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Hong Kong Disneyland Concept Art – Ride Design Warehouse

Hong Kong Disneyland Concept Art

 

 

 

 

 

See below for Hong Kong Disneyland Concept Art. The Park is the newest Park in the Disney portfolio, opening its doors in September of 2005. Initially missing anticipated attendance figures, attendance declined in the years after opening, before seeing a revival because of investment at the Park. An ambitious expansion of the Park added three new lands between 2011-2013, and features Disney’s second trackless ride, Mystic Manor.

The Park has the lowest daily capacity of any Disney Park, set at 35,000 guests, which some still believe to be ambitious considering the Park’s size. The Park comes in as the 14th most visited in the World, which makes Hong Kong Disneyland the least attended Disneyland style Park (and the second least attended overall after Walt Disney Studios Paris).

The Park

Toy Story Land Concept Art

Concept showing Toy Story Land, which opened at the Park in 2011.

Hong Kong Disneyland Concept Art

Concept of Hong Kong Disneyland’s Main Street.

Grizzly Gulch Concept Art

Concept showing Grizzly Gulch.

Grizzly Gulch Concept Art

Concept poster for Grizzly Gulch, which opened at the Park in 2012.

Future Expansion

Iron Man Ride

A concept of the Iron Man Ride facade.

Iron Man Ride

Note the, ‘Pod’ shaped ride vehicle. Whilst Concept Art, this ride vehicle seems consistent across the released Art.

Iron Man Ride

A concept showing a show scene from the new Iron Man attraction.

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