Disneyland Paris just shared that “Marvel’s Avengers Campus Paris Annual Pass Preview Days” will take place on July 16–19, 2022.
Infinity Annual Pass-holders can exclusively access the land on July 16. While Magic Plus and Infinity Annual Pass holders can access Avengers Campus from July 17–19.
Mandatory reservations to enter the land as well as Walt Disney Studios Park (with an additional option to reserve dining) will open June 30, via the Annual Pass benefits portal.
Besides attractions, restaurants are also expected to be open during the preview.
If you would like to visit PYM kitchen during the Annual Pass preview event. Access to the restaurant will be granted 90 minutes after the start of your entrance time slot. (Via. e-mail confirmation)
Tables will only be held for 15 minutes, after which your reservation will be cancelled.
Stark Factory as well as the food carts will be open and available to everyone in the land.
Group reservations are also not possible at this time. Each Annual Passholder must make a land as well as PYM Kitchen reservation.
Annual Passholders with reduced mobility are allowed to bring 1 accompanying person.
Only 1 reservation (1 day) is available per annual pass for all preview days and park goers who leave the land will not be allowed to re-enter.
Annual Passholders do not need an additional reservation for Walt Disney Studios Park to enter the park.
If you would like to access Disneyland Park as well you will need an additional reservations via the regular online portal.
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