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Toy Story Land to feature alien rides, Woody-themed diner and more

The theme park opens this June

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During this year’s Academy Awards, we got our best look yet at Toy Story Land, an extension of Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios coming this June.

A 30-second teaser hinted at the various characters and other recognizable parts of the Pixar franchise that will make an appearance at the theme park. A website that Disney shared shortly after the teaser’s on-air premiere — during a commercial break — gives more context for what we can look forward to, however.

That includes rides based on the characters Slinky Dog and the toy aliens, which became easy fan favorites after the original Toy Story. Meanwhile, there will be on-site dining as well, courtesy of Woody’s Lunch Box. The cowboy-style diner will be open for all three meals of the day. Finally, there’s a 4D arcade that gives visitors a chance to visit Andy’s old bedroom from every possible angle.

Walt Disney gave us an even briefer look at Toy Story Land in February. This, however, doubles the length of that tiny teaser; even though neither show us the theme park on-site, the website definitely gives Pixar fans a much better sense of what to look forward to.

Toy Story Land will open at Walt Disney World on June 30.

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