, live shows, nightly shows, and even new characters arriving at Disney Parks around the world, the massive number of announcements we’ve seen over the past few days make it clear why Disney D23 Expo is ” The biggest Disney fan event in the world.”
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Along with all the exciting announcements about Disney Parks around the world, Josh D’Amaro has shared plans for a fan-favorite activity that will finally return to Disneyland Resort!
Much to the delight of many fans, runDisney will finally return to Disneyland Resort in 2024, allowing California fans to enjoy some of the world’s most magical rides, often filled with fun surprises, photo ops and more!
Although no official date has yet been announced, the announcement will surely motivate many fans to participate in one of runDisney’s fun races once back in Anaheim. Inside the Magic will keep you posted as more information is released on this triumphant return.
Learn more about runDisney
For those unfamiliar, runDisney offers Disneyland and Disney World fans the opportunity to explore the parks through often inaccessible areas, including backstage paths and trails between parks. runDisney races are often accompanied by several Disney characters cheering on the runners, different photo ops during the race, live entertainment, and the most amazing commemorative medals.
runDisney Official Site describes these races as follows:
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Guests will also see the long-awaited return of the Magic Happens Parade, which was only played days before Disneyland sadly had to close due to the pandemic. And as if that weren’t enough, next year guests can check out two all-new nightly shows as part of the Disney 100 Platinum Celebration and meet Mickey and Minnie Mouse sporting new outfits for the occasion.
Have you ever taken part in a runDisney race? Tell us about it in the comments below!