While Disney parks in the US remain closed, guests and fans can recreate their visit and build their own Disney empire with a special-edition Monopoly game.
Instead of Park Place, Boardwalk and Pennsylvania Avenue, the Disney-inspired board game features properties like the Sleeping Beauty Castle, Space Mountain and the newest addition to the parks, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.
Players try to outwit their rivals by snapping up the most expensive properties, attractions and castles.
The pièce de résistance? A pop-up Fantasyland Castle that springs to life from the middle of the board game.
On Monday, Shanghai Disneyland became the first Disney park to reopen its gates following a three-month closure due to the coronavirus.
The reopening was conducted under strict new health measures that include temperature checks upon arrival, visitors’ presentation of their Covid-19-free health status via a government authorised QR code system, the mandatory wearing of masks and physical distancing rules.
Tickets had to be pre-booked and were sold out within minutes.
Meanwhile, thrill seekers can experience thrill rides virtually courtesy of the many point-of-view videos that capture roller coaster rides in their entirety.
Check out the Tron ride at Shanghai Disneyland or the interactive Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance at Disney’s Hollywood Studios to start.
The Disney Parks Theme Park Edition Monopoly Game retails for US$49.99.