**I traveled with Disney for the Premiers and Events. No compensation was received.**
I am a lucky blogger. Not only because I have readers that truly seem appreciate what I do and inspire me to be better, but because those readers have gotten me to a point where amazing opportunities are coming to me that I never would have expected. While in L. A. for the Red Carpet Premiers of Thor: The Dark World, I got to spend a morning at Disneyland and be one of the first people to experience the Thor: Treasures of Asgard Exhibit.
The coolness of this exhibit to any Marvel fan is invaluable. Not only do you get the unique experience to see actual pieces of armor and weapons used in the movie, but a superiorly special surprise awaits behind a closed door.
This is not a ride but a walk into a unique experience that you will brag about for years to come. I, personally, was completely enthralled and did not expect the special experience the exhibit offers. When you come out the other side of the exhibit- located next to Tomorrowland at Disneyland in California – you have more games and fun things to do for the whole family.
SEE IT NOW:
The Disneyland Resort just gets merrier, starting Nov. 12, 2013, with all our traditional Holiday favorites plus these new additions:
— “World of Color – Winter Dreams” premieres Nov. 15. This is an all-new, holidays version of the very popular “World of Color” nighttime, water spectacular at Disney California Adventure Park.
— “Disney ¡Viva Navidad!” – This new celebration, inspired by Latino culture and celebrations, features music, food, dancing and an exciting Street Party multiple times a day. It begins Nov. 15 at Disney California Adventure. This precedes our Jan. 3-6 Dia De Los Reyes celebration for Three Kings Day.
— Jingle Cruise – The Jungle Cruise skippers decorate for the Holidays and add some fun new jokes to their riverboat tour, at Disneyland Park.
We have more details plus photos and video for you to share in our Electronic Press Kit, – http://disneylandnews.com/
Now that I have seen the film, the relics that were in the exhibit mean even more to me. From the explanations of what everything is to the chains that held Loki when he was allowed out of his cell, the significance of what I was looking at was once in a lifetime.
Any child – and adult – will drink in this Marvel Exhibit and appreciate the great care and detail that allows us, mere mortals from the Earth realm, to experience something truly unique.