Disney sets opening dates for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, Mickey Shorts Theater

Walt Disney World has unveiled more about the projects heading to Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida in 2020. Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway and Mickey Shorts Theater now have opening dates, and Roundup Rodeo BBQ in Toy Story Land has a concept image.

In a special presentation at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products chairman Bob Chapek announced that Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway will open on March 4, 2020 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway will be the first Disney ride-through attraction featuring Mickey and Minnie Mouse, with guests feeling like they’re inside a cartoon.

Runaway Railway is part of a larger transformation of Walt Disney World, which includes the Mickey Shorts Theater in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Mickey Shorts Theater at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Mickey Shorts Theater is opening in March 2020. Disney has also released a new rendering showing the interior of the theatre, complete with Mickey Mouse-themed seats.

The theater will play an original short film in the style of the Disney Channel animated series ‘Mickey Mouse’.

Finally, Disney teased more about Roundup Rodeo BBQ, a table-service restaurant heading to Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in 2020.

Roundup Rodeo BBQ will immerse guests in a Western-themed play set, constructed from oversized toys and cardboard boxes.

Roundup Rodeo BBQ heading to Toy Story Land

roundup rodeo bbq

Another new concept image can be seen above, depicting an immersive, family-friendly restaurant made out of Andy’s toys.

In more news, Walt Disney Imagineering also announced that Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will debut in 2021 at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.

In addition, Disney released new concept images of the immersive two-night hotel experience, with one offering a first look at what visitors will see when they arrive for their holiday – the Galactic Starcruiser Terminal.

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