The highly anticipated Marvel-themed land officially opened to the public today and it’s no surprise it’s drawing a ton of crowds. In fact, the line to enter Avengers Campus is currently stretching all the way around the theme park and Mobile Ordering booking up fast as Pym’s Test Kitchen already gave out their last Mobile Ordering windows this morning.
However, Avengers Campus isn’t the only place that has an extremely long line. The crowds that piled into Disney California Adventure today to try and visit the newly opened land are also causing long lines elsewhere in the park — Including Starbucks.
In fact, our Inside the Magic team, who is visiting Disney California Adventure today, has been waiting to fuel up on a cup of joe for over an hour!
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After waiting over an hour, our Inside the Magic team finally got their Starbucks and were able to go on and enjoy the day at Disney California Adventure. But if you are planning to visit the theme park in the near future, prepare yourself for longer wait times as crowds will be coming into Disney California Adventure to try and visit the highly anticipated, newly opened Avengers Campus.
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If you are planning on visiting the newly opened land, there are a few things you should know. First, the best way to make sure you can enter the land is by obtaining a boarding group for WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure. However, if you cannot grab a boarding group, just know that Guests will only be allowed inside the land depending on whether it has reached capacity.
For more information on how to enter Avengers Campus, visit our article here.
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