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Disneyland With Kids Podcast


Jun 9, 2021

On June 4, 2021 Avengers Campus opened at California Adventure Park at the Disneyland Resort. This much awaited "Marvel Land" brings super heroes from the MCU along with other nods to the popular franchise. But you can't just stroll into a top secret super hero training facility...

That is why we are breaking down everything you should know about Avengers Campus if you plan to visit Disneyland this summer. From how to join the virtual queue, to mobile ordering, and beyond... we talk about it all.

(Christian Thompson/Disneyland Resort)

Visiting Avengers Campus - Tips You Need To Know

In this episode of the Disneyland with Kids podcast, Julie, from Mom Rewritten, and Leslie, from Trips with Tykes, talk about previewing Avengers Campus and Julie's experience attending as a regular guests on opening day. This episode is chock-full of great tips and info, so you will want to be sure to download and listen to it a couple of times before visiting.

Ready for a Super Hero Vacation?

Before we get to the show notes, just a reminder that if you are ready for a visit to Disneyland you can book through our partners at Get Away Today for our super discount.

In this episode of the Disneyland with Kids Podcast, we are giving you the most up to date information (as of June 9, 2021) on Avengers Campus. From how to get into the land, to how to eat some giant food, we are giving our best tips.

We will talk about:

  • How to get into Avengers Campus - Virtual Queues and Standby
  • The new WEB SLINGERS attraction
  • Why this is the time to ride Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout!
  • Food in Avengers Campus
  • Mobile Ordering and Walk-up ordering - why you may not get to eat at Pym Test Kitchen
  • Merchandise in Avengers Campus
  • Character interactions in Avengers Campus and why you can see all your favorites
  • Can you ride both WEB SLINGERS and Rise of the Resistance in the same day

In this episode, Leslie references Becca's flow chart to figure out the virtual queue systems. Here is a copy of that flow chart. Be sure to visit Becca's site as a thank you for taking the time to create this.