You can go in and out as you please via all three entrances as Curious Constance noted - but I recommend entering from the parade route and working your way across towards Avengers HQ and M:BO for the most impressive view and building of interest in the area. Entering from M:BO isn't bad either, but not as exciting ending up at the Slingers store after you've seen all the big set pieces, although that is near where Spidey hangs out. The Cars Land entrance/exit should definitely not be your starting point, though it's nice to be able to cut through there again without all the dead ends!
They'd probably sell more of the shooter toys too if they took the VQ off; I hardly see folks buying them anymore, and the number of people placing in the Top 10 with their WEB tech hasn't changed dramatically since opening day which adds to my suspicion that the power-ups are purely cosmetic.Wide open all day long at all 3 entrances. They should take the virtual queue off of the Webslingers ride. I don’t think it needs it.
If you're curious about where and when Avengers Campus takes place in the MCU timeline, Walt Disney Imagineering's creative director, Brent Strong, recently shared that the attraction is always taking place in the here and now.
"So first of all, you know, the mission to inspire and empower the next generation of heroes is so important, that we've assembled heroes from across all of space and time for that, for that mission. And it is, we're all about to discover in a couple of weeks when Loki comes out, time is a lot more squishy than any of us think," he explained. "And so trying to put a specific date to it, it can be challenging, but to us, Avengers Campus is here and now, right, we get to live in the moment and these heroes are here with us and you're taking part in that story."
yeah the characters are what really make AC a solid land imo. The rides are both good as well, as is some of the food/drinks. But the amount of characters and shows happening all around the land is what GE is missing
Fantasyland has all type of different characters from different regions and places around the world, yet they all hang out in a medieval village? Including Peter Pan? At least Avenger's Campus, as lame as I will agree it is, has all the MCU heroes in a campus setting. I do have issues with no where on this campus is there anything that resembles super hero training. One can just call it spider man land. but all the characters belong there thematically. Mr. Toad and Peter Pan hanging out in a medieval village makes no sense story wise other than "FANTASY" being in the name of the land nor does it make sense theme wise even though I love Fantasyland.Not even close
They're not out at the same time; usually there's no more than two or three out at the same time, which granted is still a lot more per square foot than you'd find in other parts of the resort.
Yeah, it’s pretty weird that a bunch of unrelated cartoon characters led by a six foot tall rodent parade down an early 20th century street to pop music. But we like it.One could say the same thing about any other time you see characters throughout any Disney land in Disneyland.
I like it too. I love it as a matter of fact. But to say having the avenger characters in avenger's campus not make sense is disingenuous, even though I will concede the land as a whole is really lack luster.Yeah, it’s pretty weird that a bunch of unrelated cartoon characters led by a six foot tall rodent parade down an early 20th century street to pop music. But we like it.
The theme is Marvel, so...
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