In a little less than two weeks, a bit of Disney Magic will be released. Buena Vista Street, inside Disney’s California Adventure Park will be available to the public. It will be an extension of the Downtown Disney District.
Modeled after the 1920s and 1930s, Buena Vista Street captures a nostalgic Los Angeles where Walt lived in the 20s. It is lined with shops, and big-city department stores. You’ll be able to shop in wonderful places, such as- Elias & Co., Kingswell Camera Shop, Julius Katz & Sons, and Trolley Treats.
Guests must enter Disney California Adventure through a side entrance that is directly connected to Downtown Disney.
Rides and other attractions will sadly not be able to operate again until Orange County gets to the “minimal” yellow tier. Once that happens, the parks will still be under strict guidelines on how to operate.
Guests can enjoy Buena Vista Street, starting on November 19th until Disney is able to reopen their parks.
Disney Parks Blog released these additional details about the opening:
There will be a $10 fee per car for parking at the Downtown Disney District in the Simba Lot. The number of guests visiting the Downtown Disney District will be limited due to physical distancing. We may at times use the mobile wait list system when Buena Vista Street and/or its queue are at capacity, similar to the process at some retail locations in the Downtown Disney District. Disney California Adventure Park is currently closed.