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Wanda Vision: A Disneyland Legacy Passholder Photo Op At Disney California Adventure

While we wait for the new program to be announced, Disneyland has a special treat for legacy passholders! For a limited time, legacy passholders will have exclusive access to a Wanda Vision photo opportunity!

My family and I visited over the weekend to check it out!

We breakdown everything you need to know and share a few fun pictures from our Wanda Vision photoshoot!

The Wanda Vision photo opportunity entrance at Disneyland Resort in California. Pictured is a digital marquee with Wanda Vision blurring into view. Palm trees are looming behind it.

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Where To Find It

The Wanda Vision photo opportunity entrance is next to Award Wieners as you enter the Hollywoodland area. The set is outside but in a covered area.

Although it wasn’t scheduled to begin until February 6, 2021, it was up and running during our visit on Friday night. At that time they were giving out free Wanda Vision posters to Legacy Passholders. Supply is limited and there is no guarantee that there will be any available on your visit. The photo op itself is also for a limited time with no end date set.

How To Take A Group Wanda Vision Photo

Having a group photo taken is not an easy task as we make our way through the pandemic. Disneyland cast members cannot handle your phone like they did in the past. Photo pass is not available within the Disneyland Resort at this time. With that said, using a little Pixie dust and magic, Disney found a way to give guests what they want!

Face masks must be worn at all times, including for photos!

There is an area on the floor marked to help you get the best shots. Whether you stand or sit in a wheelchair like I did, you will get some fabulous pictures.

For group shots, there is a cutout ledge on the backside of the cutout televisions to set your phone. What we and the cast members suggest is to set your camera to video. Then have fun! Take your time to come up with hilarious poses. Then later while snacking on a churro, you can take screenshots from your video. We ended up with way more shots than we would have had we tried posing for single shots.

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