Things To Do At Pixar Pier Disney California Adventure — Here’s What You Can Expect

Starting the summer weekend with the Pixar Pier, which is now open at Disney California Adventure is like Splash Mountain-riding affair or a Dole Whip-filled.

The soon-to-open land is based on a variety of characters and also cinematic storylines from the vast library of Pixar’s films that will bring the restaurants, new shops, play areas, entertainment and meet-and-welcome to Disney California Adventure’s waterfront scope along with two re-conceived attractions.

Pixar Pier will represent four themed neighborhoods from favorite Pixar films! The first neighborhood will be inspired by “`!” The Incredibles neighborhood, called “Incredibles Park,”   is home to the “Incredicoaster,” a thrilling roller coaster adventure where guests will get to help the Parr family on a mission to catch baby Jack-Jack!

As the Disneyland’s first Pixar Animation Studios-helmed regarding the extension since the Cars Land opened six years back, the reconsidered zone respects its past manifestation as the Paradise Pier, mixing turn-of-the-century waterfront Californian style with the most classic seaside accessories and, normally, a cast of the animated fans’ faces who is known and loved.

Right from the must-book reservations to the colorful sugary delights, this is what is to be expected when the historical and the most noteworthy film studio is set up on 23rd June with its everlasting theme park home.

Pixar Pier: Something Beyond A New Land.

Disney California Adventure has extended the previous Paradise Pier into the four unmistakably themed zones. One will brag mid-century contacts and the design subtle honoring The Incredibles, while another will highlight the “Toy Story” attractions, dining and shopping.

The Pixar Promenade is also the home to many “Games of Pixar Pier,” where people can come and play many fun arcade games which are listed below (all the games will have the new Pixar character plush toys for various prizes).

  • La Luna Star Catcher which is a fishing game!
  • Heimlich’s Candy Corn Toss is a guest toss big candy corns into the Heimlich’s open mouth. 
  • WALL-E Space Race is a game which is inspired by the dance scene in space from the “WALL-E”.
  • Bullseye Stallion Stampede is a horse racing game!

The final and fourth neighborhood of the Pixar Pier, which is known as the “Inside Out Headquarters” which is of course inspired by the Pixar fan favorite. This area is on the far west end of the Pixar Pier and it will feature the brand new attraction to open at a very later date.

Paradise Gardens, Ariel’s Undersea Adventure, Silly Symphony Swings, The Little Mermaid, Goofy’s Sky School, Jumpin’ Jellyfish and Golden Zephyr attraction will remain what they  are at present, but their “land” will now be named as the “Paradise Gardens Park.” 

Food Food at Pixar Pier

Now it is the time to chow down on all of the very new snacks based on the Pixar Pier theme. The locale is all filled with the several new Pixar-inspired kiosks and the walk-up windows, as well as the full table-service confectionery and a restaurant. Here one will be getting the exciting and yummy food like:

  • Jack-Jack Cookie Num Nums
  • Poultry Palace
  • Angry Dogs
  • Señor Buzz Churros
  • Lamplight Lounge
  • Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats
  • Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff

Whether one is in the mood for an on-the-go snack, some fresh treats, a refreshing soft-serve, or some relaxing meal with the most pleasing waterfront views of the Pixar Pier, there’s something for everyone. Come and tread into the exciting world of the Pixar Pier at Disney California Adventure park and do try out these fantastic new creations!

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